This chicken was so delicious, and quite easy to make. I put some Stove Top stuffing into a bag and crushed it into a fine powder. Then, I dried off my clean, raw chicken with paper towels and threw it into the bag with the stuffing powder. I shook it around (Shake and Bake! And I helped!) until the chicken was totally covered — no dredging in any milk or egg or anything. Then, I cooked the chicken in a pan over medium heat.
Meanwhile, I was cooking rice… I always do a little more than twice the liquid as rice. So for a cup of rice (uncooked), I’d use two and a half cups of liquid. Bring it to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer, covered until the rice soaks up all the liquid, stirring occasionally. Maybe I should do a “how to cook rice” comic like my “how to boil eggs” one. Anyway… I also gave the rice a shot of lemon juice as it was cooking.
When the chicken was done, I covered it to keep it warm (on a plate) and dumped some chicken broth into the skillet. To make a glazey gravy, I added lemon juice and soy sauce, then a slurry of corn starch and cool water. I stirred it until it was thick and shiny.
The gravy is delicious over both the chicken and rice. And green beans were a nice side.
This was a delicious and quick meal. I can’t imagine how it would end up in ERROR, so give it a try!