Soy-marinated Chicken

I cooked this tonight out of a “Four Ingredients cookbook” that the Olsons had. I found it didn’t make quite enough juice, but it was tasty and we ate it all. The book says it serves four, but three of us devoured it easily.

Soy marinated Chicken (serves three)
1 pound sliced chicken breast
2 tbsp. soy sauce
1 large (or 2 medium sized oranges)
Place the chicken breast in a baking dish. Mix the soy sauce and juice from half of the orange and apply to the chicken and the baking dish. Cut the remainder of the orange and place the slices directly on the chicken slices.
Let this marinate, covered, for several hours. Turn over the chicken before cooking.
Place the chicken into a 350 degree preheated oven. Cook for 20 minutes, turn over, reapply the orange slices, and continue to cook for another 15 minutes.
Serve with rice and a vegetable of your choice (the original recipe uses asparagus, I used frozen peas). The recipe as given doesn’t produce a lot of liquid, but the meat was moist and well flavored.