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For those of you new to my blog, I thought I should let you know what my mission is. I am working my way through Rachael Ray's 365: No Repeats cookbook. It is my goal over time to prepare all of the recipes in this book. At the pace I am going, it may take me 5 years, but I am practical enough to realize that there is no way that I can cook every single night of the week, as well as purchase all the ingredients for every recipe every night and still keep up the mortgage payments! I hope you are inspired to get into the kitchen and try some new recipes yourself. Your comments are always welcome and I appreciate you stopping by. May the Lord bless you all!

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Night 16

Recipe 59
Chicken in a Horseradish Pan Sauce over Orange and Herb Couscous
Matt rating ***1/2

Ingredients used:

Boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
Chicken stock
Plan couscous
Navel orange
Flat-leaf parsley
Yellow onion
Prepared horseradish
Thyme leaves
Dijon Mustard

Yet another take on a chicken dish...this one actually took me 30 minutes. Maybe I'm getting better in the kitchen, or this was just a pretty easy recipe to make...most likely the latter of the two! The pan sauce tasted more like dijon than the horseradish, but that was fine by me. It was very creamy and tasty, and I've become a big fan of couscous. I would recommend pouring extra sauce on the couscous to make it a little more flavorful though. This was one of the easier dishes I've made and definitely worthy of a Sunday dinner!

I have been absent from this project for a few weeks due to family being in town and then us going out of town, but I'm picking right back off where I left off. I haven't decided on a dish tomorrow yet. I'm going to see if we actually get a rainy cold day and if so I'll make a comfort food meal. I just LOVE this time of year when the weather changes and you can feel that crisp air and watch the leaves falling from the trees! We might have to make a drive through the mountains to get a preview of the colors. This is the time of year that I really love living in this beautiful state.

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