Good doesn’t have to be complicated. Or translate into hours at the stove. Take sweet garlic chicken, for example.
Ten minutes to prepare. Twenty minutes for the oven to work its magic. And tadaa! You’ve got dinner on the table.
With plenty of garlic, a touch of sea salt, and a natural sugar called sucanat – even the pickiest eater will devour your dinner that’s so “clean eating” that it’s compliant for the autoimmune protocol diet.
What’s more, this easy dish becomes a quick protein that you can grab later when time is short.
Made enough for leftovers? Toss it into pancit and recreate the taste of delicious take-out. Chop it into cubes for your mason jar salad. Or slice it cold and pack into school lunches for the next day.