Do you know about the freaky big chicken breast growing dealie?
If you want unprocessed food I don't think you have to go as far as raising your own chickens (unless you are into the whole *ahem* chicken choking feather plucking thing) but if less processed is better lets go back to the whole chicken. I'm horrible with math, can any of you tell me how much per pound y'all pay for skinless boneless chicken boobies vs. split breasts on the bone with skin? I don't mean to soapbox here, but it is ridiculous.
The other night I was super wiped out from wiping (precious) butts and (adorable) noses and just wasn't into culinary adventures. I also am trying to save money this month for some decorative things I do not need, so I wasn't going to order dinner in. Thus Lazy Mama Chicken. This is it.
I used Smart Balance spray for the baking dish, rinsed the boobies and dropped them in the dish. Then (wait, this is the
My other favorite Lazy Mama chicken is from Hillbilly Housewife. The original recipe I saw had you slice one onion and lay on top and shake 15-20 drops of hot sauce on all of it. (It never came out spicy!) I think it did taste like rotisserie chicken, but of course you throw out the skin, it is nasty looking. Which is good for my girlish figure of course. Give me baked chicken skin and I'll eat mine and yours too if you leave it for too long unattended.
You can thank Lazy ol me anytime. Eat up!