One Pan Cheesy Chicken Broccoli Rice
When it comes to making dinner, it always helps when you have some easy recipes to make, meals that don't take a lot of dishes and time to prepare, especially when you have a busy family schedule. This "One Pan Cheesy Chicken Broccoli Rice," recipe is just the meal to try during the week when there's lots to do.
This one pan cheesy chicken broccoli rice recipe really is the perfect dinner to make with one dish to clean, in a satisfying recipe that will please the whole family. Some of the ingredients you will need for this recipe include extra virgin olive oil, boneless skinless chicken breasts cut into bit sized pieces, onions, extra long grain white rice, broccoli florets cut into bit sized pieces, low sodium chicken brother, and shredded extra sharp cheddar cheese. To start you will want to use a large skillet or pan, and sauce the onions in some extra olive oil over medium heat, while the onions are cooking you can season the boneless chicken. When the onions are softened you can increase the heat to medium high and add the chicken to the pan. For this recipe you will want to use a large skillet or pan with a higher edge to hold everything, a 12 inch skillet with a slightly raised edge should do the trick.
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