So I went to this place called a "grocery store" and they had all kinds of things that one might use to make a "meal". I think they were called "ingredients". But don't quote me on that. I'd actually gone to get items for a pasta salad, but ended up with a few more items. When I got home I figured I had the makings for Dijon chicken over rosemary rice and roasted vegetables.
You want the recipe? Well tough. I don't use recipes; I throw things into cooking devices. So you might try and replicate this by throwing two (completely frozen) boneless, skinless chicken breasts into a pan. Pour on some mustard and olive oil toss it into an oven at 400 degrees and set a timer for 40 minutes. Put a cup of rice and two cups of water in a pot to boil. Throw in some rosemary. When it boils reduce the heat and put a top on it for 20 minutes. Do not lift the lid to 'check' on it. The rice will be fine without you.
Now then, I really wanted to make some macaroni salad, so I started chopping up all the vegetables and whatnot, but realized I had way more than I could fit into the two biggest bowls I had. So throw some chopped peppers and tomatoes into your chicken pan with about 25 minutes to go. Swirl some olive oil on there and get back to your salad. Mix the veggies and whatnot up in a bowl. (or two) I used regular mayo cause it was already open and it turns out the lite mayo-like substance I got actually has more sodium. Screw that noise. Maybe some black pepper, rosemary cause its already out, horseradish sauce to taste. Yeah, this would probably be a little more delicious with some salt, but that's not the point, jackass.It tastes plently good as it is, so shut your tuna-macaroni-salad hole. Slop the mess into gladware containers and bam! Lunches for the week. And, oh, look at that magic. Your dinner is piping hot and ready to go. Of course the best thing about cooking dinner is that I don't have to do it again for a few days, because I always make too much.Bonus kitchen tip: Make sure you have something tasty like fudgesicles in stock if you insist on drinking milk from the carton without checking the expiration date. Trust me.