This is Dan from Primal4Life bringing you “Julian Bakery’ Paleo Creamy Tarragon Chicken.” Cracking open one of the greatest Paleo cookbooks around, we instantly see a recipe that sounds like a hit. “Creamy Tarragon Chicken” is the one that caught our eye, and we figured this was a simple meal to make at home, along with a nice slice of almond Paleo Bread with some of that creamy and delicious Paleo Butter on top. The cookbook is titled 500 Paleo Recipes, and it’s packed with tons of great tasting ideas to keep you producing quality meals. You don’t want to be one of those “Paleo” folks that eats the same meals every day, right? Eggs for breakfast…. Salad for lunch…. Steak for dinner… That gets old, and a Paleo cookbook from Julian Bakery is the answer to your repetitive Paleo meal problems! Plus, while you are ordering up that cookbook you can stock up on your almond and coconut Paleo Bread, which is high in protein and fiber, low in carbs and calories, and is made with quality ingredients just like all of their other products at www.JulianBakery.com/Paleo. Plus, in case you didn’t know, Paleo Bread is known for not having the bad things like GMO’s, gluten, grains, soy, yeast and dairy – which is why it gets the honor of being called “Paleo”. Getting back to the wonderful chicken dinner, let’s start the process and see how it came together!
• 1.5 lbs chicken – cut into ½” strips
• ½ lemon
• 1 tablespoon fresh tarragon – chopped
• 2 tablespoons olive oil
• 1 cup coconut milk
• 2 teaspoons chicken broth
• Sea salt & black pepper
• 1 slice almond Paleo Bread
• Dab of Paleo Butter
1) Cut chicken into ½” strips
2) Salt and pepper chicken
3) Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat
4) Place chicken in skillet when skillet it hot
5) Do not crowd chicken strips, allowing each piece to have room, cook in batches
6) Allow chicken to brown slightly, but making sure each piece is fully cooked
7) Place chicken in separate dish when done, cook remainder of chicken
8) When all chicken is cooked, place them all back in the skillet, and stir in tarragon
9) Add in coconut milk and chicken broth, and allow to boil for a few minutes, cooking down mixture and stirring occasionally.
10) Squeeze your ½ lemon in, add salt and pepper to taste
• 5 minutes
• 10 minutes
Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner! I couldn’t believe how far a tablespoon of chopped tarragon went, it had just enough flavor, good flavor I should add… Combined with a bite of that tasty almond Paleo Bread with some vitamin k2 equipped Paleo Butter, I am lovin’ life. To be honest, ever since I’ve been incorporating Paleo Bread into some of our meals, I’ve been able to take the edge off of my bread cravings… It was very tough to be bread-free for so long, and once I found out that such “clean” bread existed I had to try it! I’m so glad that I did, because now I can enjoy that occasional slice with a dinner, or have a tasty sandwich, or even make bread crumbs out of the Paleo Bread and not have to worry about gluten or grains! And, with no autoimmune flair-ups, there’s a lot to be said about Paleo Bread being the best around. No issues here, and I’m able to enjoy life again!!!
I hope you decide to make this delicious dinner via the 500 Paleo Recipes cookbook…. Don’t forget your Paleo Bread and Paleo Butter to complete the meal, and make sure you check out Julian Bakery’s Paleo section @ www.JulianBakery.com/Paleo !!! Thanks for checking us out, and have a healthy day!
Dan From Primal4Life
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