May, 2019

May 19, 2019

One Pan Greek Lemon Chicken & Potatoes

One Pan Greek Lemon Chicken & PotatoesI’m so excited to share this easy one-pan meal. It’s Mediterranean eating at its best… healthy, low fat, and full of flavor. The whole thing is ready in an hour so there’s plenty of time to steam some broccoli or make a salad.

When using lemon, it’s best to use a non-reactive pan like Pyrex. I found a 13 by 9 pan at the grocery store for 12.49. The marinade is really simple, using one large lemon but you can use more lemon if you like. Here’s how it looks before cooking:

Greek Lemon Chicken Recipe

I try to submerge as many potatoes into the liquid as possible so they absorb lots of lemon/garlic flavor. About 10 minutes before it’s done, I turn over the potatoes and chicken. Here is it after cooking:

One Pan Greek Lemon Chicken & PotatoesMost of the liquid will cook off and I use whatever juices are left, including the onions, to pour over the chicken for serving. I slice the chicken so the juices go inside all the slices. I love this easy recipe. They say the healthiest diet in the world is the Mediterranean diet and this is it! Click here for the recipe. – Jenny Jones

May 1, 2019

Your Photos (May)

It’s a thrill to see my recipes made all over the world. Thank you for your photos and for including where you are from. Please send your photo to: YourPhotos@JennyCanCook.com

JOHN (from Connecticut) MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD

My name is John and I live in Connecticut. This is my first time baking bread and it tasted amazing. I made this for the super bowl and it was everyones favorite. Thank for for this quick and easy recipe!”

~ Congrats on a successful first loaf. Thank you for sending your photo. ~ jenny

DONNA (from Indianapolis) MADE MY SIMPLE WHOLE WHEAT BREAD

Deliciousness! I made my first loaf of whole wheat bread last night.  It was tough to wait the 10 minutes to slice! I’m telling everyone to check out your website. Everything is easy peasy!!! – Donna Skinner Indianapolis, hometown Toronto.”

~ Thank you for the great photo. I have the same “waiting” problem. 🙂 ~ jenny

MARILYN (from Florida) MADE MY CINNAMON RAISIN BREAD

“Beautiful and tasty bread.  Thanks for sharing your recipe.  It was a hit with my husband who is not a fan of sweet baked goods.  I really enjoy watching your videos especially because you have helped me learn the technique of properly braiding bread.  I have finally perfected this process and am confident of my future success in creating various braided breads. – Marilyn  Russell “Lapetitchef,” Apopka, FL.

~ It turned out beautifully! Thank you for sharing your photo. ~ jenny

ERIK (from the Netherlands) MADE MY SIMPLE WHOLE WHEAT BREAD

Hi Jenny, I baked your wheat bread. I guess my pan is slightly larger than yours. The egg was cold and the milk not quit as hot as it should have been. It took an hour and a half to reach an inch over the edge. But after 30 mins on 190centigrade, I think it’s not too bad for a first attempt. Greetings from the Netherlands, Dronten City. – Erik Groothuis

~ The Netherlands! Woo Hoo! This “first attempt” looks perfect to me. Thank you for your fantastic photo. ~ jenny

RUBEN (from Puerto Rico) MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD

Hi Jenny! I want to thank you for your easy bread recipe. It came out perfect as described in your video. Can I add dry herbs like oregano and rosemary? If so when should I add them? Tks again! ~ Ruben from Isabela, Puerto Rico.”

~ Thank you for the great photo and you can add herbs at the beginning of the mixture. ~ jenny