It’s just over a week until Christmas, so I wanted to personally deliver this holiday Mollygram directly to you! Let’s make some chocolate bark together:
Did you get all that? Here’s the recipe (from #sheetpansuppers!), just in case.
It’s here! It’s here! It’s publication day!!!!
Can somebody hand me a large glass of wine, please?
I mean, my nerves are in knots and my palms are super sweaty, but IT. IS. HERE! Sheet Pan Suppers. Two years of work, in cookbook form! Is anyone else freaking out a little bit?
…Just me? Cool.
In honor of publication day, I thought I’d share one of my favorite weeknight recipes from the book – this Quick Chicken & Baby Broccoli with Spicy Peanut Sauce!
Peanut sauce (or peanut “snauce,” if you’re my sister) should be it’s own food group, as far as I’m concerned. This one is sweet and tangy and spicy, and you could probably get me to eat an old boot if it were covered in enough of the stuff.
As it is, we’ll thickly slather it on thinly sliced chicken breasts and tender broccolini, and the whole thing will cook — you guessed it — on a SHEET PAN, under the broiler, in about twelve minutes!
Happy publication day! If you’re feeling it, go buy yourself a copy of Sheet Pan Suppers from your local bookstore, or from any of these online retailers:
Thanks for your support, friends! You rule. #sheetpansuppers!
YUP, it’s another sheet pan recipe! It seems I just can’t help myself. I figure you can’t serve your turkey roulade without a hefty slice of something sweet alongside, amiright?
Apple Galette, hello! You are easy (sorry, girlfriend). You are delicious. You are vaguely French. You go well with a drizzle of salty caramel. You will feed a crowd this Thursday, and you will look good doing it. I’m going to make the ish out of you! And top you with a pretty pile of whipped cream. …Platonically. (Weird.)
When making a galette, keep in mind: perfection is not the goal. Galettes are forgiving. Messy is fine. We can call it “rustic” and serve it for company. Tender crust, warm apples with sugar and spice, all topped with a pile of melting ice cream (or whipped cream, as the case may be)? Let’s do this.
I’ve got so much to be thankful for this year, starting with a fat slice of apple galette and ending with a new cookbook, new husband and, not least of all, my ever-amazing group of family and friends (including you!) — thank you, thank you all.