So I'm going to make this quick but there's always the slight possibility that someone out there might be frantic for an idea and in dire need of some dinnertime guidance.
Here's what I suggest:
Take a few chicken breasts and line them up in the center of a 9 x 13 baking dish.
To the left (or right) (whatever) of said chicken place some new potatoes cut up into pieces.
To the right of the chicken (or left) (whatever) dump some green beans. These would be preferably fresh beans you picked up at the Farmer's Market from the nice lady who picked them that very morning. Or not. Frozen Kroger beans would probably work, too.
Sprinkle a packet of dry Ranch seasoning on top of the meat and veggies.
Pour a stick of melted butter over the hole shebang.
Cover with foil and bake for at least an hour at 350 degrees. I left it in the oven for closer to an hour-and-a-half. But that's just because I like my potatoes to be on the tender side. You can do whatever you want.
Heat up some Sister Schubert's dinner rolls in the oven with a dollop of butter atop each and every one, and eat until you are filled up and completely satisfied.
And pseudo healthy.
And also yummy and satisfying.
NOTE: This is a variation on this recipe we found on Pinterest. We should thank Kate for being careless in reading the directions.
(Thanks Kate for being careless in reading the directions!)
Happy Friday :)