Today I had to talk about something different. So I chose one of my favorite topics, Food 🙂
Now this is kind of adapted from a recipe that Jill @ Teenage Bride gave me, but that’s because I couldn’t find one thing she was talking about, secondly when I got home my parmesan cheese was molded (both containers), YUCK! So I improvised and am still pleasantly surprised and pleased with the results.
So without further Ado,
First things first, rub each piece of chicken you are using down with the garlic. I actually ran my garlic through a press and then left some bits and pieces on each chicken breast as well, but either way you do it is fine.
Then you sprinkle with the Italian seasoning, covering each piece of chicken.
Now here I put Pimentos (couldn’t find the hot peppers in a jar Jill told me about :(…) so I spread a small handful across each chicken breast.
And I used cheddar cheese as opposed to Parmesan because… mold… yuck! That’s cheese is going to my neighbor’s piggies! 🙂 Sprinkle as little or as much cheese as you’d like.
And then top it with Italian dressing, or in our case we used Bruschetta Italian Vinaigrette.
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and bake for 40 minutes.
And here’s what it looks like out of the oven!
And serve with some green beans or your dish of choice (Jill said garlic mashed potatoes but I’m not allowed that yet… so I went with green beans) and Enjoy!
On another note, if you are a praying person, Please keep Joplin in your prayers. And this weekend is going to be very trying for the City and our state as a whole. If you want more info on my vagueness, please leave me a comment and I’ll be happy to email you back. If you don’t have your email linked up to get returned messages, please leave it for me or email me personally. And I will not get into talking religion either, but if you pray, please pray. If not, that’s fine too.
And also… MU (University of Missouri, Columbia) has created a “One Mizzou” t-shirt to help raise funds for the Joplin, MO area. If you are interested, the link is below.