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Honey Balsamic Chicken Quinoa Bowl | alidaskitchen.com

Honey Balsamic Chicken Quinoa Bowl

This Honey Balsamic Chicken Quinoa Bowl recipe combines honey, balsamic vinegar, garlic and herbs with chicken, quinoa and assorted vegetables into a healthy protein bowl that takes less than 30 minutes to make. Thank you to Pompeian for sponsoring this post for what’s #TrendingintheKitchen.

Honey Balsamic Chicken Quinoa Bowl | alidaskitchen.com

One of the top food trends of 2017 are bowls, such as Buddha bowls, protein bowls, and grain bowls. These colorful, filling dishes are built in a large bowl and are composed of grains, veggies, proteins and a flavorful dressing. With this growing food trend in mind, I was inspired by one of my most popular recipes (Baked Balsamic Chicken) to add some veggies and quinoa and create this Honey Balsamic Chicken Quinoa Bowl recipe!  …

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Balsamic Blueberry Salad | alidaskitchen.com #SundaySupper

Balsamic Blueberry Salad #SundaySupper

Balsamic Blueberry Salad combines peppery arugula, tangy feta cheese, sweet blueberries and other fresh vegetables, tossed with a light balsamic vinaigrette. Perfect for a simple summer meal, potlucks or any time!

Balsamic Blueberry Salad | alidaskitchen.com #SundaySupper

 

We picked up 10 pounds of blueberries during our most recent visit to the farmer’s market and have been enjoying delicious blueberries by the fistful.  While I have been busy making pancakes, baking cakes and other goodies, we have also been enjoying this Balsamic Blueberry Salad recipe. It is a fresh, flavorful summertime favorite that everyone loves….

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Balsamic Glazed Filet Mignon | alidaskitchen.com #recipes #WeekdaySupper

Balsamic Glazed Filet Mignon #WeekdaySupper

Give your weeknight supper an upscale twist with this Balsamic Glazed Filet Mignon cooked to perfection, covered with a simple honey balsamic glaze. Who knew a fancy meal could be so simple, easy and delicious!

Balsamic Glazed Filet Mignon | alidaskitchen.com  #recipes #WeekdaySupper

I always say a birthday isn’t a birthday unless there is cake. Well, today is my birthday, but I have no cake to share with you.  Instead, I have one of my favorite birthday meals to share. Whenever we go out to eat for special occasions, I almost always get a filet.  For years I tried to achieve restaurant perfection at home, but my steaks never measured up…until now.  After a little persistence and experimentation, this Balsamic Glazed Filet Mignon satisfies all of my steak cravings at a fraction of the cost.  It is fancy yet simple and quick to make on this weeknight birthday.

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Balsamic Tomato Tortellini | alidaskitchen.com #recipes #pasta #PompeianVarietals

Balsamic Tomato Tortellini

Enjoy a  healthy, light pasta recipes with this Balsamic Tomato Tortellini, made with fresh tortellini tossed with roasted tomatoes and garlic and drizzled with a light balsamic vinaigrette.  Balsamic Tomato Tortellini is so easy to make that it basically cooks itself.  

Balsamic Tomato Tortellini | alidaskitchen.com #recipes #pasta #PompeianVarietals

 This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pompeian.

The other night, I was faced with the (sometimes) dreaded question – what’s for dinner?  Dreaded only because I did not have any ideas at first. We wanted something quick, easy and healthy…should be simple right?   Since we had cherry tomatoes, fresh garlic, tortellini and other pantry staples, a simple yet delicious roasted garlic and tomato tortellini came together naturally. …

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Baked Balsamic Chicken | alidaskitchen.com

Baked Balsamic Chicken

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Baked Balsamic Chicken is wholesome, easy and delicious!  This dish can be customized to use whatever herbs you like (or have on hand) and is perfectly paired with Minute® Multi-Grain Medley! Thank you Minute® Rice for sponsoring this post.
 This Baked Balsamic Chicken recipe has been a family favorite for years. The recipe was created when Greta was first born over 3 years ago and has been a regular feature on the dinner rotation ever since. The marinade takes minutes to prepare and then is poured in a zip-top bag with the chicken.  Let that sit in the refrigerator until you’re ready to bake.  Then you just pour the chicken and marinade in a baking dish and bake.  Simple!

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