This is super easy and quick, and while we were eating, we came up with 4 different ways to cook it next time, what we can add, what can be done differently.
What I used:
3 chicken breasts. 2 would have been enough.
2 small zucchini, cut into large chunks.
A big chunk of red onion, cut into large chunks.
1 Roma tomato that I will eliminate next time, quartered.
1 cup of broccoli florets that I totally bought in a bag.
I bell pepper cut into strips big enough that I would get the flavor but big enough to pick out.
A shake or three of Lawry's seasoning.
All you have to do is heat your oven to 450°, cut up the veggies in large chunks, throw them in a bowl, cut up the chicken into bite size pieces, I threw that into a second bowl, and then coated both veggies and chicken in EVOO, with the 5 seasonings, put them on a sheet pan, and baked for 17-ish minutes.
Now, everything was cooked to perfection except the tomatoes, they could have went 25 minutes or so. I thought about cooking them before hand next time, and adding/mixing them in later, but Scott doesn't like them, so I probably won't bother.
One of the ways we learned eating seconds is to add Mozzarella cheese.
Next time with 5 minutes to go, I am going to load this thing up with some shredded Mozz and let it brown.
Scott used what was left over and piled it in a Pita pocket with Mozzarella and shaved Parmesan.
I also ate the entire meal with this standing on my foot.
Oh, and why is it called Nine Finger? That's how many I had left after I chopped all of this mess up.
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