Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Let's Cook, Part II

During the winter months, I love to cook because I love comfort food.
It's cold, there's nothing to do outside,
so I try to make my inside days fun!!
This recipe was awesome.
I found it on Pinterest and have been dying to try it.
I love one pot meals!!
Here's the ingredient line-up.

2 Split Chicken Breasts
2 Lemons, 4 Cloves of Garlic
1 good handful of fresh Green Beans, trimmed
1.5 pounds of Red Skinned Potatoes
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
I tweaked this recipe for 2,
if you click on the link, the recipe is for four people.
Coat the bottom of the pan with olive oil,
top with one lemon, sliced thinly.
Mince 4 cloves of garlic.
Toss garlic with 5 tablespoons of Olive Oil
and the juice from your second lemon.
Stir her up.
All ingredients hit the bowl, get tossed in this
before heading to the roasting pan. 
A handful of Green Beans
Red Skinned Potatoes, I used 1.5 pounds.
Be sure and toss the Chicken in your olive oil mixture also.
Pour what's left of the EVOO mixture on top,
now she's ready for the oven...

Roast for 50 minutes at 450 degrees.
Remove the chicken from the roasting pan.
Place the beans and potatoes back in oven for 10 minutes
or until the potatoes are tender.
Place a chicken breast on each of  2 serving plates,
 divide the green beans and potatoes equally.
Serve warm.
This was really good.
Lot's of lemon and garlic flavor, nothing overwhelming.
I will make this again...
If the hubs can ever get the roasting pan clean!!

Do posts like this inspire you to cook?
Are you on Pinterest??
Pinterest really inspires me to cook, create and get organized!!


Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I just finished breakfast,but this does look mouth-watering good.

DeniseinVA said...

This looks like a great recipe. I will definitely give this a try. I love looking at the recipes on Pinterest but I missed this one. Thanks for sharing it :)

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

look delicious ... i love lemons ... the meal always feel so fresh & clean. not to heavy. i will be sure to write this one down. i've found it is tough to cook for 2 ... we always have leftovers for the hubby's lunch the next day. some times even for me. ha. ha!! ( :

Adrienne said...

oh, I will make this! And I love Pinterest - it really has gotten me cooking again...or I should say, trying new recipes! Will repin form your board!

Beth said...

This looks so good! Thanks for the recipe!

Judy said...

Now that one looks so good!! Except I would have to get a chicken leg for myself...

Karen said...

Looks yummy. I own over 70 cookbooks, so I cook every day. I don't need Pinterest.

Bev said...

Yummy!!! looks and sounds wonderful!!

grammie g said...

Hi Debbie...Holy crap that looks delicious, but a little less garlic for me ; ) Had to cook for just little old me..well little no scratch that ..old yes!!
Yes I do pintrest...see all kinds of things I want to try, but never seem to get to do them, but gives me all kinds of ideas,and it is inspiring,which is good!!
Whew made it through this comment!!

Gillian Olson said...

Looks really good, makes me hungry, I don't know if that will equate to getting into the kitchen though, lol.

TexWisGirl said...

looks delish, tho i'd never make it. :)

S. Etole said...

This both looks and sounds delicious.

A Journey Called Life said...

Looks so good, I can almost smell it! Yum! I will definitely be trying your recipe!

Buttons said...

Well I am not sure if cooking posts inspire me to cook but they sure inspire me to eat. I wish you lived closer and I would have been there to help wash the dishes and eat:) Looks and sounds delicious.B

Miss Debbie said...

Sounds good! I am just getting started on we will see how I do!

eileeninmd said...

Debbie, you could be the next Giada or Rachel Ray. Your preparation looks as good as what I see of the Food Network. Sounds yummy too. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Brian King said...

Wow, that looks good, Debbie!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

I have never checked out Pinterest, but this recipe looks wonderful and it's one I plan to try using a package of chicken thighs, thanks Debbie.

Ellie said...

Mmm Debbie, I can just about smell the delicious aromas coming from this dish. Looks really tasty! :)

Angie said...

Yummy, this looks great! I am a HUGE FAN of one pot meals. I'm constantly trying new things from Pinterest too. I get bored of eating the same things over and over :)

Susan said...

Wow, I'm gonna have to make this. Looks so good! said...

I love collecting Pinterest recipes, but then for some reason I never try them. I really do have to stop being so lazy... Thanks for sharing and inspiring me ;)