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How many people take chicken out of the freezer and toss it in the fridge to thaw with absolutely no idea what they are going to do with it? I know that it can’t possibly be me. I do it all the time. I love chicken in certain recipes, but sometimes I don’t want to make a salad or a casserole with it, and I don’t really want to just chomp into a chicken breast either. Over the years I have learned how to season them so that they are good, but that gets boring after a few times in a month. One day when I was flipping through an old recipe book that my mom had given me, I came up on this baked chicken that had my Aunt Janet’s handwriting all over it. She was always a good cook, so I knew it was going to be spectacular.
I grabbed up all the ingredients that I didn’t have in the house already on my next trip to the supermarket. I made this for dinner when I looked in the fridge and saw the dreaded chicken sitting there. When my husband asked what we were eating, I could see the disappointment in his face when I replied chicken.
That all changed the second this came out of the oven. He was hovering around the kitchen already, that’s how I can tell he’s getting hungry, and when this was done, he went and sat at the table right away. It was by far better than my chicken!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Spend With Pennies.
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Quick Tip: Serve with potatoes, in a sandwich, or with a salad.