Chicken is hard to photograph.
It's just gross.
Maybe fried chicken would look good.
But fried chicken is time consuming.
And anyway, I don't know how.
But Chicken Oooh-la-la.
I can make that.
The next thing I learned?
The original French expression Oh-la-la (imagine a little dots over each a) means - oh dear, oh my, oh no! The literal definition means - oh there there.
But I thought it meant something good.
So I checked out that icon of American correctness: The Urban Dictionary.
Guess what it said?
- a universally understood way of saying "check out that hot peice of ass!"
I thought it just meant - "something good this way comes."
At least I got the spelling right.
And this chicken?
It's right, too.
Get your stuff.
4 large chicken breasts
1 package of Boursin - garlic and fine herbs
4 tbsp apricot jam or preserves
- Let the cheese come to room temperature. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Salt and pepper the chicken lightly. Spread cheese on each breast to completely cover, and then spread with apricot preserves to coat cheese lightly and evenly.
- Spray a baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray and bake 25 minutes. Do not overcook. Serve immediately.
Yep. This is what it looks like before you put it in the oven. Except I didn't use Pam. Or oil. Or anything.
And this is what it looks like when you serve it with spaghetti squash.
Still looks gross.
But it tastes great.
And it's soooooo easy!