Thursday, July 10, 2014

Cheesy Chicken and Rice Food Porn From IWS!

Holaaaaaaaaaa y’all! As you probably know, I’m quite the culinary genius. Okay, maybe genius is going a bit too far. That word is reserved brilliantly creative cooks like Matt-Man and his “Hot Dog, Tuna and Chili Supreme Pizza” masterpieces. Also for people like Sandra Lee who is sooooo much more than a “seems like if I just flatter her for a few minutes and get her to finish off three drinks I’ll get lucky” lush. Her food assemblies creations are AMAZIIIIIIIIIIIING!

Last night I might have taken a very important step towards joining Matt-Man and Sandra though. As if often the case, my culinary delight came about because of a mistake. A mistake in the form of my inability to get everything I need at the store even when I make a freaking list! Anyhoodle, after realizing I didn’t have everything I needed, I made something up. Here’s what I made.

Cheesy Stove Top Chicken, Rice, Peas and Mushrooms Casserole!

Here’s the ingredients list …

1 lb Boneless Skinless Chicken Tenders
1 Cup Minute Rice
1 Can of Peas
1 Can of Mushrooms
A Handful of Shredded Colby/Jack Cheese
1 Cup of Chicken Broth

Drain the peas and mushrooms and then chop the mushrooms up. Put one cup of chicken broth in a covered medium pot along with the peas and mushrooms and heat them through and then bring it to a boil. Throw in the cup of rice, stir thoroughly, cover again and remove from heat for at least five minutes. (Unless you use fancy rice that takes lots of time and effort to make, in that case just figure it out.)

In a skillet pour a bit (just eyeball it) of vegetable oil to lightly coat the pan. Season the chicken tenders with some garlic powder and Cavenders (or whatever crap you use on chicken) and blacken those things on medium heat cause chicken has no real flavor to it. Be sure to turn the chicken over and season both sides evenly and keep flipping the chicken so it will cook up nicely on both sides.

Now, simply cut up a couple of the chicken tenders on a plate, pour a decent amount of the rice concoction on it and then grab a handful off the shredded cheese and cover it with as much as you like. Be sure to put the cheese on while everything is still hot so it will melt. Stir it all up on the plate to ensure even cheese covering to hold it all together and then TA-DAAAAAAAA:


Now you can eat it with your mouth. Mmmmmmmm! (I should have put more cheese on it.) It serves a few to several people depending on how much you eat and how hungry everyone is.




2 comments:

I'm With Stupid said...

There's a difference between your cooking and mine...Your's looks delicioso!! Mangia Jayman!!

Matt

I'm With Stupid said...

Matt-Man: IDK man. You've made some pretty tasty looking creations!

Jay