BY's Recipe: Chicken and string beans meal is simple and requires no cooking experience. Children under eight need adult supervision.
Servings: 2. Prep. Time:10-15 minutes. Cook Time: 35-40 minutes. Total Cooking Time: 45-55 minutes.
What you need
- Stove or Microwave,
- 45-55 minutes.
- 2 cups of frozen green beans,
- 4 chicken legs or a pound of chicken breast (mushroom for vegans and vegetarians).
- Salt or sugar to taste,
- Black pepper, knorr or turmeric powder,
- Dry chopped onions,
- Wash, clean, and dry chicken legs,
- Use a medium-sized pot,
- Boil a quarter cup of water.
- Add spices of your choice and stir for a few seconds,
- Add chicken and cover the pot,
- Cook for about 10 minutes or more,
- Flip the chicken and cook for about 10 minutes,
- Slow cook for about three minutes or until it is done to your taste,
- Transfer them to another bowl.
- Lower the heat,
- Use chicken broth to prepare the sauce,
- Add a teaspoon of oil and spices,
- Slow cook for a few minutes.
- Boil a cup of water,
- Add salt or sugar,
- Add green beans, stir, and cook for about five minutes,
- Your food is ready (see the photo below),
- Serve with water or wine.
Note: you can work on steps 3 and part of step 4 simultaneously.
"A home cook who relies too much on a recipe is sort of like a pilot who reads the plane's instruction manual while flying."--Alton Brown.
- Use a microwave-friendly bowl,
- Wash, clean, and dry the chicken,
- Mix chicken legs with the spices of your choice,
- Cover the bowl and cook for about 15 minutes,
- Transfer the cooked chicken to the clean bowl,
- Use the chicken broth to make the sauce,
- Add a teaspoon of oil and spices of your choice,
- Stir for a few seconds and cook for about 2 minutes,
- Microware green beans for about five minutes,
- Your meal is ready. Serve with soda or water.
Be creative and do what works for you with green beans and chicken. I recommend a personal chef if you choose not to prepare your meal or do not have the time to cook. Check Google for your local personal chef.
"Raw green beans are 90% water, 7% carbohydrates, 2% protein, and contain negligible fat (table). In a 100-gram (3.5-ounce) reference amount, raw green beans supply 31 calories and are a moderate source (range 10–19% of the Daily Value) of vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B6, and manganese, while other micronutrients are in low supply (table)."