Today’s recipe is actually a contribution from one of our Lean Body Challenge participants Cassia. I put up the offer that if anyone posted a recipe to the private Facebook group, they had the chance to win a free 30 minute coaching call and have their recipe showcased on the blog. Congrats Cassia!
What I love about this dish is that its super simple and uses capers, an ingredient I’ve been a little obsessed with lately using with fish. I have yet to use capers with chicken so this will be fun and yummy to make.
Also, I want to give a BIG shout-out to Cassia’s interior design service which you can find at Cassiadesign.com. You can also follow her on Facebook via https://www.facebook.com/CassiaWynerDesign. Her designs are very elegant and are works of art. Congrats lady!
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- 2 pounds chicken breast
- 1 bag frozen artichoke hearts
- 1 heaping T capers
- 1 lemon, juiced and sliced
- Chicken broth
- Garlic (optional)
- Olive oil
- Chopped parsley
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Slice the chicken into bite-sized pieces.
- Heat olive oil, add garlic (if you want) and heat but don’t brown.
- Add the chicken and saute on medium until just fully cooked.
- Remove chicken from pan and set aside. To the pan, add chicken broth (about 1/4 cup or so), juice from 1/2 lemon, the artichoke hearts, the capers, a few slices of lemons, and cook a bit to combine flavors.
- If you want the sauce to be thicker you can make a roux with gluten-free flour (make a paste with water, add the sauce slowly to it while mixing so it doesn’t get lumpy, add it back into the sauce.)
- Season to taste.
- Add the previously sauteed chicken in and reheat, combining briefly so the chicken doesn’t boil in the sauce.
- Place in a service bowl and sprinkle with fresh chopped parsley.