Chicken teriyaki, parmesan parsley potatoes, and salad
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Parmesan Parsley Potatoes:
- For a family of three, we sliced four small red potatoes on a mandolin at about 1/8” then coated the slices with about 2 T of vegetable oil.
- Next, toss with sea salt flakes and pepper pepper powder.
- Throw on a sheet pan and toss into a preheated oven at 420 degrees.
- Cook for 40 minutes.
- Make chicken (recipe below) and cook chicken for 25 minutes.
- When chicken is finished, remove chicken from oven and let sit.
- Kick the oven heat up to broil.
- Sprinkle the potato slices with a handful of parmesan cheese. Broil until toasty.
Trenton’s Teriyaki Chicken
- 1/4 c soy sauce
- 1 c water
- 3 T packed brown sugar
- 1 T honey
- 1 tsp grated ginger
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- 2 T cornstarch
- 1/4 c cold water
The How To:
- Mix the water, soy sauce, brown sugar, honey, ginger, and garlic powder over medium heat. Heat until heated. Duh.
- Mix the cornstarch and 1/4 c cold water until dissolved.
- Add to the sauce pan and heat until saucy.
- When cool to the touch, marinate your chicken thighs in the saucy stuff for about 5 hours.
- Remove from refrigerator about an hour prior to eating so chicken can come to room temperature.
- Place on a baking sheet.
- Preheat the oven to 420 degrees.
- Cook for 35 minutes or until chicken looks like it wants to be eaten.
- Remove and let sit while you finish the potatoes.
So, what’s it cost?
- 1/3 bag of red potatoes: $.66
- 6 chicken thighs out of a 10lb pack of chicken: $.96
- 1 carrot (of a 12 carrot-bag): $.08
- 1/6 cucumber: $.08
- 1/10 of large goat cheese log: $.60
- 2 beets: $1.25
- 1/4 c lettuce: $.10
Total: $3.73, or $1.24/person. Oh. And Trenton found a cool heart-shaped potato. Yes, that’s his happy face.