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Ingredients: 2 or 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1 avocado 1/4 chopped onion juice of 1/2 a lime 2 Tbsp cilantro salt and pepper to taste. Cook chicken breast until done, let cool, and then
shred. Mix with all other ingredients. Enjoy!
Salt, pepper, garlic powder for seasoning the chicken
1/4 cup vegetable oil (more if needed)
1 green pepper, cut into chunks
1 red or yellow bell pepper, cut into chunks
1 cup pineapple chunks
1/2 cups sugar
1/2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
teaspoons garlic powder
teaspoon coarse black pepper
your oven to 325 degrees.
chicken into 1 inch chunks, and season with salt, pepper, and garlic
each piece of chicken in corn starch, then in egg.
a skillet, heat vegetable oil to medium-high heat and brown each piece of
chicken on both sides.
browned chicken in a large rimmed baking sheet. Add in pineapple and
a large bowl whisk together all sauce ingredients and pour over the
in the oven for about an hour, turning the chicken every 15 minutes.
Remove the chicken and vegetables from the pan, and pour remaining sauce
into a bowl and serve alongside the chicken if you’d like extra sauce.
ingredient can help you get your home, clothes and even skin a little bit
This natural product, known commonly as sodium bicarbonate, has
so many more unexpected uses.
That little yellow box
that sits in the back of your refrigerator just might surprise you. Baking
soda is well known as a freshener. We regularly put it in our fridges, add
a touch to our laundry and put an open box anywhere in our homes that get a
think it’s just for cleaning," says Carmen Ordoñez, beauty and fashion
expert, founder of VivaFashion.com and spokesperson for Arm & Hammer™. But
this natural product, known commonly as sodium bicarbonate, has so many more
unexpected uses. It might even become a secret weapon in your beauty
"I like to use it
as an exfoliant, “says Carmen. "The good thing about it is that it is a
gentle abrasive. I mix water and baking soda and rub it together and use it on
my hands and face."
It can also be used it
as part of a pedicure routine .
Create a foot soak by adding baking soda into some water. It softens the
water and helps exfoliate the skin. It also soothes minor skin irritations,
making it ideal for feet rubbed by sandal straps or even little bug bites.
It’s also great for
your hair, she says. "Put a little into your shampoo bottle and it
can act as a booster helping to improve [the performance] of the cleaning
agents in the shampoo. And, it helps remove residue."
Baking soda also neutralizes odors and can be used as a deodorant for small areas where bad smells can collect, like
in a gym bag, laundry hampers or garbage cans. "If I forget to take out
the trash, I grab a little Arm & Hammer and use it in my can," she
In the kitchen, it can help battle a smelly sink,
which occurs when food and grime builds up. According to the brand website, you
can pour some baking soda directly in the drain while running warm water to
clean those dirty drains.
As a new mom, Carmen says
she carefully considers the cleaning agents she uses in her hoe.
"Now that I have a baby, I am all about doing things naturally and doing
things that are safe," says Carmen. "[ Baking soda ] effectively
cleans, so it can replace harsh chemicals."
She uses it with a bit of
water to clean her baby’s bathtub. "I sprinkle a little on a sponge and
just wipe down the sides of the bath tub."