Easy-peasy, hearty, comfort, and delicious – this is pretty much you need to know about this Chicken Broccoli Rice Skillet.
Let’s Count the Plates!
As I have probably mentioned before, I’m that kind of person who might leave a little mess after being in the kitchen. If you don’t recall me confessing to this, well please check my blog’s name.
As the matter of fact, I cannot say I’m that good at making a mess. I’m quite average here (I should practice more haha).
But I normally use a lot of tableware pieces. That’s true. It’s like if I need to use a spoon or fork few times while making a dish, I tend to use few of them at the same time. It’s not like I prefer to use a clean cutlery piece every time; I just do not always pay attention to these things. As a result, when the soup/pasta/salad is ready, we might run out of dishes to have a dinner.
Or sometimes I need to grab another bowl or pan. Nope, not because I’ve burnt something – I just didn’t realize that all ingredients won’t fit in this one. Please tell me it happens to you at least sometimes.
However, I’m trying to be better now, and I think I’m doing not bad.
Chicken Broccoli Rice Skillet
For the last couple of years, I’ve been in love with one-pan recipes (You might also like this One-Pot Chicken Mushroom Orzo or this Potato Mushroom Hash), and this Chicken Broccoli Rice Skillet belongs to this category too.
Theoretically, you will need just a pan, plate, spatula, cutting board(s), and some cutlery. Well, practically, I used a very few reasonable and socially acceptable additional things.
I don’t need to say that the combination of rice, chicken, and broccoli is highly delicious and hearty. Oh well, if this is not enough for you, don’t forget cheddar, herbs, smoked paprika, and jalapenos. And more cheddar just in case.
Besides its flavors and taste, this Chicken Broccoli Rice Skillet is so simple to make which makes it the perfect dish which requires only…almost…one skillet:)
What about you? How many pieces of tableware do you need to make a one skillet dish? Tea? Peanut butter toast?
Hi – I’m Ben, a blogger, recipe developer, and food photographer. I’m glad you’re here! I hope you will enjoy hundreds of delicious recipes and a pinch of havoc in the kitchen.