Work OOTD and What's Cooking with Trice (Spicy Honey Chicken)

Hey Dolls,


The weather in Florida is finally cooling down.  It's been in the 30's every morning this week so I excited to bust out the sweaters and layer it on up!!!  Here's is what I wore to work yesterday:
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I love these shoes because they're stylish yet oh so comfortable!!

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For some reason I like to cook more when it's cooler outside.  Last night I made some Spicy Honey Chicken to warm me up!!!  Here's what you need:

Some items I didn't include in the picture and some in the picture, I omitted.  I used the following
  • Thin Sliced Chicken Breast: Cut into bite size pieces
  • 3 Garlic Cloves: Chopped
  • 2 pieces of a Ginger Root: Grated
  • 4 scallions: Chopped
  • Medium Onion: Sliced
  • Red Pepper Flakes (I used a left over packet fr. Dominos lol)
  • Honey: 2 big drizzles (Eyeball it to your liking)
  • Chicken Broth: 1 and 1/2 cups
  • Corn Starch
  • Seasoning Salt and Cracked Pepper
  • Crescent Rolls
DIRECTIONS:

1.) Cut and season your chicken
 
2.) Cut and chop your garlic, onion, and scallions
3.) Grate your ginger

4.) Brown your chicken then add the onions, garlic, ginger, red pepper flakes, and honey
5.) Add your chicken stock and a table spoon of cornstarch mixed with water into the pan to thicken up the liquid.
6.) After everything is cooked and well combined, add chopped scallions and mix well.
7.) I LOVE the little crescent rolls by Pillsbury.  When I make this dish, I drizzle a little honey over the top of them.
8.) Last but not least, plate over rice , serve, and ENJOY!!!
Quick, easy, and yummy meal for the work week!  If you try it, please let me know how it turned out.
Talk to you all soon!

~Trice








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25 comments:

  1. This looks great! And you look beautiful as usual.

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  2. Those heels just asked me if I wanted to give them a new home! I told them yes so if youre ever ready to sign the papers and send me your "shoe babies" I promise I will take care of them :)

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  3. I love brown and black together and those boots are fierce! Carlose Santana had really cute shoes.

    The recipe looks great!

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  4. You look so cute and the meal look delicious! Printing it now, I will let you know how it turns out for me.

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  5. Umm..I'm going to need you to give me those booties!

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  6. The chicken looks delicious. How ingenious to use the red pepper flakes from Dominos!

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  7. Love your look, but those booties are just killers! Love it!

    The food looks amazing--you're so talented. :)

    Have a great day!

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  8. i love that you are mixing black and brown - one of my favorite neutral combos!

    Chic on the Cheap

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  9. Wow very rich!!!!
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  10. Ooh-la-la! Those shoes are haute!! And, comfortable too, you said? Can't beat that. Thanks for the idea of drizzling honey over the crescent rolls. We love those Pillsbury goodies in my house.

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  11. Who says black and brown should not be mixed? Not I...lol Shoes are HOT! I love this look. Classy and chic!

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  12. You look to fly.. And those shoes are... Em, need those in my life! By the way, your food looks like it belongs on top chef. Gorgeous food. That's what's up!
    Nice blog..
    Dee
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  13. I love those shoes too! Food looks great.
    -Sonya

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  14. I am loving the booties, very cute outfit!!!

    The spicy chicken looks great, I have to keep this recipe in mind!!


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  15. Those shoes are Haute lady...love perforated leather and your dinner looks delicious :)

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  16. Such a great post, I enjoyed it so much! Really nice photos, it seems delicious!!

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  17. Your shoes are all kinds of fierce! I love the details.

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  18. this looks so yummy...i like quick meals too. i love your belt!!

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  19. Oh my goodness it looks absolutely DELICIOUS!!!


    <3 Marina
    Fashion.MakeUp.LifeStyle

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  20. OMGosh! Your booties are so cute and this chicken recipe looks absolutely delicious. Even better, it looks like something even a cooking rookie could pull off (like me!). Thanks so much for your comment on my blog!

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  21. Gurrrllll...that chicken looks absolutely delicious! I'm really droolin' at the moment!

    Myeshia

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  23. Oh gosh, this recipe looks amazing. Honey on the crescent rolls is a brilliant idea!

    *Erin

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Hi! I'm Trice, a Jacksonville, FL based blogger. I LOVE shopping and all things fashionable and want to show everyone that "Teachers Have Style Too!"! I also LOVE to cook and enjoy dining out. Please enjoy my fashion and food experiences and leave a comment if you'd like.
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