When my Grandma was first coming to see my very first house after my husband and I purchased it, I was so super excited, I could hardly contain myself. She had a big part in raising me and my siblings, so I wanted to show her what she had helped me do. If it weren’t for her, I wouldn’t have made it to the point that I had reached in life, and she deserved to feel proud about her accomplishment just as I was mine. I wanted to be able to serve her a meal in my new kitchen, and I knew her favorite was French onion soup. I considered making it, but it was a hot summer day, so I was highly doubting that anyone wanted a bowl of steaming hot soup that day. Trying to think of what else I could come up with, I started to browse through my ingredients.
Chicken is always a big hit, because it’s so moist and there are tons of ways to fix it up. I saw a recipe on Recipe Lion for a French onion chicken done in one skillet that looked amazing. Not only was it going to be super tasty, it was easy and there weren’t going to be a ton of dirty pots and pans when I was done.
Grandma came over and loved the new house and her chicken meal. I served it with rice and steamed broccoli, but there are a variety of ways that you can present this to your family or your guests.
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Cookie Rookie.
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