Monday, May 6, 2019

What's For Supper?

Italian green beans with sliced potatoes and pulled chicken. Smell that?

When left to my own devices, I am capable of rummaging through the kitchen cabinets and throwing together a thing or two for supper. For this recipe you'll need the following:

2 cans HyVee cut green beans, drained
2 cans HyVee sliced white potatoes, drained (or whole small fresh ones)
1 to 1 1/2 cups Tyson pulled chicken (precooked Tyson frozen or Tyson Premium White Chicken in a pouch both work well) *The pouch chicken is at Walmart. All other at Hy-Vee.
Gustare Vita Olive Oil
McCormick Garlic Powder (or fresh minced garlic)
McCormick Onion Powder (or fresh diced onion)
Tone's Italian Seasoning Blend

That's it. Salt and pepper to taste. I put a bit of olive oil in the Lodge iron skill (my favorite), dump in the drained green beans and the drained potatoes, sprinkle on liberal amounts of seasoning, add the chicken and a bit more olive oil, then turn on medium and cook. You could prepare it in the Crockpot, too, but cook it on low and stir often. It doesn't take long. It's pretty easy. This makes several servings. It is easily enough for 4-6 people. Serve it with hot rolls and some real butter and your family or friends, or both, will love you forever.

Note: I am not an affiliate of the mentioned or linked manufacturers, nor am I am affiliate of the retailers linked. I just wanted to share the recipe, at least virtually. You'll have to make your own, because I'm keeping this batch all to myself . . . at least for as long as it lasts.

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