This Apricot Pine Nuts Chicken Skillet is a delicious and easy meal dish that than be prepared in just 20 minutes or so.
This post was originally published in April 2017. I have taken and uploaded new photos and slightly improved the recipe; however, the blogpost itself remains unchanged.
Easter & Co
I cannot believe Easter is around the corner (And almost knocking on the doors and windows). Also, I cannot believe I failed. I haven’t made any holiday dishes. Embarrassing, I know.
Lately, I’ve been missing lots of holidays. I should say all of them except, perhaps, Christmas and Valentine’s. Besides the statutory holidays, there are plenty of food days throughout the year. Even though I like publishing recipes regards one of these days, I’ve been missing them too lately. I believe I missed every single day I might have been interested in last year.
It’s like “Oh, is it a National pancake day today? Why nobody told me that?” “Oh, was it a National pasta day 3,5 weeks ago? I wish I had known that”
I’m afraid, if there was a lavender day, I would miss it too! #BensNightmare
Anyways, a couple of weeks ago I realized Easter was coming. Honestly, I gave up straight away having decided there was no way I would make some holiday deliciousness. And If I could have managed it, the recipes would have likely appeared somewhere in between summer and Thanksgiving.
Apricot Pine Nuts Chicken Skillet
So here we go. Let’s pretend this Apricot Pine Nuts Chicken Skillet would be the perfect Easter dish. The combo of chicken, dried apricots, herbs, and pine nuts is mouthwatering. Besides, the apricots introduce some bright spring colors. Tell me now it’s not an Easter dish.
The great news is it takes about 20 minutes from start to finish. Thus, you can spend more time with your family outside of the kitchen. Also, make sure to check this recipe for Creamy Chicken Breasts with Prunes so you might make this weekend both and then compare which idea you would like more.
Happy Easter, my friends!
P.S. If there’s a Lavender Day, you know you should inform me, don’t you?:)
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