This meal was incredibly easy to make and it turned out tasting delicious! I've been making this similar Buffalo Chicken meal every other week lately, so it was slightly refreshing to at least not have a shredded buffalo chicken meal. However, yes, both taste incredibly similar. This one though is all done in one pan on the stove top, so if you don't want to do the slow cooker or pressure cooker buffalo chicken then give this one a try! The recipe also calls for cauliflower rice, which I clearly did not make. Instead, I paired this with the basic sweet potato! I got really lazy with the sweet potato this time around though and simply threw 8 lbs of peeled sweet potato in the Instant Pot, added 1 cup of water, and set to manual for 25 minutes. Once it was done, I let the sweet potatoes sit in the strainer to drain the excess water while I made the chicken, and that was literally all I did to the sweet potatoes. No added spices or fat whatsoever, so basically just a boiled sweet potato. This is another easy way to bulk make a lot of plain sweet potato, and have it ready to dress up as you want throughout the week. Anyways though, this was an easy meal to throw together for the week and one that I really enjoyed eating!
Buffalo Chicken and Broccoli Bowls
For Cauliflower Rice
To make the Cauliflower Rice
*Make sure the broccoli florets are not too large and are of even size. This will allow them to cook faster and also make sure that they are all done at the same time.
**If using a pan that is not non-stick, I would suggest using a little oil when cooking the chicken. Otherwise it may stick to the pan.
***If you prefer more sauce, just increase the amount of hot sauce you use. This amount makes enough to fully coat everything but doesn't leave much extra sauce.
Original recipe found here
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