6.1.09

simplicity

i simply love this dressing-brianna's all natural real french vinaigrette. not only is it delightful on salads, but also as a marinade, and drizzled over veggies. i guess you could say i wasn't blessed with the greatest portion of patience (something i'm working on), so when it comes to cooking i don't normally spend a long time preparing meals. i like quick, simple, yet delicious and nutritious meals. in this meal, i used brianna's on everything : )

Baked Chicken with Roasted Potatoes and Asparagus

you'll need (for two people):

2 large chicken breasts-cut in half lengthwise
2 medium potatoes
1 bunch asparagus (bunch? i don't know how you measure that)
grated parmesan
bread crumbs
s&p
olive oil
brianna's real french vinaigrette


1. preheat oven to 375. prepare by washing the potatoes and asparagus. cut the potatoes into small wedges and snap the ends off the asparagus (not the pretty part).
2. spray large baking sheet, then spread potato wedges evenly on it. drizzle w/olive oil, s&p, and parmesan. bake for 15 minutes.
3. grease deep baking dish and place all four pieces of chicken in it. drizzle generously w/brianna's (you could marinate them if you think of it ahead of time). sprinkle bread crumbs, parmesan, and pepper over the top. bake for 20ish minutes.
4. after 15 minutes, potatoes should be nearly done. add asparagus to the baking sheet tossing w/the wedges. bake everything for another 5-10 minutes, until they are golden on top.
5. when chicken is done, broil for 1-2 minutes until crispy on top.
6. drizzle a little brianna's over the potatoes and asparagus when serving and enjoy!

p.s. you'll have leftovers!

2 comments:

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Mas said...

This salad dressing is the best! Glad to know other people like it just as much, my fiance and I use it on everything.

I'm trying to figure out how to duplicate the recipe because at $4.59 or so it sure goes fast...