I love a quick meal, especially when I’m busy. This one came to me by accident. My Italian Seasoning jar lid was not on tight so it fell off when I tried to use it. This left what seemed like a mountain of Italian seasonings on my chicken breast. Even though I considered washing the chicken off and starting again, I decided to just keep it and it turned out amazing! The Italian spices give the chicken a quick burst of flavor, which is perfect since I didn’t have time to marinate the chicken. I enjoy 4-Spice Chicken Breast with Caesar Salad and in cauliflower rice bowls. If you have about 15 minutes then this is a recipe for you!
This recipe makes 2 servings.
I love using this chicken on dinner-sized salads and as a protein for cauliflower rice bowls. Since we tend to need slightly more than a moderate amount of protein, this was enough for 2 large salads.
This recipe uses Butcher Box, free-range organic chicken breast.
I like to buy organic & free-range meat when possible because it tastes better and is better for me. Free-range & organic chickens live better lives doing what animals are meant to do: roam the earth and eat things produced in nature. They’re also free from things like hormones and antibiotics. But, if you’ve ever checked the prices of free-range and organic meats in the market, then you know it can get pretty expensive per serving. For my family, it works out better to buy a monthly box from Butcher Box. The box works out to be less than $6.00 a meal & it lasts us at least a few weeks. If you’re interested in Butcher Box, you can always get $10 off your first box and a package of FREE, no-sugar bacon using my link.
- Mix all of the spices in a small bowl (so that they get incorporated evenly) and sprinkle them on the chicken breast
- Heat olive oil in a frying pan or skillet
- Cook the chicken breast for 4-5 minutes per side (only flip the chicken once)
- Remove from the skillet from the heat and allow the meat to rest for 5 minutes before cutting.