Leafy greens, meat, seeds and nuts are all foods that cavemen used to eat. Back in the day this food was hunted and gathered by our ancestors. While the methods have changed – most people now gather their food from the local grocery store or farmers’ market -- the eating trend has made a comeback. But what about those times when life gets busy and you are dining in a hurry?
You may think of Chick-fil-A’s Chicken Tortilla Soup as just a soup, and who can blame you? But Chef Angela Wadlington from Chick-fil-A’s test kitchen has other ideas. All it takes is a few extra ingredients and a slow cooker to transform a comforting soup to a crowd-pleasing dip!
Making soup at home can sound intimidating – but it doesn’t have to be! Try this Thai-inspired dish to get the refreshing flavors of coconut and lime in under 30 minutes. Created by Chick-fil-A Chef Brian Kolodziej, this recipe is simple to make and utilizes Chick-fil-A chicken and common pantry items.
With the winter months upon us, everyone is doing what they can to stay warm. Luckily, we have something on the menu that can help out – spicy chicken! There are 10 cities that love Chick-fil-A spicy chicken more than any other, judging by the percent of spicy chicken sales of the Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Spicy Deluxe Sandwich and Spicy Spicy Southwest Salad.
Baby, it’s cold outside. Fortunately for all of us, the chillier months also mean the return of the seasonal Chick-fil-A Chicken Tortilla Soup (available from November until March). Have no fear – warmth is here!