I’m very excited about today’s post and partnering with some very talented bloggers and Paleo mom’s, Stacy at Paleo Parents and Jenni at Urban Poser.

Stacy reached out to Jenni and I and we all tossed around some ideas and decided to each feature a “course” to give you a full New Years Eve menu.  I’m featuring an appetizer with these Sundried Tomato Herb Chicken Sliders surrounded by a Paleo Herb Bun.  Jenni took on the main course of a chicken pot pie – which sounds amazing!  I haven’t had chicken pot pie since cutting gluten out last January so I’m excited to try her recipe.  And the wonderful Stacy did a dessert – a take on Jenni’s marshmallows, a S’more Marshmallow! Yum!

Here is a glimpse at these fabulous ladies recipes.

Jenni at Urban Poser used leftovers to make an amazing looking main course, Chicken Pot Pie.  Can’t wait to try this!

Warm, savory and the perfect match to a cold winters day…Try this grain free rendition of the classic ‘Pot Pie’. These personal sized pies are chock full of hearty chicken, seasoned vegetables, and thick (grain free) gravy. Then they’re topped off with a flaky almond flour crust, just like my Grandma used to make…only better for you!

Now for Stacy’s fabulous dessert of Marshmallow S’mores….can you say YUM!  A great end of the year treat for your New Year’s Eve!

These marshmallows won’t have you missing anything. Especially the sticky burning goo on your fingers. Or the smoke in your eye. But, if you’re into that sort of thing, by all means – eat them beside a bonfire and let the chocolate melt in your hand instead of your mouth! But first, you have to make them…

Click the links and head to their sites for the full recipes!  You won’t be disappointed, I promise!

 Now to skip to the front of menu to the appetizer.  Here is the recipe for my Sundried Tomato Herb Chicken Sliders with Paleo Herb Bun with a Garlic Herb Aioli.

Sundried Tomato Herb Chicken Sliders

1 pound ground chicken

1/4 cup sundried tomatoes (packed in olive oil), chopped

2 slices bacon, just cooked and crumbled

1 teaspoon fresh thyme, chopped

1/2 tablespoon fresh basil, chopped

1 teaspoon fresh garlic, finely minced

1/2 teaspoon sea salt

1/4 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper

Paleo Herb Buns

Fresh Baby Spinach

Garlic Herb Aioli (optional), recipe below

To make burgers:

Heat a nonstick grill pan over medium high heat.

In a large bowl, add chicken, sundried tomatoes, bacon, thyme, basil, garlic, salt and pepper.  With a fork combine the ingredients make sure not to completely over work the slider mixture.

Form mixture into small sliders and place on the preheated grill pan and grill sliders for 3 to 4 minutes on each side until slider is cooked through.

Garlic Herb Aioli

1 egg

1 tablespoon fresh squeezed lemon juice

1/4 teaspoon ground mustard powder

1/2 cup avocado oil

1/2 cup light olive oil

1/2 tablespoon garlic, minced

1 tablespoon rosemary, minced

1/2 tablespoon fresh basil, chopped

salt and pepper to taste

To make aioli:

In a food processor, process egg, lemon juice, and mustard powder.

Slowly add the avocado oil and olive oil while processing to fully emulsify.  When the oil has all emulsified and you have a creamy mayonnaise, add salt and pepper, and continue to blend

Add garlic, rosemary, and basil and process until smooth.

So there you have it folks, a “Trifecta” post with some very special ladies for a NYE Menu.  Now go and check out these recipes!  And most importantly HAPPY NEW YEAR!!  See you back here in 2012 for another fun filled year of recipes.

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17 Responses to Delicious Urban Parents NYE Menu

  1. [...] all the full recipes please head over to Multiply Delicious HERE and scroll down to find everything you need to be able make your own Paleo Sundried Tomato Herb [...]

  2. Matt Lucas says:

    I just wanted to let you know we featured this recipe as our Meal of the Day for today on The Foodee Project. Thanks for creating such a beautiful dish! Happy New Year!

  3. MDelicious says:

    Thanks so much Matt! Foodee is the best and I appreciate you featuring the Delicious Urban Parents NYE Menu.

  4. Kristin W. says:

    I made the Sundried Tomato Herb Chicken Sliders with Paleo Herb Bun with a Garlic Herb Aioli last night for dinner and eating the leftovers right now for lunch…..LOVED THEM! Loved the buns, loved the Aioli, loved the chicken sliders so good. Only change I made was to leave the rosemary out of the Ailoi, not the hugest rosemary fan so I decided to just put it in the buns…..so good yum!

  5. [...] We chatted through a couple emails and in one of the emails she had the brilliant idea of doing a Paleo New Year’s Eve post.  I couldn’t resist and what fun it was!  Also in the emails Stacy and I talked about the [...]

  6. [...] Sundried Tomato Chicken Sliders [...]

  7. Ashley says:

    This looks sooooo good! YUM

  8. [...] 2. Herb Chicken sliders on paleo herb buns. They were really good too! They are from Multiply Delicious too. Here is the link: http://www.multiplydelicious.com/thefood/2011/12/delicious-urban-parents-nye-menu/ [...]

  9. [...] cup Paleo Mayo (use this recipe minus the garlic and [...]

  10. Vanessa says:

    My husband and the boyz , including myself, loved it! Thank you so much for the recipe. It is a keeper that is for sure.

  11. Terrie says:

    If I don’t have avocado oil, what would you recommend as a substitute?

  12. MDelicious says:

    You could use light olive oil, which has a lighter flavor than traditional olive oil. You could also use macadamia nut oil.

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