1/2 cp flour
1/2 tsp garlic powder
3 to 4 lbs chicken, cut up
2 Tb oil
1-3/4 cps water, divided
1/2 cp soy sauce or teriyaki or even worcsherstire (however the heck that is spelled!)
1/2 tsp oregano
1 bag of frozen mixed veggies. (I really like the stir-fry variety)
or fresh veggies of choice (potatoes, celery, carrots, peas)
Combine flour, garlic powder and pepper in a plastic bag. Add chicken and seal the bag and shake it all around. RESERVE the leftover flour mixture!
In a large skillet (w/a lid!), cook chicken in oil until browned on all sides. Add 1 1/4 cp water, soy sauce and oregano; pour over chicken. Add vegies and bring to a boil; reduce heat. Cover and simmer for 30-40 mins. Add remainder four mixture and remaining water into skillet until smooth. Brint to a boil and cook and stire for about 2 minutes until thickened. Yield is about 6 servings. You can also serve this with or over rice or egg noodles for an extra touch!
Contributed by: Mary
1 lb. ground beef
1 can crescent rolls
1 c. shredded cabbage
½ -1 onion chopped (depending on how much you like onion)
¾ c. shredded cheddar cheese
– preheat oven to whatever temp is on the roll can
-brown ground beef and onion together, seasoning with salt and pepper (or montreal steak seasoning if you have it) and the infamous lea and perrins Worcestershire sauce
-add cabbage when beef is mostly done
– spray bottom of 9×9 pan with cooking spray then layer with ½ of crescent rolls
– put beef/onion/cabbage over crescent rolls
-sprinkle cheese over beef
– layer other ½ of crescent rolls on the top
– bake uncovered till top layer of crescents is golden or per time given on roll can
4 Replies to “Skillet Chicken Supper”
ahh, good 'ol bierock casserole. my mom would be proud to know so many other people have enjoyed this.
ahh haaaa haaaaa. the "word" that i had to verify to post my comment was "poopinsi". weird. (enjoying your new blog.)
I wonder how that is pronounced. poopinsi like kapowlski or POOPinsi…ok i'll stop. :)_I wonder where that recipe started. Have you ever tried making your own dough for it? I also didn't put cheese on half and it still tasted great.
glad you are enjoying the blog btw, it's been helpful for me to get my thoughts out and give my brain some exercise! It's nice knowing others are enjoying it too 🙂