Meal Planning Made Easier: 4 Easy Chicken & Rice Meals [Video]

Meal prep is all about transforming simple ingredients into dishes that taste different from each other, so weeknight meals stay exciting. That’s why our Culinary Content Manager Sandy Wolner is sharing sauces and a slaw that turn staples into four different meals with standout flavors.

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Easily blend ingredients into a sauce with the immersion blender or food processor of the Flex+ Multi-Prep Set.

This pan is the perfect size for special occasions and everyday meals. Big enough to roast a bunch of chicken and veggies for busy weeknights.

Mix your staples and sauces in these freezer-, microwave-, and oven-safe mixing bowls.

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The peanut sauce in this recipe is sweet, tangy, and is great with chicken, rice, or just about anything. 

The fresh herbs in this sauce add another layer of flavor. We know what we’re making for dinner!

Make this slaw a day in advance for even more meal prep ease! Ginger, garlic, and green onions are always great together and the flavors meld beautifully after some time together in the fridge. 

This easy, homemade sauce only takes 15 minutes to make and is a great topper for pizza and pasta. Pretty tasty as a dipper for garlic bread, too!

Sandy's Prep Tips

  • Chicken and rice are both budget-friendly basics that fill your family up and are easily transformed into new meals.
  • 2 for 1: Making double batches of rice and chicken doesn’t take any longer than making a single batch and then you have ingredients ready for a whole new meal. Just pick your favorite sauce to complete the transformation!
  • Roast extra veggies that your family likes to get easy, nutritious dinnertime wins all week.

3 Responses to Meal Planning Made Easier: 4 Easy Chicken & Rice Meals [Video]

  1. Deborah Hinde September 11, 2021 at 6:29 pm #

    I didn’t find the peanut sauce Sandy spoke about in this video..

    • Vicki September 13, 2021 at 6:54 pm #

      I think it’s the Satay sauce in the Chicken Satay recipe. It calls for peanut butter.

    • Caroline Schultz September 13, 2021 at 10:47 pm #

      The CHICKEN SATAY recipe has the peanut sauce in it 😋

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