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Sauteed Chicken Provencal

Updated: Wednesday, February 5 2014, 03:40 PM EST
Servings: 4

4-Boneless Skinless Chicken cleaned and trimmed butterflied and cut  in  1/2   
4-Tomatoes, diced         
1 small jar -Olives, sliced                       
½ lb. -Mushrooms, Cleaned and Sliced    
2 medium-Onions, Small dice       
3 TBSP-Garlic, Fine Chop       
1 bunch-Green Onion,  Sliced           
1 jar-Capers, Drained and Rinsed   
8 TBSP-Olive Oil, 3-4 Tbsp for sautéing and 3-4 Tbsp for sauce
1 stick-Butter, cut into small cubes
Salt and Pepper to taste to season chicken
Salt and Pepper to taste for the sauce   

Season your cleaned and trimmed Chicken Breasts with salt and pepper. Heat a sauté pan and add Enough Olive Oil to Sautee the chicken.  After the Chicken is fully cooked set aside on serving dish to rest. Into already hot chicken pan add in remaining Olive Oil and bring to temp. To the oil add in the onions and mushrooms. Sauté this until tender and onions are translucent. To this add in the garlic olives and capers. Sautee this until up to temperature. Finish off by adding in the tomatoes and green onions tossing  a few times to bring up to an even temperature, finishing with a few cubes of butter. Tossing this to incorporate into a delicious sauce and season with salt and pepper. Pour this over your platter of Chicken and serve. This is great with other garden vegetables or roasted potatoes. Is even great with rice or pasta. This is a sauce that can be changed with whatever is fresh from your Kroger or garden. Fennel eggplant spinach or summer squash would be great changes to this dish. The garden is your leader on this dish.Sauteed Chicken Provencal

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