Garlic, Lemon, Curry Chicken

Chicken is one of the most versatile and cheap meats out there. We eat our fair share of it here. In doing so, I have to create different meals in order to keep the family from causing an uprising. This particular recipe is really easy to do. It is one that I can throw in the oven and walk away for about 20 minutes. That is precious time for me here. This dish can either be served with pasta or rice. The recipe will show it with pasta because the 4 yr old got to pick what went with the chicken this time.

Here is the recipe….

Supply List:

1-2 lbs Chicken

2 cloves Garlic

Shallots /  Onions

Lemon zest




Parmesan cheese

Pasta or rice

1 Tbs Butter


Baking Dish


Cutting board


Prepare the pasta or rice. Add the butter and some seasonings to it. Set aside. Mince garlic, chop onions / shallots and place in baking dish.

Shallots, garlic, pepper....
Shallots, garlic, (salt and pepper compliments of my 4 yr old helper)…..

The chicken you can either leave as full breasts or slice into medallion pieces (Mine is medallion pieces for this recipe).

Chicken cut into medallions....
Chicken cut into medallions….

Place chicken in the dish with the garlic and onions / shallots. Add seasonings to taste and lightly toss together so that the coating is on all the pieces. I also add a little bit more curry to the top before baking.

Ready for the oven....
Ready for the oven….

Bake at 425 for about 20 -40 minutes until done. The length of time will depend on the thickness of the chicken.

Cooked to perfection...
Cooked to perfection…

Once fully cooked, place over the pasta or rice and top with Parmesan cheese.


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