Chicken is something our family eats A LOT of. Even as a child for normal dinners and family event dinners, it was standard issue. It didn't matter who's house we were at. It was always...chicken! It was a joke as a kid, but even now this bird is still the main course half the time.
This recipe only uses a few simple ingredients and it really quick and easy to prepare.
Cut up some mushrooms, and saute in a large cooking pan. I usually saute vegetables with a little olive oil and apple cider vinegar. Also add some garlic (not pictured here) if you'd like.
Chop up the chicken into small, bite-size peices. Put the chicken in a bowl and stir in with some dried basil. Set aside while the mushrooms cook down a bit in the pan.
Once the mushrooms are cooked to your liking, add the chopped chicken to the pan and stir. Then drain the diced tomatoes and beans, and throw those in the pan as well. Stir, cover and let cook until chicken is cooked through.
Voila! Now you have a nice tuscan chicken saute.
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