Sundried Tomato Chicken

Sundried Tomato Chicken

By Bryan Carroll CFMP, NTP, FAFS

February 27, 2017

Let's be honest, when you eat chicken often, you start to get sick of the taste. If you are like me, you probably grew up eating chicken multiple times per week. Unfortunately, chicken does provide a nice amount of protein, so it is hard to give it up. That is why I tried to spice up the flavors to go with my chicken by adding in some sundried tomato balsamic vinegar! This helps to give it a nice kick, as well as stimulate digestive juices to help break down the protein so your body can utilize it.

Sundried Tomato Chicken

Start out by sauteing chicken breasts in a frying pan until brown on both sides. Add seasonings to both sides of the chicken.

Place some green beans on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Then add the chicken on top of the beans. Place into the oven for 30-45 minutes, depending on your desired texture for the green beans.

Once food is cooked to your liking, serve it up with some sundried tomato balsamic vinegar. Enjoy!

Sundried Tomato Chicken

Sundried Tomato Chicken

Sundried Tomato Chicken

This Sundried Tomato Chicken recipe packs a flavorful punch to your meal, and keeps the chicken tender.
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CourseMain Dish
AuthorBryan Carroll CFMP, NTP, FAFS


  • 4 Chicken Breast
  • 1 lb Green Beans
  • 1/4 tsp Garlic Powder
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 1/4 tsp Onion Powder
  • 1/4 tsp Basil
  • 1/4 tsp olive oil


  • Saute Chicken Breasts in Frying Pan until brown on both sides (not cooked all of the way through!). Sprinkle seasonings listed above on both sides of chicken breast before flipping to brown other side.
  • Heat oven to 450 degrees. We use an oven in our RV for this recipe so it may vary a tad bit with conventional/house ovens.
  • Place green beans on a pan with parchment paper and toss with olive oil. Then sprinkle salt and garlic powder on the green beans.
  • Add the browned chicken to your pan and place in the oven.
  • Cook for an average of 45 minutes, continuously checking chicken to make sure it does not get dried out. We like our beans extra soft and well cooked so I keep them in the oven for nearly an hour. The chicken is usually ready after a half hour in the oven.
  • Once food is cooked to your liking, serve onto plates and drizzle liberally with olive oil vinaigrette of your choice. We personally love OMG! Sundried Tomato Balsamic Dipping Oil.


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About the author

Bryan Carroll CFMP, NTP, FAFS

Bryan Carroll is a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and Movement Therapist who helps the outdoors community to reduce injuries and improve their health so they can get back to exploring nature. His big health crisis from mold exposure taught him the importance of finding the root causes to illnesses so you can take back control of your life. He is also the host of the Summit For Wellness Podcast.

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