|Hot and steamy from the oven.|
So the first thing I did was to gather all my ingredients. I'm one of the lucky people that gets to have an amazingly large garden in the summer so this meal was completely home grown, except the chicken. We did not use our own chickens on this. :)
This is the really fun part. You can use whatever you like, or have on hand. You don't HAVE to use my ingredients at all! This is just an idea to get you started for a great meal that everyone loves.
What I added in were some red potatoes*, carrots, broccoli, onions, sweet banana peppers*, and a bunch of herbs. I just went out and pulled whatever was ready. The herbs I threw in were fennel, basil, oregano, marjoram, sage, and thyme.
*Potatoes, peppers, and tomatoes are part of the night shade family. According to the Cure Tooth Decay book, it says that if you are having problems getting decay to halt after all other diet eliminations, you may want to consider removing these from the diet as well. Sweet potatoes are a better alternative to regular potatoes if you have them.
Cut up the chicken and put it in the bottom of your baking dish.
Then layer in the vegetables according to the ones that need to cook longest. Carrots, then onions, then potatoes, then broccoli.
Top with herbs. Dried herbs work really great here too. They don't have to be fresh. Salt and pepper to taste. Then drizzle with some coconut oil and a bit of HFCS free Teriyaki Sauce**.
**If you make a homemade Teriyaki, it will have a small amount of honey or other sweetener. While we want to stay away from sweet stuff when healing decay, the amount in this is minuscule, really. But use your discretion and you could always simply leave this ingredient out. :)
Ok, once it's all assembled, cover and put in your preheated oven at 350 for an hour. Check your carrots after that to see if they are done or if they need a few more minutes. Then serve! Delish!