Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Easy chicken

Since I've been blogging about healthy eating, I thought that I would give some instructions on quick food. I'm going to start out with easy chicken.

Put it in a pan with water (I use filtered) in the bottom. Add salt, pepper or whatever to the water. Put it in the oven for an hour at 400 degrees or an hour and a half at 385. Periodically take a big spoon and pour the chicken water over the chicken. Check your oven, maybe like me, you have a setting where the timer on the oven can be set and shut off automatically for you.

Too easy, right?

Save the juices at the end. They can be used for soups, gravys or flavoring. Freeze if you won't use them within 24 hours.


  1. I like just giving the chicken a quick rub down in olive oil, and my favorite spices, and throwing it in the oven on broil. Quick, tastes great, and healthy:)

  2. Its generally ready in like 25 minuets or so. U gotta keep an eye on it.
    (I didnt say b4, but skin off of the chicken. that way it gets the actual flavor of the spices, and keep it covered so that the top doesnt harden).

  3. I also like to add Hungarian Parprika to my chicken recipes, some parsley is also needed.

  4. Sounds Yum Professor i will definitely try that. I would uncover it the last few minutes so that it gets a lil crisp.