| I believe I've achieved something wonderful here, in that it's remarkably quick to throw together and the end result is fantastic. It's tasty, filling and ... even has green things in it!|
The basic idea on this one is to toss together a bunch of raw ingredients, cover the bottom of a casserole pan, top with biscuit dough and bake. I wasn't really sure what would happen, but ... I did it and the end result was nothing short of phenomenal! Everything cooked properly. Some of the water came out of the chicken and broccoli, which mixed with the melted cheese creating something like a cheesy sauce, which clung to the chicken and biscuits as I broke them apart and ate it. It's not the most beautiful dish when it's done, but what it lacks in aesthetics, it makes up for in ease and just good old fashioned tastiness!
If there is any downfall to it, it's the potentially wacky ingredients in the biscuit dough, but ... I personally tend to use these ingredients on a regular basis. These are the kinds of things you'd find in just about any long term low-carber's kitchen. The only truly wonky ingredient is the tapioca flour, but ... it goes GREAT lengths towards holding these biscuits together ... and I'm slowly but surely learning that it's just a great ingredient to have lying around. A little bit goes a long way. I've got a bag kicking around my freezer. It's been there for about a year, but ... it's close to time to re-up. This suggests it gets used, but ... also lasts a really long time!
Without further adieu ... here's the recipe!