One-Pan Chicken with Capers and Veggies

One-Pan Chicken with Capers and Veggies

Chicken breasts are a good source of nutrients like selenium, phosphorus, niacin (vitamin B3), and vitamin B6, and can be a good option when you need a source of lean protein in your diet.

Protein, found in every cell of the human body, is important for growth and development, structure (collagen), communication (hormones), and chemical reactions (enzymes) in the body.

Tonight, our chicken dinner was balanced with capers, Brussels sprouts, red pepper, red onion, potato, garlic, and herbs and spices.

Here’s what was in the pan: two Tbsp. Avocado oil, four cloves of garlic (minced), one small red onion (chopped), one large red pepper (diced), two cups Brussels sprouts (quartered), one large potato, three chicken breasts, three Tbsp. capers, one Tsp. (each) oregano, parsley, turmeric, with sea salt and black pepper.

This dinner came together in about 40 minutes (my chicken breasts were frozen) – and served three people with leftovers for lunch the next day. Remember, you can use any herbs and spices that you prefer. - Enjoy!

You can find another take on chicken with capers and veggies here.

Cedar Park, Texas 78613

Teresa Edwards

MS in Holistic Nutrition

Certified Holistic Nutritionist

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