So, it feels like forever since I’ve posted a recipe for y’all. After taking a month off to finish Sickness To Fitness Quick Start Guide, releasing it, and taking a vacation in Vegas and California, I finally have a new recipe for you to enjoy. This AIP Paleo Herbs de Provence Chicken & Mushroom Faux Risotto is a one-pan wonder. It was one of the first meals I batch cooked when I came home from my vacay. Enjoy! Continue reading “AIP Paleo Herbs de Provence Chicken & Mushroom Faux Risotto Recipe”
The other day, while menu planning for the week, I decided to make my Strawberry Balsamic Chicken as part of my menu. Later, at the grocery store, I ran across some beautiful blackberries. It occurred to me that I could use these blackberries in place of strawberries, when making my chicken dish. That was the beginning of my AIP Instant Pot Blackberry Balsamic Chicken recipe.
So, you may be asking why not just tell people to replace the strawberries with blackberries? Well, because that would be too easy. When I pulled up the original recipe, it was actually cooked in a cast iron skillet. But, I wanted to cook this dish in the Instant Pot. What I did was create an entirely new recipe. Not only have I changed the method of cooking; but, I’ve also changed many of the ingredients and amounts. This AIP Instant Pot Blackberry Balsamic Chicken recipe is all new!
I really think you’re going to love this recipe. It can be cooked with either chicken breasts or thighs. I’m pretty sure it would work just as well with legs or wings, too! You’ll want to be sure to add a little bowl of extra sauce for dipping. I even used the sauce as dressing for my salad a few days later. It’s really that good!
I hope you enjoy my AIP Instant Pot Blackberry Balsamic Chicken recipe.
As always, I wish you good health……and, good food!
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This is very possibly my favorite recipe I’ve ever created, Strawberry-Balsamic Chicken! Not only is it easy to cook, but it’s also really, really tasty. And, it all cooks up in just 30 minutes!