Savory Garlic & Herb Chicken

Argh… Another long and exhausting weekend of plastering, sanding, painting, cleaning. The washer and dryer were working nonstop today. Oh, and our food insinkerator broke this weekend too, so we had to replace it with a new one. It started leaking from the bottom, glad I had my cleaning products in a plastic box underneath the sink, so the water was contained. Long story short, dinner had to be quick today again. So I bought 6 organic chicken breasts, and the items below:

Garlic & Herb Roasted Chicken

What I did:

I cut the chicken breasts into bite size pieces, washed them, blotted them dry with a paper towel and sprinkled A1 Savory Garlic & Herb Marinade Mix ( I used the whole packet).
Then I poured 2 tbl spoons of olive oil and about 1/4 cup of a white wine I had in the house.
I mixed the chicken up making sure every piece gets some flavoring.
No time to let the chicken marinade, so I heated up the over to 375 degrees and baked the chicken for about 15 minutes on a baking sheet.
Then I broiled it for another 5 minutes, flipped the pieces over and broiled for another 3 minutes.

Pasta is easy; pasta, hot water, salt, and I also add about 2 tbl spoons of olive oil, so the pasta doesn’t stick to the bottom of the pan (or to each other).

Canned beans are even simpler, open, sauté on medium heat for 5 minutes, serve.

Herb & Garlic Roasted Chicken 2

 

What is your favorite chicken recipe?

3 thoughts on “Savory Garlic & Herb Chicken

  1. Hehe funny, that same night I decided to cook chicken as well… without much experience. I was too lazy to wait at least 15 minutes for it to marinade (as internet says to do), so I cut it into small pieces, sprinkled with some rice vinegar, added crushed garlic, pepper and salt, and beat the hell out of the mixture with a wooden spoon (because I don’t have a meat beater ;)). Then it was the moment of truth. I put the while thing in the skillet and cooked until pieces were cooked thoroughly. It smelled really good, probably due to garlic, and tasted yummy too! But I wasn’t done yet… On a separate skillet I sautéed some onions and mushrooms, mixed them in with chicken and covered it all with Alfredo sauce. Served with pasta (duh!) and it was a success! Very fast too… Dad ate all of it, I only had a spoonful…

    1. Nice! Sounds delicious! I noticed that the meat tastes much better when you beat it with the hammer!
      Btw, now I know what to get you for Christmas. 🙂

  2. Does anyone out there have a good tilapia recipe that they would like to share with me? I would prefer baked recipes if possible.

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