Sunday fun day, and today is no different. On Hetty’s kitchen today you will get some tips about a perfect Sunday dinner if you’re dining with family, friends or alone. This dish is great either way. Grab a cup of coffee and sit down for a bit, while reading today’s dinner tip.
Chicken fillet is something I cook a lot, it’s perfect when you’re dining alone, or if you’re having guests over for dinner. It’s so easy and so delish that you would want to make it every day of the week.
1 chicken fillet
vegetables of your choice
Sauce of your choice ( optional.)
Your favorite seasoning blend
How to make a delish Chicken fillet dinner without even thinking about it;
- Preheat the oven to 425 degrees. Season your chicken with you favorite seasoning blend. ( I used a Chicken & Stake seasoning mix.) Add some butter into an iron skillet. When the butter has melted add in the Chicken and let it get a golden color on each side before adding it into a casserole dish.
- When the oven is ready put in the chicken and let it cook for about 3 0 minutes. While the chicken is in the oven cook the rice and your vegetables as you please. When the rice is done, drained and put into a serving bowl; add in a tablespoon of butter. IT lifts the taste of the rice up sky high and it makes sure the rice doesn’t get sticky. If you’re planning on serving your dish with a sauce make sure to time to when the chicken is done.
- When the chicken is ready to add it to a serving plate and put it on the table with your rice, vegetables, and sauce of choice.
This is a super easy dinner tip that is perfect for any night of the week. During the summer you can easily switch out the rice with potato salad and the vegetables with a nice salad on the side. It’s so easy to customize this dish after whichever season or whether you’re cooking in.
I cook this dish in so many different ways all year around and I never get tired of it. It’s dish filled with flavors no matter the season. I hope you lvoe this as much as I do.
I hope everyone is having an amazing Sunday-fun-day and I hope to see y’all back here tomorrow for a new post.
Coming up tomorrow; Food talk with Hetty; The Texan food culture.