All the mouth-watering dishes people have been cooking up.
This was by far the best of these AI generated recipes I've had to date. Wasn't feeling the cauliflower so I served it over plain white rice. I also browned the chicken before adding the diced tomatoes and used a little extra seasoning while maintaing the given ratio. But otherwise I followed the recipe pretty closely and it came out amazing. For the yogurt I used 5% fage which gave the sauce some nice richness and color and for the chicken I just diced up some frozen Kirkland Signature tenderloin. This is definitely one I'll be making at least once a month going forward.
This meal was definitely a departure from what I normally cook. I don't make pork chops very often and if I'm being honest I find turnips to be a bit of an acquired taste. It's not something I'd make often but as something different it was a nice change. For the pork I picked up some boneless pork loin chops from my local Whole Foods. These things were some of the best quality pork I've ever seen. Thick cuts and super fresh. Ended up throwing them on the grill, but sadly I overcooked them a bit. Still though they had nice flavor.
Pretty bog standard as skewers go, which isn't a bad thing. There's only so many combinations of meat and vegetables on a stick. For the meat I used 1 1/2 pounds of Beef Loin Top Sirloin from my local Whole Foods. It ended up being enough for 4 large skewers. Once the meat and vegetables were sliced I put everything in a ziplock bag and shook it up to evenly coat the spice mixture. The recommended seasoning was pretty solid. Again as a meal this was a little plain as there was no side. I supplemented it with some buttered pasta for the kids.
This meal turned out good even though it was pretty simple. I've made a ton of salmon and asparagus over the years but I don't think I've ever seasoned the fish with thyme. It blended well with the lemon butter and gave the salmon a subtly different taste then how I usually prepare it. Also this was my first time cooking the asparagus with the fish. I typically sauté them in some butter, but here by sharing a pan with the salmon it allowed the asparagus to take on some of the lemon flavors. The result was quite good and I'll probably do something similar again in the future.