chicken

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Chicken Pesto Tortellini Soup

I love soup. L-O-V-E it. It's so comforting to have a big old pot of soup simmering away on the stove. It warms the home and smells so good, too. My mom made soup a lot. Not only because it's a good way to stretch your food budget, but it's a great way to get a healthy hot meal to your family with little effort. Pair it with a sandwich, crusty bread, or even a nice salad--and you've got a delicious lunch or dinner. And leftovers the next day?

Sauteed Chicken, Served Two Ways

Chicken is such a basic meat to cook with, that sometimes I forget that even the simplest ways of cooking it taste delicious. In the past few nights, I've made the chicken twice the same way, but have changed the sauce and sides to make it a completely new meal. To make the chicken, put salt and pepper on boneless skinless breasts (or any other piece), and then coat them in flour. To fry them, heat up some butter on medium-high (I used 1.5 tablespoons for 2 chicken breasts) until it starts to get a bit brown. Add in an equal amount of olive oil, and then throw the chicken on.
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