One of my favorite recipes
It’s called “Country Chicken Supper”. Rather easy to make, too. You can substitute all fresh ingredients if you prefer.
(1) 12.5 ounce can of chunk chicken breast
(1) can of sliced new potatoes
(1) can of sliced carrots
(1) can of cut green beans
(1) 16 ounce bag of rice
(1) 16 ounce can of diced tomatoes
(1) 16 ounce bag of shredded cheddar cheese
Put all the ingredients except the cheese into a big honkin’ frying pan; drain the liquid out of one or two of the cans if the pan is getting too full. Cook on medium heat for about half an hour. Add water occasionally as needed. After the rice is all tender and stuff, sprinkle the cheese on top and let it melt.
You can add or subtract ingredients to taste. Onions or onion powder is a good choice. You can also do it “Southwest Style”, by substituting corn, black beans, and salsa for any or all of the other ingredients. If you have the time and patience to cook and de-bone a whole chicken, it makes the meal a lot tastier (use the chicken broth instead of water while cooking).
I like to have a bottle of Louisiana Hot Sauce at hand when I sit down with a plate full.