Some nights (OK, 90% of the nights), I want to make a really easy dinner for my family that doesn't involve copious amounts of chopping, five million pots and pans, and at least that many dirty dishes to wash afterwards. I do resort to frozen pizza or fish & chips sometimes, but here's an easy supper that I've been loving lately. It's SO quick to prepare, and it's a lot healthier than lots of other fast suppers. This One Dish Chicken Dinner was a hit in our house, so I want to share it with you too.
This "recipe" hardly merits a post, but I was so happy with this dish that I knew I had to save it and share it here.
Here's all that you have to do:
Line one side of a casserole dish with chopped potatoes (I used red baby potatoes here).
Line the opposite side with green beans (I used thawed beans from my freezer).
Line the center of the dish with chicken breasts.
Drizzle the entire thing with a couple tablespoons of olive oil (you could also use chopped butter) and season as desired. I use Italian seasoning, pink salt and freshly ground black pepper.
Bake in a 350 degree F oven for an hour, and that's it!
Carrie @ Curly Crafty Mom
Wow, this looks so easy! And, this would be perfect, because my daughter loves potatoes hates green beans and my son is the opposite! LOL!
Wow! I'm going to have to try that! My kids love all of those foods, and so do I!