Fried chicken is the ultimate comfort food. The only problem? It often comes with a side of guilt. Our chefs, Freida and Nate, found a way around this by coating chicken thighs with panko and sour cream. The combination of this richly flavored cut of meat and ridiculously easy breading produces the enviable crispiness of the Southern chicken dish without the actual frying.
Let me just say, I know this isn't the sort of recipe you have never heard of before. The truth is, as I have told you before, I need ways to use up some of the tomatoes I grew this summer. I like this at lunch with other traditional summer dishes - like potato salad. You can also serve it at dinner as a side dish though. Of course, it is a wonderful and quick thing to bring to a backyard bar-b-que too. Nothing flashy. Nothing new. Nothing revolutionary. Just a simple recipe. Enjoy!
Israeli Salad Recipe With Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Onions and Parsley
This authentic Israeli salad is made with diced tomatoes, cucumbers, onion and parsley, and dressed with the extra-virgin olive oil and freshly squeezed lemon juice. So fresh, so crunchy, so delicious and so healthy - everyone loves this salad! What I really like about this Israeli salad is that it uses common ingredients, yet the result is so pretty and delicious! Whenever you want to take a break from the trendy greens like kale and frisee, just go back to the good old tomatoes…