Crispy, Saucy, Peachy Skillet Chicken WITH bacon to help kick off all the summer flavors!
It's been VERY inconsistent here on the blog and I am very determined to maintain a better schedule!.
To be honest, I hit really bad writer's block while trying to navigate the inward crazy paths in my mind to alter my behavior around food. (Koda's expression captured my feelings PERFECTLY!)
I rejected diet culture in the sense of the misguided food information that's plagued our system, who have profited off of us not knowing any better, and destroyed our ability to eat intuitively based off our own natural body cues. AND COMPLETELY RUINED OUR BODY IMAGE to something that is completely unrealistic. Sooooo... that's the deep dark part of my brain that I forced myself to look at. To take a harder look at myself. To ask tough questions about my habits around food.
Which brings me to my recipe development process from here on out. I believe that eating whole, clean. REAL foods are what's best and through my Whole30 journey I have discovered the foods that I can tolerate and ones I cannot (or at least make me feel uncomfortable). Example: soy sauce and most beans.
Hence, why you might see other recipes here that aren't Whole30 or tailored to a specific diet. But tailored to be well portioned and made with REAL ingredients that are either not processed or at least minimally processed. Plus made with some kitchen efficiency 😉
I love one skillet dishes. Like this chicken!
The combo of the rosemary with a white wine pan sauce with chicken that has been coated with almond flour and a blend of seasonings to make it extra crispy and flavorful!
The peaches are thrown in after the chicken browns and crisps a bit. Oh, and did I mention that we are cooking all this in the SAME pan that we are cooking bacon in?! Talk about elevating the flavor EVEN MORE.
In short, the peachy- basily- crispy- bacon- easy dinner is a keeper and company worthy but is also easy enough for a week night!
Serve over cauliflower rice, on top of a salad, or eat right out the pan.
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