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Mexican Walnut Chicken Recipe and a book review — 11 Comments

  1. This looks so good! I’m pretty sure I flipped through this book last time you were here and copied a few recipes down too. Can’t wait to try this chicken dish. Thanks for sharing!

  2. I just love reading cookbooks like that. 🙂 I have a few myself – they are so much fun and you can learn so much!!!
    This looks really tasty – and it would be a great Crossover with brown rice for those at that stage. But it’s easily left an S, like you said…love the cilantro addition. 🙂
    Thanks for linking at Trim Healthy Tuesday!

    • I really enjoy Trim Healthy Tuesday. Thanks for commenting about how it can be either an S or a Crossover. I’m pretty new at this, so I appreciate the confirmation that what I thought was an S actually is! 🙂

  3. Circling back to tell you I made this tonight and it was so delicious! Definitely a keeper. Being honest though, I did make some substitutions just because I didn’t have a couple ingredients on hand. I used cayenne pepper instead of the fresh chile and sadly we didn’t have any cilantro so I used an equal combo of parsley and mint. We had it over quinoa and it was a big hit! Thanks so much for the recipe!

  4. OK…gonna try it. Need to pick up some ingredients, but we’ll see if DH likes it. It sounds delicious. I’ll let you know what a hit it is.
    Thanks for sharing about the book. It looks really interesting. I might forget to fix supper, but it looks fun to read.

  5. I have a cookbook collection. People buy them for me for gifts and I love receiving them. You can never have too many cookbooks! Or books for that matter. The recipe looks good. I would have to omit the nuts. I’m wondering what you could use in place of or if you think the recipe would still be tasty without them?

    • I love cookbooks (and any books!) too! I think that the nuts in this recipe sort of serve as a replacement for a cream sauce so if you can do dairy, I would try whole milk or even half and half or cream. You could also try coconut milk if you can do them. Good luck! If you try any substitutions, I’d love to hear how it goes.

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