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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Chicken Caesar Salad

This is what I did with the rest of the chicken I bought at Trader Joes.  I saw this on Pinterest and thought I would try it out - you know I'm not a huge fan of chicken but I'm fairly impressed with how this turned out!

For the dressing - I used poultry seasoning from world market (any seasoning will do - whatever you're feeling!), plain greek yogurt (or sour cream or mayo), and garlic.

Mix all your dressing ingredients together in a bowl.  In a glass pan I drizzled olive oil and salt/pepper.

Then I laid the chicken pieces in - using tongs I flipped the pieces around to coat them in the oil and seasoning.  

Rub the dressing on top of the chicken to coat it - just the top.  Let the chicken sit like this on the counter or in the fridge for 20-30 minutes to marinate.

Right before you put it in the oven, top with parmesan cheese and a little parsley (for color).

Bake in the oven at 425 for 30 minutes.

Let the chicken rest / cool.  Once you can handle it - slice up a couple pieces and place on top a caesar salad.  

Or you could enjoy this over rice, or along side some roasted veggies, or on a plate of pasta.  Really the possibilities are endless with this simple dish!