This is not very fancy, but it sure does taste good! It's what I came up with after my kids refused to eat fish sticks and frozen breaded fish filets...I've tried it with fresh bass and perch, but my favorite is made with Orange Roughy (less fishy-tasting and economical, I think...) NOTE: 60 minutes of the prep time is 60 minutes of marinating time.
Lovely she says and lovely she means. This is so simple and very tasty. I have borrowed the sauce from recipe#18098 Meatballs by Lali- I had some frozen so my dinner was so easy. Full credit goes to Lali for this recipe - without you I couldn't have done it! Use approximately 1 cup of the sauce but you can tell if you want more or less on the liver There may be a bit of extra sauce but it freezes well.
Being a busy single mom, I look for recipes that are quick, simple and don't have 100 ingredients. This one fits the bill to a T. I've served it to my picky parents and sisters who loved it and my 6 year old always asks for seconds (and even thirds at times)! Original recpie called for equal parts of wet ingredients, but I found it too salty and reduce the soy sauce slightly.
Tender chicken slowly baked in apple butter. . .sure to be a favorite with your family just as it is with mine! This is my own concotion and should prove very simple to make for even the beginner cook. You just may already have all of the ingredients in your home! Just be sure that the chicken breasts are not too thick (more than 1 1/2 inches) or you may need to increase cooking time.
This is definately NOT a diet recipe, but if you would like an easy yummy recipe, good enough to serve company, this may work for you. Hope you like it as much as we do. I can't remember where this recipe came from, it is just written out in my recipe book.
I serve this with new baby potatoes, lightly steamed and asparagus or baby carrots.