Allergy-Friendly Freezer Cooking: Italian Lemon Chicken

My husband’s response, “That’s the way marinade on chicken is supposed to taste. I couldn’t quit eating it.” It really was that good, very healthy, and simple to make.

Did you see my allergy-friendly freezer cooking Recipe #2 at Money Saving Mom on Wednesday?  No?  Well, fret not.  Click on the link and you can start enjoying Italian Lemon Chicken right away.  Have some for dinner and freeze the rest for another day.  Oh, and did I mention that it is free of sooo many allergens and still tops!

If you missed Recipe #1, just click on Nut Butter Pancakes.  Recipe #3, a dessert, will be posted around noon (EST) today (Thursday).  I will share it on Facebook, then post it here on Friday.  Enjoy!

Shared at gracelaced mondays, Allergy-Friendly Friday, Hearth and Soul Blog Hop, Real Food Wednesday, Whole Foods Wednesday, and Slightly Indulgent Tuesday.

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8 Responses to Allergy-Friendly Freezer Cooking: Italian Lemon Chicken

  1. that sounds so delicious! yum!

  2. Noelle says:

    Sounds good! I pinned this for later! Thanks for posting!

  3. Why do I always forget to use lemon in cooking savory? It brightens any dish–it immediately makes this one stand out! Thanks, Michelle!

  4. Peggy says:

    I would love it, if you would share this, & any others you may have, on my recipe link up. http://goodrecipesonline.com/organized-linkup-for-all-your-recipes-goodrecipesonline-com/.

  5. Elsa says:

    I’ve made something very similar to this as well. It’s hard to believe that those simple spices can add so much flavor. I remember how surprised I was at how delicious the meal came out. Definitely a keeper at our house as well! Thanks so much for sharing with Hearth and Soul!!

    • Cook says:

      I agree, Elsa. I was a little shocked with this marinade/dressing was so very tasty and exactly how you would want it to taste.

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