Sorry about the Charlie Sheen reference if it offends you. His stupidity and arrogance entertain me.
Anyway, for those of you interested in making dinner with minimum prep and maximum flavor (how about that for a cheesy advertisement!), this chicken dish from What's For Dinner is for you. Pair it with sides of steamed broccoli and couscous, and you're set.
Cowboy walked in, and I bet he thought we were having Chinese take-out from the sweet, tangy flavors floating in the air. Nope, it was this healthy trip to Flavor Town instead. Sorry for the photo quality. These days it's make and eat dinner fast enough to keep The Sheriff happy.
Add extra sauce from the chicken to your couscous, and it would even be worth it to stir fry the broccoli with extra sauce as well. Enjoy!
Teriyaki-Cranberry Chicken from Debbie Nydegger
4-6 chicken breasts (or 6-8 chicken thighs)
1 (16oz) can cranberry sauce
1 C. teriyaki sauce
Place chicken in lightly greased 9x13inch pan. Mix cranberry sauce and teriyaki sauce together and pour over chicken. Bake at 325 for 1 hour. (I actually had thin chicken breast, and it only took about 40 minutes.) Serve with rice.