We’ve been cooking quite a bit when we are home lately and I’ve been loving it! Well, at least for the most part. It’s certainly easier to cook when I take a little time on Sunday or Monday to plan things out and order or grab our groceries early on in the week. When I get the week started off with healthy foods, then the rest of the week seems to fall in line and it makes going out all the more enjoyable. Plus, when we eat out for every meal when we travel, it’s really nice to have good, healthy food when we are home! Sometimes, I do fall prey to making the same things over and over. Which is why have been trying to switch it up a little and this is one of our favorite dishes that we made last week.
Spicy, Asian soups have long been a favorite go-to meal of mine! Seriously, this spicy coconut soup will cure what ails ya! Whenever I get the chance to eat Thai food, you betcha I am getting the Tom Kha Gai soup. So it only made sense I figured out how to make a quick and easy at-home version! This recipe was part of my budget friendly recipes for Austin Woman. Three recipes, six meals and only $20! Get the shopping list here or the Tom Kha Gai recipe below.
I recently visited Nashville and had to try the hot chicken there. I saw all the bright red pictures of chicken and just couldn’t be kept away! Of course, once I got back home I’ve been craving it more than ever. So I grabbed a recipe from Bon Appetit, that is based off of Hattie B’s Hot Chicken, which is where I had my first hot chicken. Tell me what you think about this one!