How the crazy (oops, I mean creative) mind works in the kitchen

something with chickenI had everything ready to make Chicken Teriyaki. I had bought a pineapple last weekend, so it seemed like a good idea, right? But…

I put a little coconut oil in the pan. I rinsed the chicken and generously sprinkled it with garlic powder. Then I spotted the Mrs. Dash Extra Spicy Blend. I lightly sprinkled just a little of that on one side just for a little kick.

I cut up the green pepper and onion and set them in another pan to start grilling. I should have minced garlic, but I got lazy.

But somehow I just didn’t feel like soy sauce and rice. Do you ever do that?

I cut up the pineapple and threw it in with the peppers and onions just to heat through.

I cut up half of the chicken breast into chunks and threw it in.

Why not barbecue sauce?

I threw in just enough to coat everything lightly.

I ate the whole thing! It was really good. That’s right, I ate a whole green pepper, and a whole onion. Could be dangerous later…

It still needs work. I don’t know about your family, but it generally would not be¬†a good idea to feed each person a whole green pepper, if you know what I mean…

I was thinking it would be good with some golden potato chunks, but that adds a whole layer of more work. That’s why I don’t eat potatoes a lot. They are too much work!

You could serve it over rice and it would be OK, but I want spectacular.

Wait! I’ve Got It!

You know how with Chateaubriand they pipe the mashed potatoes and then broil it a minute to brown the top a little? Now that would be good!

What do you think? Do you have any suggestions?

And what should I call it?

I’ve got to go get the sheets out of the dryer. Let me know what you think!


 

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