Friday, February 6, 2015

Grilled Chicken, Augratin, and Biscuits

   For the chicken, either pick your favorite marinade and let it bathe in that for about 30 minutes or try something like this.  Use lemon pepper seasoning and sprinkle over the chicken.  Or, in a large ziplock bag, put about 1/2 c of olive oil, 1/4 c of vinegar, and about 2 tsp of poultry seasoning in the bag.  Put your chicken in there and close the bag.  Try to get as much of the air out as you can.  Allow the chicken to marinade in that for 30 min.

   Once your chicken is ready, fire up the grill and cook until the outside is a golden brown and inside is fully cooked.

Augratin Potatoes:
   I know some people probably don't consider this cooking, but I do.  I usually just use the "Betty Crocker" box and follow directions on that.  If I find a great recipe that is simple, easy, and yummy, I will post that later!

    Again, this may not be cooking to you, but I am just terrible at making bread of any kind, so this is what I do. . .  Get the "Pillsbury Home Style Biscuits" and use one of these 2 versions.
   1.  Melt about 2 tbsp of butter in a pie pan at 350°.  Once it is melted, sprinkle some garlic powder over the top of it.  Take the biscuits one at a time, stick in the butter, then turn over and leave.   Do this to all of them until all 10 are in the pan.  Sprinkle the tops with parmesan cheese.  Cook for about 10 min.
   2.  Do the same thing as in version 1, but do not add the garlic powder or the parmesan cheese.  You can add jam at dinner or just eat them plain like this.  
    Either version is really good so you won't go wrong.


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