So, I have another chicken recipe for you and it is DELICIOUS!! Another quick and easy recipe that you can use your boneless, skinless chicken breasts with, or any meat for that matter. My family loves it and it's even better the next day. We ate it for supper one night, and then again for lunch the next day and O.M.G., the fettuccine had time to sit in that butter and garlic all night long and it was heaven! So go ahead, try it and I promise that you will love it too!
I took boneless, skinless chicken breasts and washed them and seasoned them up with salt and pepper.
Then I started my butter and garlic sauce that only took literally about two minutes. Melt the butter, heat the garlic and add the brown sugar.
I mean, ok I'm done. I could just get some bread and be done with this whole thing!! Anyway, back to the actual recipe, take this sauce and pour it over your already seasoned chicken. Make sure cover every piece. I literally took a spoon and spooned it over each piece to make sure they all got some of that sauce on them and weren't left out.
Look at that garlic on top of that chicken, and all of that sauce in the bottom of the pan. Ok, anyway, doesn't take much to distract me! Put the chicken in the oven and bake for 20-30 minutes (depending on how much you have in there - my pan was pretty full). While this bakes, I started cooking my fettuccine....and suffered through the amazing smell.....but! Alas, it didn't take long before this chicken was cooked!!
And check out these pans….they are Copper Chef and I love them!!! I had seen all the hoop la about how they are non-stick….well they are non-stick. They are what they advertise!
How pretty is that? I mean baked chicken goodness, with that garlic and butter. It's really a shame you can't smell through your computer! Anyway, to the finale! Y'all, look how pretty this is! Like too pretty to eat but NOT to pretty to eat! My family loved it, I used 3 pots and pans and it was even better the next day. Win/win in my book! Please try this and let me know what you think!