Balsamic Chicken

This easy chicken recipe can also be referred to as one-pot chicken, it’s that simple! It has a delicious and thick balsamic sauce with pungent smell mixed with garlic. Enjoy with a side of brussel sprouts, green beans, or other vegetable side of your choice!

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The chicken I decided to use for this recipe was chicken thighs, not only because I personally like dark meat over white, since it is darker, it is usually moister, and boneless thighs are usually thinner than boneless chicken breast.

I also am going to start posting a poem per post from now on, so here’s the next one: (if you hate poetry, skip to recipe below)

This poem is actually food related in some sense, as it is an unrealistic and humorous account of the ‘danger’ of microwaves:

 

Microwaves Are Harmful POEM

By Michael Metzler Jr.

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Microwaves are harmful,

Don’t let anyone fool you,

They are full of electricity,

And worst of all; the flu

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But more than anything else

Microwaves are inactive

In good consumer reports

And also radioactive

.

So if you dare put food

In this hazardous box of metal

You may as well try something different

Perhaps munch on a rose petal

.

For if you use this thing

And from it hot food eat,

You are as good as dead

As an unused brown golf cleat.

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So if you own a microwave

If you bought it from a store

Please just throw it away at once

And we won’t bug you more.

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So for your information,

In case you want to clap,

Please try our new product:

A brand new Food-o-Zap!

 

End.

 

Recipe below:

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Balsamic Chicken recipe – – – – PRINT

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