Wiktoria Jercha

Wiktoria Jercha

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Moroccan Sweet Potato Lentil Stew

Moroccan Sweet Potato Lentil Stew

These Baked Spinach Provolone Chicken Breasts are Low Carb and so delicious. So simple to make, just butterfly the chicken breasts, add spinach, and provolone cheese. Then just wrap it and bake it! | Tastefulventure.com

These Baked Spinach Provolone Chicken Breasts are Low Carb and so delicious. So simple to make, just butterfly the chicken breasts, add spinach, and provolone cheese. Then just wrap it and bake it! | Tastefulventure.com

It’s this time of year salads are my go-to for lunches and dinners. Honestly, I eat them year round but during the summer they become what I eat almost daily. There are so many amazing and flavorful s (Italian Chicken Salad)

These chicken pesto stuffed sweet potatoes are seriously tasty, filling and easy to make!  A paleo and Whole30 compliant pesto is mixed with shredded chicken and tops perfectly baked sweet potatoes.  Great to make ahead of time and the leftovers save well!

These chicken pesto stuffed sweet potatoes are seriously tasty, filling and easy to make! A paleo and Whole30 compliant pesto is mixed with shredded chicken and tops perfectly baked sweet potatoes. Great to make ahead of time and the leftovers save well!

Make Panko Salmon With Snap Peas In 20 Minutes | Fresh tarragon kicks this simple, classy main up a notch. It has a sweet, anise-y flavor that pairs beautifully with pungent Dijon mustard (try the two together in a vinaigrette or meat marinade). Make sure to sear the salmon fillets with the crusted side down first; it will be easier to flip once crisp and golden. We love the sweetness of crisp-tender snap peas. You could also use haricots verts (French green beans) or broccoli florets.

Make Panko Salmon With Snap Peas In 20 Minutes | Fresh tarragon kicks this simple, classy main up a notch. It has a sweet, anise-y flavor that pairs beautifully with pungent Dijon mustard (try the two together in a vinaigrette or meat marinade). Make sure to sear the salmon fillets with the crusted side down first; it will be easier to flip once crisp and golden. We love the sweetness of crisp-tender snap peas. You could also use haricots verts (French green beans) or broccoli florets.