Tomato Balsamic Chicken – Holy Decliciousness!

This is one of my favorite recipes ever to make. I’ve made it for those I love the most – Roomie, my FamDamily, and the Toblerone of course! It’s incredibly simple and super fast to make. Flavors are brilliant and I just HAVE to share it with you all!

What You Need:

Boneless Chicken Breasts (up to 6 for this recipe)

Black Pepper

1 can (14.5oz) of diced tomatoes

1 tsp dried basil and oregano

1 tsp Garlic Salt

2 Tablespoons Olive Oil

1/2 Cup Balsamic Vinegar

1 Onion, Thinly sliced

First things first:  Season both sides of the chicken with pepper and garlic salt. I also sometimes use a little bit of greek seasonings I have. I made this last night and used Turkey because I didn’t have Chicken in my giant freezer but it all tastes the same to me! After you season both sides, heat the olive oil in a medium skillet. You want the pan to be a little deep because of all the added juices. Once oil is heated, brown the onion and the chicken. You don’t need to cook all the way through, just get it started.

Next you pour in the balsamic vinegar and the tomatoes into the skillet. Throw on your basil and oregano. You can add rosemary and thyme as well but I don’t. Let it simmer until chicken is no longer pink and the juices run clear. This usually takes about 15 minutes or so.

If I’m feeling extra festive I serve this with garlic bread, fresh mozzarella slices (goes perfect with the balsamic vinegar and tomatoes), asparagus, and chicken flavored rice.  TA DA! Guten Appetit!

Until next time, Readers!!! xoxoxoxxo

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4 thoughts on “Tomato Balsamic Chicken – Holy Decliciousness!

  1. K I do a version of this as well. Brown the chicken well on both sides (onion will get dark don’t worry) take the chicken out and set it aside put in the rest of the ingredients bring to a simmer and add your favorite wild rice lay the chicken on top and cover simmer 20 min. (rice and chicken are done). When you add the chicken back in you can also toss some frozen veg of your choice in the center.

    DA

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