With demanding work schedules and picky taste buds, Chris and I are always playing “I don’t know, what do you want?” when it comes to deciding on weeknight dinners. We’re big fans of Chinese takeout, but spending close to $40 for two small entrees and couple of egg rolls is ridiculous. Thankfully, I ran across this recipe for 20-Minute Teriyaki Chicken and Broccoli in Julie’s new cookbook, Dinner for Two: Easy and Innovative Recipes for One, Two, or a Few.
I first met Julie of Table for Two at Food Blog Forum a couple of years ago and quickly fell in love with her photography and the varied, delicious recipes she’d post to her blog. Her cookbook is no exception. She’s included over 70 quick and easy recipes, with 20 of those dedicated to the ‘breakfast for dinner’ crowd. I mean, who doesn’t love waffles for dinner? It’s perfect for newlyweds, couples, empty-nesters, college students, families with young children and of course, holiday gift-giving!
I’m super excited to share the recipe with you today, but I’m even more excited for the leftovers. I doubled the amounts and there was plenty left for today’s lunch!
View the full 20-Minute Teriyaki Chicken and Broccoli recipe over on my blog, My Baking Heart.