Most of us have become pretty great home cooks since March, whether we wanted that expertise or not. But despite making more meals at home in four months than we’ve made in the past four years, we’re always looking to learn more tips, tricks and go-to recipes.
Mark your calendars because this Wednesday, Resource Center‘s Nutrition Coordinator Shanika Shorts and UT Southwestern Medical Center Dietetic Intern Whitney Mollenhauer team up to present a Zoom class for quick-and-easy chicken that anyone can accomplish with great results.
According to Resource Center, “weight loss and malnutrition continue to be common problems with HIV and can contribute to HIV disease progression. A healthy diet improves quality of life, and good nutrition helps the body process the many medications taken by people with HIV. Good nutrition helps keep the immune system strong, enabling a person living with HIV to better fight the disease.”
This healthy recipe utilizes ingredients that Resource Center clients can pick up from the food pantry and others can find from any grocery store via delivery or curbside pickup.
The entire meal takes less than 30 minutes to create, so there are no excuses for not trying it yourself.
And no need to panic, your food delivery apps will be there when you need them.