Garlic & Parsley Chicken Mignon
I prepared this chicken mignons last night. In a zip lock bag, I combined some butter, crushed garlic and chopped fresh parsley. I snipped off one of the corners of the bag to create a piping bag!
Squeeze a bit of the garlic & parsley butter onto each mignon and roast them in the oven for about thirty minutes at 180C.
I also baked some potatoes with the mignons. The resulting pan juices were oh so so delicious! Buttery pan juices infused with garlic, parsley, and the taste of chicken and bacon. *drool*
After having some terrible news announced at work today, I was in desperate need of some comfort food when I got home. I had some camembert with a glass of wine while preparing dinner. Cooking is such a wonderful distraction.
While waiting for my food to cook, I couldn't help snacking on some of the stirfry Mum made. She was so delighted with it - apparently one of her friends has grown this very hard to find melon or gourd and gave her one. You can't find it at the shops. I saw it briefly before it was all chopped up. It looked like a bitter gourd but it tastes like choko. Mum fried it with prawns and it's such a great combination as you still get the flavour of the melon. Delicious!
Simba was hungry for his dinner. I can't believe how fast we go through his cans of dog food! I bought a large can of CHUM yesterday and I gave him some of this tonight. As I was mashing it up with some rice, I couldn't help but fall in love with the smell! Yes, I quite like the smell of some of the dog food we feed Simba. This CHUM smelled so good...it didn't take me long to realise it smelt like SPAM!
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