Mustard Lime Chicken with Avocado Salsa: Guest Post by Jhuls @The Not So Creative Cook

*Please Note: This was a pre-scheduled post, as my hubby and I are enjoying some much needed rest and relaxation for a couple of weeks. Please do stop by and comment…just know that I won’t be able to reply for a while. I appreciate you all!*

Today you are in for a big treat! Why? Because the lovely Jhuls from The Not So Creative Cookย cooked for me and is bringing you a super fun recipe! Don’t yet know Jhuls? Please hop over to her blogย and introduce yourself! She is a wonderful cook….check out her Yema Cake…looks so rich and delicious! Or what about these sugar glazed doughnuts?! If you haven’t guessed yet, both Jhuls and I like our sweets! ๐Ÿ™‚

Here is a woman who has been super busy and feeling stressed, and yet my last minute (and believe me, it was last minute) ask for her to do a guest post for me didn’t sway her a bit! She instantly said yes. This alone says a lot about this dear woman.ย  In her own words, “I will always find time to cook, especially for a sweet friend like you.” Awe….thank you Jhuls!!

She is giving, thoughtful, funny, witty, sweet….did I mention funny?! This girl always has me laughing! She is a real treasure!

Okay, enough from me….here is Jhuls!ย 

After my guest post for Sonal @ Simply Vegetarian 777, I was not expecting another guest post invitation. Until one day, I received another invitation and it says: โ€œThe only requirement? Low-glycemicโ€ฆ no refined sugars.โ€ I think you know now who would require this. You still donโ€™t know? Who else? Lori @ Creating Beauty in the Kitchen. I will tell you again and again that Lori is such an amazing gal. She just rescued me and took me with her during Fiesta Friday #25 as I have not prepared anything and too shy to come. Sheโ€™s indeed an angel. โค

I am beyond happy and honored to be doing this guest post while Lori goes hiatus. And I am so, so happy to know that I am the first to do a guest post for her. Sheโ€™s also the first who did a guest post for me. How sweet! โค

Going back to the invitation, I have read that message around 4:00 AM as I just finished taking my pre-dawn meal for Ramadan and I told myself โ€œUh-oh! Low-glycemic and no-refined sugars? How would I do that?โ€ On that same moment (mind you, I didnโ€™t sleep yet and I still need to wake up at 8:00 for work), I searched for low-glycemic index stuffs and I found out that I mostly eat high-glycemic foods. ๐Ÿ˜€ โ€œSo what to prepare nowโ€, I asked myself. Still, I did not sleep โ€“ I searched for low-glycemic recipes. After searching for minutes, I wanted to slap my face. Why? Why? Becauseโ€ฆ why do I keep asking my dear BFF, Google, when I could find something from Loriโ€™s blog? โ€œAhhh! Finally, now I am thinking!โ€ ๐Ÿ˜€

I clicked and went for desserts (what else do you expect me to make?), but I was not yet ready to set aside my naughty ingredients. So, I went for dinner recipes.ย I was stuck in the middle of Mustard Lime Chicken with Avocados and Tomatoes, and Chicken with Avocado Salsa. My mind was struggling. I cannot choose. But then, a decision should be made. Hereโ€™s what I did: Mustard Lime Chicken with Avocado Salsa. Did you get it? ๐Ÿ˜‰ I took the chicken recipe from the first choice and took the avocado salsa from the second. ๐Ÿ˜› I just did very slight changes โ€“ I did not have Dijon mustard on hand, so I took 3 tbsp yellow mustard and 1 tbsp honeyโ€ฆ and I used ยฝ tbsp chili powder instead of 1. (Just click the given link to get the original recipe from our dear Lori.)

I am not sure how Loriโ€™s recipe tastes like, so I am not sure if this should be a little tangy or I did something wrong. Nonetheless, I loved the recipe. And Lori, this is my first time to eat Avocado Salsa, and I liked it. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Are Avocados supposed to be sweet?? I take Avocados, but only in smoothies. ๐Ÿ˜› So glad that the Avocado salsa did not turn into โ€˜wash and blendโ€™. ๐Ÿ˜€

If I feel courageous enough to sub my naughty ingredients, I will try baking some of your sweets. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Again, thank you so much, Lori, for this opportunity. I wish you a fabulous vacation. Please take photos and weโ€™d love to hear about it. We will surely miss you!

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Jhuls- I absolutely love that you combined two of my recipes, made a change or two and created a new one! Now that is creative thinking my friend! This sounds wonderful! And your pictures?! Gorgeous! You put so much thought into this…wow! And you made a low-glycemic recipe!! You go girl!! Thanks again Jhuls! I will be able to relax better during these couple weeks thanks to you!! โค

For some more wonderful creations made by Jhuls, visit her blog The Not So Creative Cook!ย 

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33 thoughts on “Mustard Lime Chicken with Avocado Salsa: Guest Post by Jhuls @The Not So Creative Cook

  1. Pingback: Mustard Lime Chicken with Avocado Salsa: A guest post for Lori | thenotsocreativecook

  2. Looks delicious. I always have trouble making chicken interesting without having to buy too many things but mustard and lime – I can get that! Thanks for the recipe ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Once again, the day is saved; thanks to the power puff Jhuls. ๐Ÿ˜€ Hahaha! Thanks, Sonal. But, I can’t even save my own blog. ๐Ÿ˜› Loads of love to you as well from me and Lori.

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  3. Mmmm! Yum! What a great post from two super creative bloggers. Lori, you really have to work on Jhuls to get her to change the name of her blog! Here she has really proven just how creative she is! Awesome recipe and photos! ๐Ÿ˜€

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