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Easy Whole30 Chicken Recipe

June 2, 2016

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Easy Whole30 Chicken Recipe

Much to my hubby’s chagrin, I have slight obsession with chicken.  We eat a LOT of chicken.  Just check out my recipes category and I think there is more than enough chicken options ha!  I’m always throwing together random chicken recipes so I luckily have become pretty good at cooking chicken.

So this past week I looked into my fridge and challenged myself to a Chopped-style throw down.  I have a pretty delicious mediterranean chicken recipe that I was planning on making, but instead decided to throw this together.  More a french-mediterranean twist!

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I didn’t really intend on blogging this recipe so forgive the lack of pretty pictures 🙂  I looked into my fridge and grabbed mushrooms, an onion, parsley, fresh rosemary, two chicken breasts, sundried tomatoes, artichokes.  I also grabbed some olive oil, herbs de provence, and S&P.


In an 8X8 glass Pyrex I put some sliced mushrooms and chopped sundried tomatoes.  I sautéed sliced onions to a nice caramelized state and added those.  Then added some chopped rosemary, parsley, and artichokes.  Then I pan seared in a drizzle of olive oil two chicken breasts that I seasoned with S&P and Penzey’s herbs de provence.  I let them sizzle for 4 minutes per side then placed the chicken on top of the veggies and put them in a 400 degree preheated oven.  I cooked them until they reached 165 degrees F which for my oven was about 20 minutes.

This recipe is SOOOO easy!  Give it a try and you can have dinner on the table in less than a half hour!

Anyone else a chicken fan like me?  I’m loving this recipe because you can seriously mix tons of ingredients and herbs to your liking.  Oh and this is Whole30/Paleo compliant woo hoo!



  • Jen

    June 23, 2016 at 6:12 pm

    What spice should I use in place of the herb de province – one at the grocery store?


      June 26, 2016 at 1:56 am

      Hi Jen! You can get herbs de provence at the grocery store! Or any chicken seasoning will do, I would just try to find an all natural one with no artificial ingredients!

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