Tuesday, May 26, 2015

French Dressing Oven Baked Chicken

The other night I was trying to come up with something quick to cook for my family. I had chicken thawed out. It seemed all I had left was a hand full of spices left to try and make the chicken taste like a new dish. Boy, was my family getting tired of eating the same old chicken dish. I had to try something different.

I decided to see what spices I have left. I grabbed sea salt, garlic salt, black pepper, Italian seasoning and paprika. I added equal amounts for each spice in a  bowl.

I was thinking what else can I add to make this meal taste different but craving for more. I looked in my cupboards and notice a bottle of red french dressing. I decided to add the whole bottle and mixed all the ingredients together. It looked good. Taste testing, it was good. I might be able to pull this dish off.

I dipped each piece of chicken in the mixture. I placed each piece in a clear glass dish. I used several dishes to add the chicken to. I made sure none of the chicken pieces were touching each other. The chicken looked good sitting in the glass dish. All I can hope is for the dish to turn out as yummy as it looks.

I placed the chicken in the oven at 425 degrees. I cooked it for 45 minutes. If you try this recipe, make sure you check the chicken to make sure it is completely cooked before taking a bite. As I am well aware different oven can take different times to cook. Plus, different size pieces of chicken can take longer to cook compared to others.

Rating this dish from 1 to 5. 5 being the best rating. I rate this dish a 5. My entire family loved it. There was no chicken left. My family was begging for more. This recipe will definitely be placed in my recipe box for another time. I bet it will taste even better cooked on the grill next time.

1 comment :

  1. I've been looking for a different way to cook chicken. This looks yummy - thanks for sharing!


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