RECIPE: Easy Tuscan Chicken

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You’ll know from my previous posts that since my Crohn’s diagnosis I have been tweaking recipes to be a bit more friendly for those with IBDs, like my dairy-free creamy tomato pasta recipe. Because they are so personal, it differs person to person what you can eat without issue, and a lot of it also depends on what treatment you are on at the time. I did think about changing this one up a bit to make it a little bit more friendly to those that cannot tolerate lactose, but I knew that dairy-free cream just wouldn’t cut it. So approach this easy to make Tuscan chicken recipe with caution!

Ingredients (serves 2)

2 x skinless chicken breasts

500ml chicken stock

300ml double cream

4 teaspoons of tomato puree

1 teaspoon garlic granules

2 teaspoons oregano

100g grated parmesan

Handful of spinach, chopped


  1. On a medium heat, sear both sides of each chicken breast, and set aside in a casserole dish
  2. Put the chicken stock, cream and tomato puree in the pan you just used with the chicken juices still in, and stir until all of the ingredients are combined, still on a medium heat (I use a wok for this)
  3. Add in the grated parmesan and stir into the sauce
  4. Now add in the garlic granules, oregano and chopped spinach and stir
  5. Cover the chicken breasts in the sauce in a casserole dish, and cook on 200 degrees for 45 minutes, until the chicken is cooked through

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2 responses to “RECIPE: Easy Tuscan Chicken”

  1. […] straight away. I had mine with my Easy Tuscan Chicken and it was […]


  2. […] notice I’ve called this “Greek-inspired”. Recently, I shared my recipe for Tuscan chicken, which, aside from a couple of moderations to help those with IBDs, pretty much follows every […]


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