Air Fryer Chicken Recipe!

If you are mad about chicken, then this is the way to cook it! I never thought an air fryer would be so convenient for me! I assumed things would come out dry, but they don’t! This chicken recipe is great and only takes about 18 minutes! I use:

4 chicken thighs

And drum roll… Montreal Steak Seasoning!

Set the air fryer at 400 degrees

If desired, you can brush a little olive oil on them first to make the seasoning stick and the skin a bit more crispy.

Then cook for about 18 minutes or when chicken shows as done with a meat thermometer! That is it!

If you want to cook chicken fast, not have it come out dry, make it healthy for you, then use this easy recipe! For a while, I was not eating meat at all, but now I do. Since changing back, I have loved chicken and sometimes lean hamburger patties cooked in an air fryer!

Loving you from here,

Dr. Rev. Jenine Marie Howry

Air fryer at 400 degrees
Air fryer

Memories, and Mom’s Macaroni and Cheese!

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I believe comfort food has its place. Usually, the foods we use as comfort are those that bring the best memories! For me, one was my mother’s macaroni and cheese! She used to make it in a large glass baking dish filled with elbow macaroni and warm melted cheese! Although pasta is white flour, sometimes we must have it! Now and then can never hurt. Rainy days and hot melted cheese seem to go together anyway. Those moments when mom cooked are moments I cherish now and love to duplicate when I can! So, macaroni and cheese it is!

Mom is no longer on earth, but I can remember her when I re-create the moments she began. When I go for new recipes, I like to access them on Here is the one for delicious macaroni and cheese.

This recipe has a nice crunchy topping, which reminds me of Thanksgiving for some reason. Sometimes I like to add a little sliced up chicken just to add some meat to the recipe. Its your choice! This recipe is nice and spicy but not overwhelming. Give it a try and let me know how you like it!

Loving you from here,

Dr. Rev. Jenine Marie Howry, PhD

**Recipe credit to Chris T.