Monday, February 21, 2011

A Blast from the past recipe and a Side Note









Hello everyone, I hope your President's Day is going well.  This week I am not putting up any new recipes, because my oldest child is home all week and there are things planned with Girl Scouts and friends moving and what not.  I just wont have the time to put up new recipes.  However I will go back through all my older recipes that you may or may not have seen and next week I will be back with new recipes.  I hope you enjoy and live, laugh and love.  Be warned that the format that I used for this older recipe is read a little different than how I do my recipes now.  




Hello everyone , thank you all for stopping by today. Lately its been so warm and everyone is out enjoying the weather swimming, fishing or just visiting family. Whatever the case may be I have a quick and easy recipe for one of those days where the last thing you want to do is slave over a stove. To start you will need 4-6 boneless skinless chicken breasts, a quarter cup of balsamic vinegar and one to one and half teaspoon of brown sugar. Mix the vinegar and brown sugar together in a bowl until the sugar dissolves, then take a zip lock storage bag or large bowl to fit the chicken and marinade into. Store in your fridge for about an hour or two. Its best to store over night if you can. Now when the chicken is through marinating, you can either grill it or use a grill pan that goes on your stove. Cook it until its done but leave it on your grill, next you will add on top of your chicken a piece of ham that is cut to fit the chicken and a slice of mozzarella sliced cheese. Cover your grill or your grill pan just until the cheese is melted. Take off your grill or grill pan and now you can either make sandwiches with it or dice it up and put it over a salad. My family and I like it just as it is with a few sides of veggies, maybe some rice or a nice salad. Serve it with a icy cold glass of iced tea and enjoy.
I hope you all enjoy this recipe with your families its quick easy and we seem to think its very delicious. Thank you all for checking out my blog it means a lot to me. I will put up a blog on how I make my iced tea another time so be looking for that. Until then I hope you live, laugh and love. 

1 comment:

  1. I wanted to bring to your attention the fact that Heather has two new blogs on her blog roll! Be sure to check out

    http://clutzycooking.blogspot.com/ and

    http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/

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