Thursday, January 13, 2011

No Peek Chicken

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No Peek Chicken
January 12, 2011 11:24 AM
It won't be mistaken for gourmet cuisine and, if it's possible for food to have a working class vibe, No Peek Chicken has exactly that. This dish might also have zero aesthetic appeal and food connoisseurs will likely cringe at its remarkably bland color palette, but with No Peek Chicken, such things are easily forgiven. It's a food idiot's best kind of meal: easy to prepare and even easier to wolf down in massive amounts.


1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can cream of celery soup
2 cups milk
2 cups uncooked rice
1 large frying chicken, cut up
1 package onion soup mix (optional)

Heat oven to 350 F. Mix undiluted - man up people; massive doses of sodium are what your body craves - soups, milk and rice in 9x13 pan. Place the chicken skin side up on top and sprinkle with onion soup mix unless doing so will exacerbate your chronic halitosis.

Cover with heavy foil and bake for two hours. Do not lift the foil or peek while the chicken is baking; if you do the Old Testament God will turn you into a pillar of salt.

Carefully remove from oven and serve the chicken up or horde it for a solitary blowout meal. If you're the cautious type, before serving check the chicken and if there is any pink...well, a little salmonella never hurt anyone, right?

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