You could serve either one with some rosemary roasted potatoes and some roasted asparagus with parmesan on top. Or, fresh green beans sauteed with shallots and topped with a bit of crumbled bacon.
Also, this chicken was a HUGE hit http://www.chow.com/recipes/30350-asian-ma rinated-baked-chicken I took the skin off before cooking. I used a whole cut up chicken but doing it with just boneless skinless breasts would be fine. I served with these http://www.kalynskitchen.com/2011/02/recip e-for-spicy-stir-fried-sugar-snap.html. You could add in rice too if you wanted.
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So I'm a very good cook (other people's opinions, not just mine lol) and my boyfriend and his family love my cooking. He is very supportive about me trying to eat healthier and wants to lose a few pounds himself. Tomorrow will be the first time that I will be cooking a healthy meal for him and while I have tons of magazines/cookbooks/recipes that are healthy, I'd really like to try something that someone else has made and their families have loved. (I don't ask for much, do I?) I can cook just about anything so I'm not afraid of complex recipes. Desserts would be awesome too, he's huge on having dessert with a meal.
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