Chicken Variation #3: Simplicity

Posted on January 28, 2010. Filed under: easy, freeze, poultry, recipe | Tags: , , , |

Sometimes you’ll see a recipe that called for pre-cooked chicken. This is a simple way to do it. Cook a bunch, and keep them in your freezer. This way you’ll always have a base you can build on. (Or just squeeze a little lemon over it, and eat as it is. Nothing wrong with simple!)

Start with:
Chicken Breasts

Rub with:
Olive Oil

Dust with:
Garlic Powder

Bake in a 425 degree oven for 13 minutes, turning once.
Or grill it. High heat, same timing.

Great for:
Really Easy Soup
Penne Pesto with Chicken


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[…] prepared Chicken Variation #3. Simple as can […]

[…] Sometimes you have to change a dish a little bit. Perhaps someone you’re cooking for is a bit finicky, or, as in this case, they have a food allergy. This can freak out people with limited experience in the kitchen. People with a lot of experience might scoff at the idea of messing with what they know is the “right” way. This is stupid. A good cook shouldn’t be snotty about his or her recipes. Look at it as a chance to experiment. Change the flavor profile a little bit. That’s why I did with this. Goodbye pine nuts, hello walnuts. For the pesto, blend: 1 4oz. package Basil 1/4 Cup Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese 1/2 Cup Toasted Walnut Pieces 3 Cloves Garlic 1/8 Cup Olive Oil 1 1/2 Cups Milk Mix into cooked pasta and Super Simple Chicken. […]

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