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Mediterranean Chicken

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
  • 55 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

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Mediterranean chicken is a delicious cuisine item that has sautéed chicken simmered in a sauce of olives, tomatoes, garlic, herbs, and white wine.

With a preparation time of only 20 minutes, Mediterranean chicken is an easy, but delicious dish that’s the choice of many who work round-the-clock.

Health Benefits

The recipe of Mediterranean chicken presented here is enough to serve 6 people. There are 222 calories, 6.2 gram fat, 7.2 gram carbohydrates, 28.6 gram protein, 68 milligram cholesterol, and 268 milligram sodium.

Since this is a chicken based dish, it’s high in protein which makes Mediterranean chicken a healthy dish. The dish has several vitamins which are good for the human body.

Gather the ingredients needed to cook Mediterranean chicken and get yourself to cook something you will take pride in later. The taste is worth the effort for sure. Try now!

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How to Make Mediterranean Chicken

  1. In a large skillet, pour the oil and 2 tablespoons of white vinegar and heat on medium level.
  2. Add chicken and cook both the sides for approximately 406 minutes each. Remove chicken from the skillet and put it aside.
  3. Next, cook garlic in the oil and wine mixture that’s still there in the skillet. Cook for 30 seconds and then add onion. Let it sauté for another 3 minutes after adding onion and then add tomatoes. Bring to boil after adding tomatoes.
  4. Lower down the heat level and add ½ cup of white wine and let simmer for about 10 minutes.
  5. Now add thyme and basil and let it simmer for another 5 minutes.
  6. Put chicken back into the skillet and cook for 1 minute.
  7. Sprinkle salt and pepper to taste and the delicious, finger-licking Mediterranean chicken is ready to be devoured.

Trivia

Mediterranean cuisine has evolved through centuries. One major evolution was the introduction of many foods in the Middle Ages i.e. 5th to 15th century by the Arabs to Portugal, Spain, and Sicily.

Another major change came in the early 16th century (Early-Modern times) which included the inclusion of potatoes and adoption of tomatoes into this Mediterranean cuisine.

Donna Ricci

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