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Friday Feast: What’s In My Kitchen?

Last night I wasn’t sure what to make for dinner.  I wanted something comforting, but easy to make.  After searching the kitchen, I found a leftover chicken breast, plum tomatoes, broccoli from my CSA, Israeli couscous and Parmesan cheese.  That’s pretty simple and healthy as a bonus!

I cut the tomatoes in half and let them roast for in the oven for about 45 minutes to bring out the flavor and help create a sauce.  While the tomatoes were cooking, I blanched the broccoli and chopped that up with the chicken breast.

I cooked the couscous and added it to the chicken and broccoli mixture.  Once the tomatoes were roasted, I chopped them and added them to the bowl with all of their juices.

I tossed everything together, added about 1/4 cup of Parmesan and viola…dinner!  This was a super simple and very flavorful meal.  It’s also very healthy and would be great for a post-run lunch.  Thankfully there are a lot of leftovers, so I might do just that after my weekend run!

What do you make when you raid your kitchen?

5 Responses to Friday Feast: What’s In My Kitchen?

  1. This looks absolutely delicious! Come and link up this recipe to the link party…http://inherchucks.com/2012/06/14/whats-in-the-box-30/.

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