We ate good last night!
With me getting ready to be someones wife and all, I am becoming more aware about what I am cooking. You see, I have a man who loves fried chicken, chicken wings, potato skins, roast beef sandwiches, and strawberry cake. I eat pretty lite and don’t have the stomach to eat those foods all the time. Therefore, I am trying to create meals that he loves but it is a little easier on the heart and gut. I got to keep my man happy and healthy for as long as I can. He is big on “Sunday Dinners”. You know what I’m talking about. A classic dinner that is usually made up of “soul food” classics that the entire family enjoys after a long day of church and typically eats during the football games. This is what he likes. Me, I don’t care as much. I can eat a PB&J sandwich and chicken noodle soup and be just as happy even on a Sunday. I am learning how to compromise and honor something that I know he really enjoys even if I can care less.
I made this up on a whim. I knew I was going to make baked chicken but I didn’t want it to be plain and boring. Therefore, I came up with this delicious honey dijon sauce to go on top. I made this with mashed cauliflower and fresh green beans. Perfect healthy meal but with the “Soul Food Sunday” appeal. I think I did a good job at compromising. What do you think?Print