On Sunday, while I was planning our dinner menu for this week, I asked Hubs what he felt like eating for dinner. He said "chicken."
Thanks Hon, way to be specific.
I decided that it was an excellent opportunity to try a new recipe and ran to my favorite "go-to" cookbook - The Joy of Cooking.
I was skimming through the "chicken" dishes and stumbled onto Chicken Paprika - I vaguely remembered watching some random chef on The Food Network make this years ago (really, I'm pretty sure I saw this episode when we were apartment dwellers - easily seven years ago). The recipe looked simple and sounded delicious, and I had a fabulous bottle of Penzey's Hungarian Sweet Paprika on hand.
It was a done deal :)
I just needed to chop some onions.
Then, brown some chicken.
Finish following the recipe, and make up some couscous to pour the yummy sauce over.
It was ridiculously easy, and delicious. Peanut even scarfed down the chicken, so you know it was yummy.
There are a few things I'd like to do to the recipe next time, I'll keep experimenting and let you know how it goes :)