Pia James

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Slow cook your way to the most flavorful chicken curry! The sauce has coconut milk, jalapeno, and red onion. It's not too spicy, but has tons of flavor! from The Food Charlatan.

Slow Cooker Basil Chicken in Coconut Curry Sauce by the foodcharlatan: Slow cook your way to the most flavorful chicken curry! The sauce has coconut milk, jalapeno, and red onion. It's not too spicy, but has tons of flavor!

Coconut Curry Chicken k::: used this as a base. Used lite coconut milk. Added much more curry

This coconut curry chicken is made using chunks of chicken breasts. The sauce is made of tomato, curry powder, onions and coconut milk.

The Delicious, Healthy Breakfast That’s Going Viral on Pinterest

The purchase of a lovely new tart pan inspired these Low-Carb & Gluten-Free Crustless Breakfast Tarts w/ Mushrooms & Goat cheese.

Roasted pumpkin spinach and feta slice

Gluten free recipe - Vegetarian - Roasted pumpkin spinach and feta slice, egg recipe, brought to you by Woman's Day

roasted tomato feta frittata crustless quiche

A delicious and healthy frittata or crustless quiche, made with roasted tomatoes, feta cheese and spinach.

Sticky sweet Honey BBQ Chicken Strips are perfect for dinner or game day! Marinated in buttermilk and perfectly seasoned, these strips are hard to resist! | MomOnTimeout.com

Sticky sweet Honey BBQ Chicken Strips - perfect for dinner or game day! Marinated in buttermilk and perfectly seasoned, these strips are hard to resist!

Slow Cooker Chicken Curry that is made with coconut milk and sweet potatoes!! It is naturally gluten free and makes a delicious lunch or dinner when served with rice.

Slow Cooker Chicken Curry that is made with coconut milk and sweet potatoes! It is naturally gluten free and makes a delicious lunch or dinner when served with rice- CD edits.more chicken to balance blue and red containers

Documentation strategies for family child care & early years educators using the EYLF outcomes. Meet every step of the programming cycle easily.

Child portfolios in early childhood settings.are they necessary to meet EYLF outcomes? 15 Questions to ask first!