Is that confusing to anyone else? Having 2 names in a name? Who’s dip is it? Dean’s or Rosa’s?? Hmm…
Regardless, I liked it. It was a nice change from butter. You use 2 tsp. of the mix (which is mostly dried herbs and garlic) and 2 Tbls of oil. Easy!
I am determined to ~find a recipe ~make my own bread dipping mix ~put it in the smallest mason jars I can find ~make a fun little tag with instructions and my name (not Dean’s or Rosa’s) ~tie it on with jute or bakers twine ~and give it away as gifts I’ll let you know when I do!
This grilled chicken is almost naked, but so flavorful! It is super simple, and perfect for topping salads or serving with rice pilaf. I got the “no-recipe recipe” from a relative (hi Shirley!) who is one of the best cooks I know and has the best recipes. Every time I have her chicken, I ask, “what did you season that with?” and every time she answers “just lemon juice, onion salt and pepper.” And I say “Oh, yea, I ask you that ever time, huh?” By making it myself tonight and writing this post, I am sure it will stay in my memory so I won’t ask her again! It tasted great for dinner tonight, I used it to make a Spinach Tortellini Salad and it was perfection.
Almost Naked Grilled Chicken 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1 lemon Onion Salt Pepper
~Slice lemon in half and squeeze 1/2 a lemon onto 2 breasts. ~Repeat with the other half of lemon. ~Sprinkle both sides of chicken breast liberally with onion salt and a bit of pepper. ~Let sit for at least 1/2 hour. ~Grill.
Can’t get much more simple than that, huh? This post is linked to: Sew Much Ado