Chicken with 20 Cloves of Garlic

I know, I know...20 cloves of garlic???? Sounds like so much, but as garlic cooks, it's flavor mellows out. It becomes very soft after cooking.  After the chicken and garlic have cooked, you can either leave the cloves of garlic on the plate and enjoy them with the chicken or you can smash them up and mix them with butter to make a complex butter for rolls or bread with your dinner. Either way, garlic brings a lot of flavor to whatever you're cooking. 
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Chicken and 20 Cloves of Garlic
4 small boneless skinless chicken breast halves (1 lb.)
20 cloves of garlic, peeled
2 T. cooking oil
3/4 c. fat-free reduced-sodium chicken broth
1/4 c. Kraft Light Classic Caesar Dressing
1/4 c. Kraft Grated Parmesan Cheese

  1. Heat large nonstick skillet on medium-high heat with 2 tablespoons cooking oil. Add chicken and garlic; cook 4 min., turning chicken after 2 min.
  2. Stir in broth and dressing; cover skillet with lid. Cook chicken 3 to 5 min. on each side or until done (165ºF).
  3. Sprinkle with Parmesan; cover. Remove from heat. Let stand 1 min. 
  4. Optional...I like my chicken a little crispier. To make it a little crispier I would turn my broiler on and move the pan to the oven broiler and crisp it up for about 3-5 minutes.  Don't walk away, you might have burned chicken for dinner.
Here is a quick video from Kraft on how to make chicken and 20 cloves of garlic. I always think it's helpful when the original recipe has a video attached. It helps with guesswork when you're not sure.
I'm pretty sure after you try this delicious recipe you will make again and again. Lots of garlic, my favorite. If you love garlic I think this recipe will put a smile on your face.
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If you would like to see more Cafe' Hoffy posts, just click on the "More Crafts" or "More Recipes" and you will be redirected to the Cafe' Hoffy indexes for each category.
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I don't know about you, but I absolutely love "Pinterest". It's my go to for just about everything. I've been collecting pins for almost 12 years. I think I've pinned over 15,000 pins. I know I'll probably never get to all of them, but at least now my ideas are all in one place. At one point I had recipes in saved folders in Outlook. I also had hard copies of all my ideas and recipes. I had my Pinterest pins and I also saved recipes and craft ideas on Facebook. I organized them the best that I could, but every time I needed that certain craft idea or recipe, I couldn't find it. 
How to Organize all those "Pins"...
In January I spent the whole month going through every place I had a recipe or a craft idea and I pinned them all to Pinterest. It was a lot of work. I think I had over 4,000 saved items on Facebook alone. But, it was January and what else is there to do. I purged and pinned and sorted and saved hard copies of many things in file folders labeled for easier access. 

After all the sorting and pinning I needed to straighten out all of those pins on Pinterest. Everything was now gone off of Facebook and off my files in Outlook. Now they were all in Pinterest. So I spent another week straightening out my Pinterest account. It was well worth the trouble. I purged things that I knew I would never get to and organized the remaining pins in categories with sub-categories. Now I can get my fingers on anything in a matter of seconds, where before it took me forever trying to think where I put that item. Now all my ideas and recipes can be reached anywhere at any time...on my phone when I'm shopping or on my computer or tablet whenever I need something, it's there. What a great feeling...was it worth it...DAMN yes!
More Chicken Recipes...
If you would like to see how I organized my Pinterest pins or would like to see more chicken recipes, you can visit my "Chicken Boards" (I even organized them into "everyday recipes", "Chinese" recipes, "Italian" recipes, "Mexican" recipes, and "salads". You can visit my "Saved Boards" by clicking on my picture below...
I love to incorporate "Pins" that relate to my post subject when possible. Here are a few recipes that I found that would also make great suppers using garlic and chicken 
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So ends my post on Chicken and 20 Cloves of Garlic. Like I said in the beginning, this chicken is so good. I'm partial though, because I love garlic. I use garlic in just about every recipe I make for dinner. It can be Italian bread with garlic butter to asparagus with bacon and sprinkled with garlic, or making a good dressing for salads. Garlic always takes the recipe to the next level.
Always remember..."Life's short, eat dessert first!"...words to live by!

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