Saturday, December 5, 2009

Orange Chicken with Singapore Seasoning

I've been branching out and trying my hand at mixing perhaps surprising ingredients. Today, it was a great success! I did use two specialty items, but I'm pretty sure you could replace them if you needed to (that is, I used the Pampered Chef Covered Baker and Penzey's Singapore Seasoning.

Orange Chicken with Singapore Seasoning (serves 2)

2 four-ounce boneless, skinless chicken breasts
one onion, sliced thinly
one navel orange, cleaned well, and sliced thinly
5 cloves garlic, sliced in half.
Penzey's Singapore Seasoning
Pampered Chef Covered Baker

Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Line the bottom of the Pampered Chef covered baker with oranges. Place chicken breasts on top of oranges, and sprinkle lightly with salt and liberally with Singapore Seasoning. Place remaining orange slices on top of chicken, top with onions garlic. Cover the baker, and bake for 45-50 minutes. (You can actually leave it in longer if you need to if you use the covered baker; we were in a conversation with a friend and it went over an hour and was still awesome).

Serve chicken breasts topped with oranges, onions, and garlic. We had this with some broccoli on the side and it was lovely.

Aaaaaand.... according to Weight Watchers' Recipe Builder, it's 5 points per serving!


  1. Great, but what do you do if you do not have a "Pampered Chef Covered Baker" whatever that is. . . .?

  2. I'm so sorry you know I never saw this until January! If you don't have a PC Covered Baker, any covered baker will work, but a stoneware one will work best.