Found a quick and easy recipe in one of my new library books, Robin Rescues Dinner by Robin Miller. Can you believe I actually had ALL of the ingredients already?! I love when I find good recipes like that…Never like running to the grocery store for one random ingredient that I may never use again or spend too much money on. So this one really hit the spot!
Here are the ingredients:
- chicken breast
- maple syrup
- Dijon mustard
- Worcestershire sauce
- ground cumin
- heavy cream (I used regular milk)
- frozen corn
- frozen shelled edamame
In essence, you make a BBQ sauce with the ketchup, syrup, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, and cumin.
I used an old jar and shook it all up together!
You then coat the chicken with the sauce and bake it until the juices run clear!
I boiled some brown rice…
And steamed the corn and edamame in the microwave…
My Dad was in town for a night earlier in the week and dropped off an avocado…I couldn’t let that go to waste! So along it went on the plate with the rice and veggies.
I then heated up some of the remaining BBQ sauce and added a splash of milk. When I placed the chicken on the plate, the sauce followed!
This was a great, quick, go-to meal. I need to find a way to add a bit more flavor, but overall, a success! And you can’t beat a new recipe that uses at-home ingredients!