We all need a fool-proof recipe that is easy to make, can be prepared ahead of time, and can feed an army. This type of recipe is to be treasured, and made often. I am sharing my go-to recipe with you, and I guarantee, it will become one of your most treasured recipes.
I actually call this “New Baby Chicken” because it the dish that I deliver to someone that has a new baby. It is always thoughtful to bring a family with a new baby a meal, but let’s be honest, you get a ton of lasagna, enchiladas, and casseroles. I like to gift a family with something a little different, and very versatile. This chicken dish can easily be reheated (in fact, it tastes better the next day), or frozen and saved for another night. You can make it smaller or larger to fit your needs. I send along a large portion of cooked rice, chopped parsley, a simple salad, cookies for dessert, and a bottle of wine. Wouldn’t you like it if someone dropped this off to your house?
Combine olive oil, vinegar, sundried tomatoes, mixed olives (I get mine from the olive bar in the grocery store, a random assortment, but I like to get the pitted ones), capers, bay leaves, garlic (yes, 1 head, this is not a typo, I promise it is not too garlicky) oregano, and pepper.