Posted by: Dawn | on April 18, 2016
This dish is so quick and easy to prepare; you will be thrilled with the results! My mentor, Martha gave me the base recipe. She is a woman who hosts so graciously and always prepares a feast for the eyes. The thing that resonated with me when she shared it was how simple it was. I love to put on a feast but I also need it to be very, very practical with the time frame that I have to give to the feast. I also want to enjoy my guests when they are in my home and this dish allows me to do both.
To do it on the freezer meal scale, buy enough chicken to feed your family for 4 meals.
Chicken pieces, I usually do approximately 8 thighs per pan
(don’t get too hung up on having the exact amount of chicken pieces; this recipe is very forgiving)
Salt & Pepper
Garlic Powder, can use up to 1 tsp I usually just sprinkle any amount on it 🙂
1 Packet of Good Seasonings per 8-10 pieces of chicken
Vinegar & Water
4 TBSP Butter
Set up four baking dishes. Add your chicken and then sprinkle each piece of chicken with 2 dashes of Worcestershire sauce. Salt and Pepper the chicken to your liking. Sprinkle garlic powder and Good Seasonings packet. Add 1/4 cup vinegar to the pan and 1/4 cup water. Slice the butter into thin pats and place on the pieces of chicken. Cover with foil and Viola you have 4 dinners ready to go. Bake at 375 for 60-90 minutes.
Cover the remaining 3 pans tightly with foil. Label the foil, “Sunday Chicken” and pop them in the freezer for a later day.
I love to pair rice with this dish because the pan drippings from the chicken make such a delicious sauce to spoon over the rice. If you find that your running out of liquid for the rice because your family likes it that well, just add another 1/4 of vinegar and water to your next pan before baking.