This is a simple recipe, like Chicken Noodle Soup, but with potatoes instead of noodles. It is also a spin off from my Chicken Kale Soup. To get your green vegetable for this meal, have a simple salad of mixed greens with olive oil and your favorite vinegar.
One pan + Easy + Lots of flavor + Family likes it = Winner Dinner!
The inspiration for this recipe came from Real Simple and it was the very first one pan dish I had ever tried. I wasn’t much of the fan of the lemon flavor in their version, but I really like the idea of all-in-one. So taking the one pan concept, I experimented and came up with this recipe. My daughter frequently requests it!
My favorite cuisine is mexican. So much flavor and color. Unfortunately, a lot of mexican dishes are unhealthy, full of cheese flour or corn tortillas, and extra sodium. So I am always in search of a tasty, healthier mexican meal.
The time from Thanksgiving to the first week of January can be challenging for myself to not overindulge on treats and drinks. To help me stay on track this year, I created a Warrior Sunday Accountability Calendar.
I would love to have company! Who wants to team up?
As we move into the fall season, here is a great one pot meal.
Many years ago, I found a super easy recipe for making homemade chicken noodle soup. In a desire to modify this tasty recipe to make it noodle free, yet still hearty, in place of the noodles I used kale. As a kale lover, this quickly became one of my favorite soups! If you aren’t a kale lover, it works well with fresh spinach, also.