Thursday, August 13, 2015

Broiled Garlic Chicken

My loves, who's watched Sons of Anarchy? Can I just say that I love that show? That I can totally watch it over again! Yes I'm late but I got here.

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In early July when my grandma had her spill and I was running around a bit nutty I found comfort in watching this series on Netflix. I watched seven seasons in less than two weeks because on some days I would get in at least four episodes. Yes it may seem a bit much to some but Jax just grabbed my attention and I couldn't let him go!!! SOA!!! great writing, great stories and amazing actors. 

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(omg that face AND an accent? yes, yes and yes!!!)

Any way...on one of my afternoons of SOA watching I made the following for lunch

Thursday's Treat...Broiled Garlic Chicken!
Ingredients:
-chicken cutlets
-soy sauce
-pepper
-butter
-garlic knots


Preheat toaster oven, lightly spray some PAM on a baking pan and set aside. I added 2 tbs of butter, 2 tbs of Soy sauce, 1/4 tsp of pepper and 3 garlic cloves cut into small pieces into a small bowl and placed in microwave for 30 seconds. I placed my pieces of chicken in bowl and mixed well for several minutes. I then laid pieces out with few garlic chunks on top and placed in toaster oven on broil setting for 20 minutes. Halfway through I drizzled some more of my sauce on chicken just to maintain moist and flipped to the other side.

After 20 minutes I removed and served with Avocado, Plum tomatoes and Spinach. Hit the spot quick and easy and I didn't miss a beat on my show!!!

Enjoy, 
Always stress free xo.

8 comments:

  1. Sorry, but I have never watched that show, however, I am "crushing" on this chicken recipe!

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  2. Phew, glad you had something quick and easy to make so you didn't miss a minute! Thanks for joining us on Oh My Heartsie Girl Wordless Wednesday!

    Shellie
    www.thefabjourney.com

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    1. Shellie welcome! Glad you enjoyed the quick treat. I follow you already via email always lovin the cute outfits :) chat soon.

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  3. I love cooking in my toaster oven instead of turning on the conventional oven especially in the summertime, so I am delighted that you shared this easy, healthy and delectable recipe with us at the Plant-based Potluck Party. I'm pinning and sharing.

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    1. Deborah I am in love with my toaster oven for sure. Easy go to in the warm days or any day for that matter lol glad you liked :)

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  4. Hi, Mari ~ MMmmm, this sounds yummy! And glad it came together in a flash so you could get back to Jax! :0) Thanks for sharing at the Merry Monday Link Party!

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    1. Hey Tiffany thanks for stopping by and sharing your comments. Yes I was so glad too I love that guy lol. Have a great weekend :)

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