Remember my ginger peanut meatballs that everyone loves and adores? Well, a couple of years back I decided to use a somewhat similar peanut sauce for this creamy, dreamy Thai chicken peanut couscous and OMG it’s just so damn good. I actually initially tested this recipe nearly 4 years ago, and then completely forgot about it in my archives, so I just had to bring it to the blog and re-share it for you.
This chicken couscous with Thai peanut flavors is the most wonderful hearty, cozy meal packed with everything you could ever want: tender chicken, plenty of veggies, pearl couscous and the most creamy delicious coconut peanut sauce that will make ya wanna lick your bowl clean. Don’t forget the fun garnishes like chopped peanuts + cilantro, it helps bring everything together.
What you’ll need to make this Thai chicken couscous
This delicious and nourishing Thai-inspired peanut chicken couscous is easier to make than you think and packed with incredible Thai flavors. Here’s everything you’ll need to make it:
- For the chicken: you’ll just need some olive oil, chicken breast, salt & pepper to cook up your chicken.
- For the peanut couscous: the star of this dish is the creamy, flavorful peanut couscous. It’s made with garlic, light coconut milk (from the can), chicken broth, natural, creamy peanut butter, soy sauce, fresh ginger, chili paste or sriracha and pearl couscous.
- Add-ins: we’re simmering the couscous with carrots, broccoli, and red bell pepper for a boost of veggies.
- To garnish: top your bowl with fresh green onion, cilantro, honey roasted peanuts and a little hot sauce if you’d like.
Customize this dish
- Make it vegetarian or vegan. Feel free to swap the chicken for chickpeas or tofu to keep this dish vegetarian.
- Change up your veggies. This Thai chicken couscous is great for customizing with what you have on hand. I think spinach and/or mushrooms would be delicious.
- Add a kick of heat. If you love spice like me feel free to add 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper (or a little more) to the peanut couscous. Yum!
Choose the right couscous
In this chicken couscous recipe, we’re using pearl couscous, which is a much larger grain than regular couscous. Israeli pearl couscous has a texture similar to mini gnocchi or pasta, whereas regular couscous, when cooked, tends to have a texture similar to grits.
Be sure to opt for pearl couscous in this recipe so that the texture holds up well.
Can I use a different grain?
I think this recipe would work okay using white basmati rice or quinoa in place of the couscous, but please note that I have not tested it this way. Using pearl couscous really adds a wonderful texture that can’t be replicated with another grain. Please note that you’d likely need much less quinoa if you choose to replace it, and any other grains may have different cooking times.
Can I swap the peanut butter?
While this recipe will work using another nut butter like cashew butter, I’d highly recommend sticking with peanut butter to give this dish that peanut sauce flavor it was created to have.
How to make Thai peanut chicken couscous
- Brown your chicken. You’ll start this recipe by simply cooking your chicken on all sides so it’s golden brown. No need to cook it all the way through.
- Make the peanut sauce. In the same skillet, you’ll stir together the coconut milk, broth, peanut butter, soy sauce, ginger & chili paste.
- Couscous & veggie time. Once your peanut sauce is smooth you’ll stir in the couscous and veggies.
- Add your chicken. Finally, stir in your chicken, bring the couscous to a simmer, then reduce the heat and cover the pan for 15 minutes.
- Finish it off. Once the couscous has simmered covered for about 15 minutes you’ll want to remove the lid and let it do so uncovered for a few minutes more to let it thicken up.
- Garnish & serve. Top with your fav garnishes and extra hot sauce and serve!
Store any leftover chicken couscous in airtight containers in the fridge for up to 4-5 days. Simply reheat in the microwave or on the stovetop.
More one pan meals to try
- Sheet Pan Moroccan Chicken with Sweet Potatoes & Cauliflower
- One Pan Ginger Chicken Meatballs with Peanut Sauce
- One Pan Thai Coconut Yellow Curry Chicken & Rice
- One Pot Moroccan Chicken Stew with Sweet Potato & Couscous
- One Pot Vegan Coconut Curried Brown Rice with Tofu
Get all of our delicious one pan meals here!
I hope you love this creamy, one pan Thai peanut chicken couscous! If you make it be sure to leave a comment & a rating so I know how you liked it. Enjoy, xo!
One Pan Creamy Thai Peanut Chicken Couscous
Delicious one pan Thai-inspired peanut chicken couscous packed with protein and a boost of colorful veggies. This cozy chicken couscous recipe is filled with Thai flavors thanks to a rich and creamy peanut sauce made with coconut milk, fresh ginger, soy sauce, garlic and creamy peanut butter. Options to add a kick of heat if you love spice!
- For the chicken:
- 1 tablespoon avocado oil or olive oil
- 1 pound boneless skinless chicken breast, cubed
- Freshly ground salt and pepper
- For the peanut couscous:
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 (15 ounce) can light coconut milk
- ¾ cup low sodium chicken broth (or sub water)
- ½ cup creamy natural peanut butter (just peanuts + salt)
- 2-3 tablespoons gluten free soy sauce (or coconut aminos)
- 1 tablespoon freshly grated ginger
- 1 tablespoon chili paste or sriracha
- Optional for a spicy peanut sauce: 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper (plus ¼ teaspoon more if you love it a little extra spicy!)
- 1 cup Israeli pearl couscous
- 2 large carrots, thinly sliced
- 3 cups broccoli florets
- 1 red bell pepper, julienned
- To garnish:
- Green onion (green part only), diced
- Fresh chopped cilantro
- Honey roasted peanuts, chopped
- Hot sauce, if desired
Place a large deep skillet over medium-high heat and add in oil. Once hot, add the chicken, season with salt and pepper and cook, about 5-7 minutes total. You don’t need to cook chicken all the way, just about halfway through so it’s nice and golden brown with flavor. Transfer chicken to a bowl or plate and set aside.
Reduce the heat to medium-low and add in the garlic, cooking for 30 seconds, then add in the coconut milk, chicken broth, peanut butter, soy sauce, ginger and chili paste to the same skillet. Whisk together until well combined and smooth. Stir in the couscous, carrots, broccoli and bell pepper; then add the chicken back into the pan; bring to a simmer. Cover the pan, reduce heat to low and simmer for 15 minutes, stirring every so often to prevent couscous from sticking to the bottom of the pan.
After 15 minutes, remove the lid and gently simmer for 5-10 more minutes uncovered to soak up any excess liquid.
Garnish with chopped honey-roasted peanuts, green onion, and cilantro. Serves 4.
To make gluten free: I think this recipe would work okay using white basmati rice or quinoa in place of the couscous, but please note that I have not tested it this way. Using pearl couscous really adds a wonderful texture that can't be replicated with another grain. Please note that you'd likely need much less quinoa (probably 3/4 cup) if you choose to replace it, and any other grains may have different cooking times.
To make vegetarian/vegan: feel free to swap the chicken for chickpeas or tofu to keep this dish vegetarian and/or vegan.
Recipe by: Monique Volz // Ambitious Kitchen | Photography by: Eat Love Eat
This post was originally published on March 3rd, 2021, and republished on January 24th, 2023.
I’m currently pregnant and struggling with food aversions and legit haven’t cooked in months! I saw this recipe on Instagram and it actually looked super good which has been a rare occurrence. It looked easy enough and the raw chicken was the only “offensive” step. I decided to give it a try and it was as easy as the video made it look and tasted pretty good too! Loved that most of the ingredients are easy to have on hand and that it got me eating my veggies finally. While cooking I worried it was going to be a little too veggie forward, because carbs are still king but it ended up being perfect. Thanks for posting this! Felt so good to finally feel like myself and be in the kitchen again!
So glad you gave this one a try! Totally get the “carbs are king” haha 🙂 Great way to sneak some veggies in, too!
Made this for dinner it was delicious!! Wonderful creamy texture, Israeli couscous is really the perfect grain for this dish. The only change I would make is to put more peanut butter, it didn’t have as strong of a peanuty taste as I would want!! Amazing recipe Moniue!
Absolutely! And yes feel free to add a bit more 🙂
This is my new go to dinner. It’s so easy to make and delicious!
So happy to hear that!
We enjoyed this recipe overall – the pearl couscous was new to us and fun to try. I loved that the whole dinner was cooked in one pan. The sauce was very peanuty and creamy but lacking something for us – next time I think we will add some fresh lime juice and maybe a little honey or even hoisin for depth.
Yum those additions would be delicious. Let me know what you choose to use. Glad you enjoyed this recipe!
Just made this using tofu,,delicious! I am a flight attendant and always bring my own food to work-will be looking forward to lunch tomorrow!
Perfect! Such a great go-to dinner or lunch 🙂
Nothing wrong with this. Any veggie would be good, I didn’t have the peanuts, and admit it would’ve been better with that little hint of sweetness, but was also good without. Def will have again.
Glad you enjoyed! And yes, this one’s great for customizing with your fav veggies.
Hi! Excited to cook this tonight. It looks like all my favorite flavors and textures in one dish!
Question, do you think this would freeze well?
Such a great dinner! I haven’t tried freezing this one so I’m not 100% sure how the couscous will turn out once re-heated. I suspect it should be fine – let me know if you give it a try!
Super easy and delicious!
Glad you liked it!
This was one of the nicest easy recipe I’ve ever done., I used tricolour quinoa as I’m gf. I used 3/4 of a cup of quinoa and added an extra cup of chicken broth as I find quinoa sucks up alot if moisture in a recipe like this
Love it! Glad you enjoyed!
Really liked this recipe! I didn’t have honey roasted peanuts so used regular roasted peanuts. Definitely didn’t add enough cilantro – the bites with it were the best! I added the cayenne but we really like spice so next time I think I’ll add some slices chillies. Will definitely make this again!
Perfect! So glad you enjoyed 🙂
I made the One Pan Creamy Thai Peanut Chicken Couscous last night- WOW. Full of flavor, creamy, and delicious! We added some Cayenne Pepper for a kick, Definitely adding this to our favorites! Easy to make and you can add/swap in any veggies you’d like!
Amazing! So glad you enjoyed!
This was delicious! I added 1-2tsp of red curry paste and used chickpeas in lieu of chicken. Hearty, cozy, flavorful, YUM. I love all your pearl couscous recipes soooo much!
Perfect! Glad you enjoyed (and same!!)
Making this for the second time! My husband and I both loved this recipe!
So happy to hear that!
This is so yummy! I substituted chick peas for the chicken and it worked great. I loved all the flavors and texture the chopped peanuts brought. I will be making this again.
Perfect! So glad you enjoyed!
This was delicious! And, once you prep the ingredients, it comes together so easily and quickly. Adding this to our regular recipe rotation.
Absolutely! Glad you enjoyed!
This is absolutely delicious! I’ve never made something from you that hasn’t been good, but this is one of the best. My husband already wants to make it again. Thank you for tasty and healthy recipes!
So glad you both loved it!
I made this for my husband for dinner tonight & he really enjoyed it! He said it was more like a 4 and a half out of 5 stars… and I think the only reason he didn’t give it 5 out of 5 is because it wasn’t his favorite (that goes to the One Pan Thai Coconut Yellow Curry Chicken & Rice). Can you tell we love the one pan meals around here?
So glad you both enjoyed! Love that chicken & rice, too 🙂
So delicious! Took your suggestion and added spinach in place of broccoli because we are planning to have broc in tomorrow’s dinner. Also used cashew butter because someone finished the peanut butter – argh!! Still turned out amazing! Can’t wait to try again with the full peanut flavor.
Perfect! So glad you enjoyed even with a couple swaps 🙂
The only item I changed from the ingredient list above was I used almond butter instead of peanut butter. I loved the vegetable combination, but my husband and I felt it needed more shazamm! I had the green onion and cilantro with regular roasted peanuts for the toppings but we also added fresh squeezed lime and sriracha. It just seemed the sauce was a tad bland, so we had to also add extra salt.
Hi! It doesn’t seem like it would but using a different nut butter really does change the flavor of this dish. Peanut butter has a lot more flavor when combined with these ingredients, so I’d recommend sticking with that next time!
I food prep on Sundays and last weekend I made the four new recipes all from Ambitious Kitchen. One Pan Creamy Thai Chicken Peanut was so good and the sauce was full of flavor! My family ate it so fast that I will have to make it again soon! I also made the cheese-stuffed ground turkey meatloaf, ground turkey sloppy joes, and chicken chili. Thank you for the new recipes that were so good! My husband loved everything I made. I love this site!!
Amazing! So glad you’re finding dinners here that you love 🙂
Delicious, hearty and super easy & convenient to make! I added chopped basil to boost up the Thai profile of the dish. I’ll be making it again!
Great idea! Glad you loved it!
I can’t wait to make this for dinner tomorrow. Thank-you for this wonderful recipe!
Hope you love it!
This was so delicious! I used 3/4 cup of quinoa as suggested because I didn’t have couscous, and added an extra 1/4 c or so of broth. I was nervous at first that it was going to be too soupy but after 15 minutes of simmering the quinoa soaked everything up and the flavor was fantastic! Thanks for another great recipe, Monique!
Perfect! So glad you loved it!
I used jasmine rice instead of couscous (couldn’t find it at the store) and just cooked the rice before and added it in per the recipe. It was delicious! My 9 month old even enjoyed it! Highly recommend and will make again!
Perfect! So happy to hear that!
I highly, highly recommend – this dish was so incredible! It was so flavorful and an absolute crowd pleaser. The chicken was perfectly cooked and the flavor was so delish. Even better – it was extremely easy to make! This is permanently on the dinner rotation – definitely try this ASAP!
So glad you loved it! One of our favs, too 🙂
I found the peanut taste to be too strong, but will likely make it again and reduce by half.
It is meant to be nice and strong to give the dish flavor, but let me know how it goes reducing it!
Love this recipe! Super delicious, nutritious, and easy to make!
So glad you like it!
My husband instantly asked for this dish to make it into our regular rotation. It is a filling way to get tons of veggies with great Thai flavor.
So happy to hear that! One of our fav veggie-packed dinners, too 🙂
Super easy to make and really delicious! Will definitely keep this recipe!
Glad you enjoyed!!
As with everything from Ambitious Kitchen, this dish is excellent! Subbed in green beans for the broccoli. Added more siracha. Currently eating leftovers – cold right from the refrigerator – delish!
So thrilled to hear that, Noreen! Glad you’re enjoying it 🙂
Can we freeze these dishes?
This has become a staple in our house! I’ve also made it for company multiple times, and everyone loves it! So good and easy!
I’m so happy to hear that, Jennifer! One of my fav meals, too 🙂
This is such a good meal! Made it veg/vegan by using chickpeas and my husband and I loved it! Didn’t change anything else about the recipe, added broccoli, red pepper and carrot! Reheated beautifully the next day with a splash of almond milk. Thanks for a new favorite!!
SUCH a great idea to use chickpeas in here! So happy that you loved it!!
This was delicious and will definitely be a staple from now on. My 1.5 year old loved it and had seconds. I omitted the Sriracha when plating hers but then added it in for my husband and I. Thank you for another great recipe, Monique is always my go to for family friendly dishes!
Oh I’m so glad that you guys all loved this one, Breanna!! Yay!
Made this today for the first time, won’t be the last. My boys loved it too, creamy, spicy, nutty goodness, all in one pan. What’s not to love?!?
I’m SO happy you guys all loved it, Tara! Isn’t it the best weeknight din?!
This was so delicious, super creamy and flavorful. The fact that it’s one pan makes it that much better!
One pan meals are so amazing, right?! I’m glad to hear you loved it! 🙂
So delicious and flavorful! Another great recipe! Thank you
You’re welcome, so happy you loved it!
Ultimate comfort food! Use whole fat coconut milk as it’s always in the house. Most creamy dish.
So easy and so good! Love the use of couscous for a different take on stir fry. Makes for a great texture and very filling. Makes great leftovers too!
Delicious but a lot to prep! I def don’t have any issues making it on the weekends but it’s a lot for a week night. Would love a slow cooker or instapot version. Everyone in my family loved it!
This recipe was the first time ever for me to try pearl couscous, and since then, it’s one of my favorite grains. LOVE the peanutty, rich flavor and creamy texture of this recipe .. cannot wait to make it again!
This is probably my most favorite meal I have ever made with my own two hands. I’m a big fan of spice so added the paprika but probably will honestly add even more next time. Love a good spicy peanut chicken dish and this one tops any I’ve had in a restaurant.
Another delicious recipe- I used noodles instead of couscous because I am a noodle fiend but that’s the only change I made. This was so comforting and creamy and I will make it again ❤️
This was a pretty quick meal to make and my family enjoyed it. I will make it again!
So glad you guys loved it!
This is such an amazing dish. We subbed the chicken with tofu, and was so tasty. Will do it again for sure!
Nice, tofu’s such a great protein sub in here! Happy you guys enjoyed it!
Delicious! I always go here for amazing meals for the family. I’m usually not a coconut milk fan, but this added with the PB is a hit!
Flavor blast! Easy peasy to make and full of flavor. Can’t wait for the leftovers tomorrow. I actually used rotisserie chicken because I bought one to make Monique’s Best Chicken Soup & mama needs so short cuts this weekend. Was so so perfect.
This recipe was delicious!! I couldn’t find the pearl couscous at my local grocery store so I ended up using the kind thats texture is more like grits. I will order the correct couscous for next time- but in a pinch it was still delicious!
That’s a fine swap! I prefer the pearl texture, so hope you can try it with that soon. Happy you enjoyed the recipe!
Wow. This is amazing. I think I bought the wrong couscous but this was still so delicious and packed with Thai flavours. I will be making this again. Thanks for such a great recipe !
Haha glad it still tasted amazing! Thanks, Nelly 🙂
WOW this recipe is SCRUMPTIOUS. Ive had it for 4 meals in a row now and I’m so sad I finished it all!! I used crunchy PB, which added more texture. I would also recommend adding the bell peppers and broccoli into the pot when you’re closer to being done so the veggies don’t get too soggy. The added cayenne gave it the perfect kick!!! Highly recommend topping it with the roasted peanuts as well. 10/10!!!!
Yaaaay! I’m so thrilled that you’re loving it, Megan 🙂 And good call on the veggies.
AMAZING! I waited until the last few minutes to add the red pepper because I like them to have a little crunch. The cayenne adds the perfect spice. When I meal prep this I use already cooked shredded chicken to save some time and it works great. Delicious recipe and I make it all the time!
I had been eyeing this recipe since it is reminiscent of the Spicy Thai Peanut Chicken Sweet Potato Noodle Stir Fry which is one of my favorites and finally made it over the weekend. Per my hubby, this is now one of his new favorites! Wonderful flavor and great mixture of veggies, carbs and proteins to make it the perfect meal! I only had full fat coconut milk which made it extra creamy and I always tend to be heavy on the veggies. Only complaint is the prep can take a lot of time, lol, but once that was done, the meal came together quickly with only one pan to clean! Love it!
I’m so glad that you guys love this one! Glad it was worth the prep time 🙂
So easy and fresh! I love this recipe.
This was a perfect cold day dinner! So creamy and comforting. My ten month old baby even had a huge portion!
Love that!! Happy you guys enjoyed it 🙂
This looks fabulous and perfect to make next week after all the holiday indulgences.
Yes, so nourishing!
So good. My 6yr and 1yr ate it for dinner earlier in the week. I’m making it again tonight!!
I’m so glad you’re all loving it — yay!!
One-pan Thai peanut chicken couscous was delicious. Everyone loved it. I managed to find right Israeli couscous and yes, perfect texture. I used carrot matchsticks instead of sliced carrots to save time. It made a perfect presentation. I made Asian cucumber salad as a side. Perfect match. Thanks! Lynn
I’m so glad you all loved it! And that Asian cucumber salad on the side sounds amazing 😍
So easy and so damn flavorful. My husband was skeptical and now is obsessed.
Oh I’m SO glad you both love this one, Alexis! Yay!
Wow!!!! New favorite hands down. Super simple especially if you have your chicken prepped ahead of time. 😮💨
Omg thank you! I’m so happy you loved this one 🙂
I wanted to make this for meal prep this week and am so happy with how it came out. It came out with just enough for 5 dinners for me (which is awesome). Really nice balance of the PB flavor and not too spicy at all (without the Cayenne) for someone like me who isn’t always a huge fan of HOT food. Texture is BOMB with the couscous. Thanks so much Monique!
This was amazing and flavorful. My 6 year old gave it 2 thumbs up. He loves broccoli and peanut butter and he thought they were so good together. It wasn’t overly complicated and the instructions were simple to follow. I love that it’s packed with veggies.
Amazing!! So happy you all loved it and that it was easy to follow. Thanks for the review, Kristen 🙂
My husband eats everything, he didn’t eat this. The texture wasn’t good either. I tried to salvage it. It needed acid so I used lime juice, sweetness so I added monk fruit “sugar” and needed salt, not more soy sauce. Onion would’ve helped too. The idea was nice but I followed the directions perfectly and then tried to adjust to save it. I had green onion and cilantro and it still was not good.
So sorry you guys didn’t love this one! I’m surprised because it’s a popular recipe, but I appreciate the feedback 🙂
These are great with a splash of lemon juice and cilantro on top. Brings it up a notch!
Such great additions at the end! Love it! So happy you enjoyed this recipe 🙂
This has become a staple in our house. So delicious!
I’m so glad you guys love it! Thank you!
Delicious! I used regular couscous because that’s what I had on hand and it turned out great! The veggies were a little crisp still so maybe next time I’ll chop them up smaller or maybe cook a little bit longer. Thanks for a great recipe!
So glad you loved it, Marie! The veggies may have just needed a little more time. Happy the regular couscous worked well, though!
Really great recipe! It was easy to follow, included a bunch of veggies and didn’t involve a lot of dishes so clean up was easy! Best of all- the whole family ate it! This will definitely be added into our dinner rotation!
Delicious! The family loved it! My 9yo son wasn’t sure when he looked at it (this is a recurring theme), but after the ole “try it before you judge it” line- he gobbled it up! AK is our go-to for family recipes. Thank you for nailing the ingredients & flavors!! Makes me enjoy cooking!
Hahaha I’m SO glad he ended up enjoying it 🙂 Thanks for the review, Jessica!
LOVE this recipe! Definitely saving to make again, but I would note that it took me longer than 50 minutes total — maybe I’m a slow prepper! 🙂
This recipe was a huge hit. I left out the chili paste so that it wouldn’t be too spicy for my 18 mo but my husband and I simply added it at the end and everyone loved it! So easy and love that it is one pot.
Ahh this is amazing. SO glad you all are loving this recipe. I appreciate your comment ❤️
This sounds amazing and I plan to make it next week! One suggestion I have for this and all your printable recipes: please add the suggested storage time to the final step of the instructions or in the Recipe Notes section. There is just the 2 of us, and becoming lighter eaters as we get older, so having an idea of how long the leftovers can be refrigerated would be very helpful!
This dish was amazing! We switched out spinach for the broccoli but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. We’ll definitely make it again!
You always create the most yummy recipes! I am gonna try this with the quinoa, since that’s all I have on hand, I can’t wait to taste this!
With bold flavors of peanut, spicy Thai chili sauce, and savory chicken, this dish is sure to be a hit with the whole family! The couscous provides a hearty base for the peanut chicken and gives the dish a unique texture. Loved your recipe!!
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Delicious and easy to make! Followed the steps as described and it turned out great. I ended up using a Dutch oven to cook it all in and couldn’t be happier with the result. I let it cook in the Dutch oven for 16 minutes and then simmered uncovered for 7 minutes. Tastes incredible! I’d make sure the soy sauce, garlic, peanut butter and ginger are added generously since all the flavour comes from these ingredients
Absolutely delicious! Full of so much flavor. Loved it!
GENIUS! No Siracha on hand and prefer a milder dish but BOY the flavor! One pan, too! Easy assembly. THANKS!
I was so looking forward to this. So many great reviews. Mine seemed like way too much peanut butter. So heavy and way too rich. It didn’t come out looking like the pics either. Just beige mush😥
I usually love your recipes!
I am sorry to hear this one didn’t turn out as you had hoped, did you change anything about the recipe?
Do yourself a favor and make this incredibly delicious meal! I followed the recipe as written , except I did not include hot sauce. I used all the garnishes. The layers of flavor are fantastic! We all loved it! I love every recipe I have tried from AK but this one really hit it out of the park! Yummy!!!!
Ahh thank you so much! Glad this recipe is hit ❤️
We absolutely love this recipe, it’s become a fried and true favorite at our house! I sub half the peanut butter for PB2 (less fat and I have too much of it in the cupboard), which I recommend if you have it!
Sooooooooo good!! I had saved this when it popped up on your story a little bit ago and finally had time to make it. I’m a teacher and my coworker walked into my room during lunch the other day and smelled it, and asked me to send it to her because it looked so good! She made it that night for dinner :)!!!
To die for. Made this for my BFF’s birthday. She loved it so much so she made it for her and her hubby. Yum yum.