Castiron Pan Roasted Chicken

Cast Iron Pan Roasted Chicken

cast iron chicken

We got married last year and one of the wedding gifts from a cast iron. Neither of us had never used one before. This is not a how to post, thats what google is for.

Each week I make our fave Brussels and Bacon. But Ive seen others on IG make yummy looking dishes in their cast iron pans. So I got creative.

Here is what I used:

  • cast iron
  • skinless chicken breasts
  • head of cabbage
  • bell pepper
  • black pepper & sea salt
  • Coconut amino
  • olive oil

I had a cabbage in the fridge that I had not used yet and a bell pepper. So I figured they would go great with some pan seared chicken.

I preheat the oven to 450. Then I drizzled some olive oil in the cast iron and pan seared the chicken breasts for a few minutes on each side. I also used some black pepper and sea salt.

Once they were seared I removed them. I scored the cabbage in 4 pieces and sliced the pepper. I added them to the pan and placed the chicken back on top. I placed it in the oven and cooked it for 30 minutes.

The house smelled amazing and so was the chicken and roasted cabbage! I am obsessed with coconut amino from Coconut Secrets and I drizzled some on top of mine.

So if you have a cast iron laying around, break it out and use it.

Would be good with chicken thighs as well. Enjoy!

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Author:jackieenos

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