Garlic Balsamic Chicken

Hey All! This delicious dish I’m about to share with you has been made with Wildtree all natural products. You of course can substitute using your own blends but being that I (Amelia) sell for Wildtree and actually really love their products you’ll see me mention our specific blends in this recipe. I made this meal as part of a freezer meal workshop, which if there’s one thing I can recommend to busy moms it would be prepping yourself some freezer meals! It saves so much time whether you’re a working mom getting home just in time to cook dinner or a stay at home mom juggling kids and activities and pickups right before dinner. I chose to do this as a stir fry in a pan over medium-high heat vs. the skewer version below. You choose whichever works best for you! 

  Pre-prepped bag directions (just pull out of the freezer and defrost before you cook!):
1 1/2 lbs. chicken – cut into 1in. Cubes

1 red bell pepper cut into chunks

1 yellow or green pepper cut into chunks 

1 red onion cut into chunks

2 tbsp Wildtree Garlic Galore seasoning

1 tbsp Wildtree California Style Garlic Pepper Blend

1 tsp dried basil

2 tbsp Wildtree Coconut Oil

At time of cooking:

1/4 cup balsamic vinegar 

8 wooden skewers, soaked in water  or grilling basket or just a pan to stir fry indoors 

Defrost. Add balsamic vinegar to chicken bag no more than 30 minutes prior to cooking. Soak skewers in water for at least 30 minutes. Heat a lightly-oiled grill (can be a skillet grill) to medium-high heat. Alternately thread the chicken, onion and pepper chunks on skewers. Place skewers on the grill (or skillet grill), and cook 2 – 3 minutes per side, until chicken is cooked.

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