PARSLEYED CHICKEN THYME WITH CHOPPED ROMA TOMATO – CHOPPED RED ONION – SLICED WHITE MUSHROOMS – MINCED GARLIC IN BONE BROTH – WHITE WINE SAUCE

We like variations on this recipe for both fish and chicken. . .we enjoy the taste, find the combination of flavors just right. . .

For 2:

–3 chicken tenders

–bone broth (one-eighth cup)

–white wine (one-eighth cup)

–Roma tomato (chopped)

–red onion (2 slices of a large onion, chopped)

–thyme (dried, 1 teaspoon)

–white mushrooms (6 to 8, small, sliced)

–minced garlic (1 tablespoon)

–parsley (fresh, 1 handful, chopped)

–salt and pepper to taste

–extra virgin olive oil to taste

1 – Place the tomato, onion, and mushrooms in a large, covered baking dish. Add bone broth and white wine. Season with garlic, salt, pepper, thyme, and extra virgin olive oil. Fold the ingredients together gently, being careful to spread the garlic about. Microwave on high for 4 minutes.

2 – Place the chicken tenders amid the vegetables. Season with salt, pepper, and olive oil. Spoon veggies and sauce over the chicken. Sprinkle with chopped parsley.

3 – Microwave, covered, on high for 4 minutes and 20 seconds. When finished, check a center piece for doneness. If not cooked, return to the microwave for 1 minute more.

4 – Serve the chicken and vegetables hot, atop rice, if desired. (I used jasmine, follow directions on the package because brands differ).

–recipe inspired by C. Mabry, in the manner of Edward Giobbi.

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