MMMMM----- Meal-Master Recipe via Home Cookin 2.8
       Title: Greek Homestyle Chicken
  Categories: Home Cookin,
       Yield: 4
       4    boneless, skinless
            chicken breasts
       2    lemons, juice of
       4    or 5 potatoes, peeled and
            French-fry style
     1/2 c  olive oil
     1/2    to 1 cup of water
       1    head of garlic, the
            cloves peeled
            but whole
            oregano to taste
            salt to taste
            pepper to taste
            Try tossing the potatoes
            in the oil
            and lemon juice before
            adding them.
            These are the comments of
            the man
            who posted this on the
            Web: "My wife
            taught me how to make
            this. She
            learned it in Greece,
            where it’s
            a common meal.  It’s
            delicious, and while it’s
            the smell will have
            everyone in the
            house salivating.  She
            cooks it in
            an open pan, but I find
            the chicken
            stays moister if you
            cover it (with
            aluminum foil or
            something) for the
            first half-hour or so.
            Either way,
            it tastes great!
      Place chicken in a shallow baking tray.
      Arrange potatoes around chicken pieces. Scatter whole peeled
   cloves of garlic around chicken and potatoes.
      Mix together lemon juice and olive oil, and pour evenly over
   chicken and potatoes.
      Add water until potatoes are just about covered. Add salt,
   pepper to taste.  Cover chicken and potatoes with generous
   amounts of oregano.
      Bake at 350°F, (400°F for high altitude!) until tops of
   chicken are reddish brown.
      Turn chicken, stir potatoes, and sprinkle on more oregano. If
   potatoes aren't at least half- covered with liquid, add water.
      Return to oven for about 15-20 minutes.  Chicken is done when
   both  sides are lightly browned and potatoes are soft when
   touched with  a fork.
     Serve with a crusty bread, or with pita bread.