Sipping red wine, listening to the sultry voice of Chet Faker. Don’t know who that is? Start typing in YouTube! Anyway…sipping red wine, listening to the sultry voice of Chet Faker, chopping garlic, onions, and zucchini; drizzling olive oil, grinding salt, sprinkling the spices over it all. Yum. It’s gonna be good. I place the chicken breasts on top, and sprinkle the final doses of olive oil and Montreal Steak spice. Into the oven it goes, ready to be flipped in 15 minutes.
Ah yes. This day is good. Four minutes into baking, and the kitchen is s
tarting to smell great. Seriously, this recipe is yum, and really easy to make. May I add..that I made it up myself? I was browsing through Pinterest, and really couldn’t find anything that looked even close to what I wanted. I typed in #easy #supper #supperideas #quick. No success. I will call this The Fall Chicken. That’s a terrible name..I have no other ideas. How about you name it!? After you’ve tried it of course!
Serves 2 people, but you can multiply the ingredients to suit your needs, same time in the oven, no need to stress!
2-3 Cloves of Garlic chopped
½ White Onion Chopped
1 Zucchini Sliced Thick (green or yellow)
2 tbsp Olive Oil
2 Chicken Breasts
Montreal Steak Spice
Preheat oven to 350. Place chopped garlic, onion, and zucchini slices in a 1 inch baking tray. Drizzle overtop 1 tbsp of olive oil, generously sprinkle Italian Seasoning, and about 2 tsp of sea salt over top. Mix and add seasoning as needed. Next prepare chicken breasts, drizzle 1 tbsp of olive oil over chicken breasts, sprinkle and rub in Montreal Steak Spice. Place chicken breasts directly onto vegetables within the baking tray. Add just a few drops of water around the chicken breasts to add moisture.
Place in oven for 30 minutes, flipping breasts at 15 minutes. Add additional minutes as needed for your personal “browning” preference
While this is in the oven, prepare a light salad to go with your meal. I love using mixed greens with avocado, tomato, cucumber and poppy seed dressing. Wine pairing, anyone? I had Jacob’s Creek Cabernet Merlot. Enjoy!