Our New Favorite Meal…Chicken Lombardy!

Do y’all go through phases where your favorite meals change like we do? I am always looking on Pinterest and Facebook for new Keto meal ideas. When I see something that I think I want to try, I save it. I look through my Facebook saves and Pinterest boards every few days trying to decide what I want to cook next.  Am I the only one who does things like this? Anyway, the first time I saw this recipe I knew that I was absolutely going to cook this…and soon! I sent the recipe link to my College Girl and she replied with an emphatic YES!

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This recipe is so rich and flavorful that non-Ketoers will never guess that it is Keto.  I love the creamy sauce with mushrooms and garlic. I followed the recipe exactly when I made Chicken Lombardy the first time. It was delicious! I found that I wanted more sauce since I served it over cauliflower rice. I doubled the sauce recipe the next time and added a little more chicken.  Again, this was so good!

I also added extra garlic – just because I love garlicky dishes. You can shorten the prep time by using fresh sliced mushrooms that can be found in the produce section. These mushrooms are also pre-washed so you can just open the package and dump them into the skillet. Although the recipe instructions call for a cast iron skillet, I opted to use my large non-stick skillet.

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You can also serve Chicken Lombardy with a side salad and steamed cauliflower or whatever Keto vegetable you prefer. I think it makes a very pretty presentation, too – even while still in the casserole dish.

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I found this recipe on Facebook and reached out to Kasey Trenum to see if I could share her recipe on my blog.  Kasey was very gracious and agreed.  You can find Kasey’s recipe for Chicken Lombardy on the website kaseytrenum.com. Kasey has so many good recipes that you can check out on the Keto Recipes page of her website. I have made a number of Kasey’s recipes and loved them all!

Chicken Lombardy leftovers store well in the refrigerator and freezer.  I freeze leftovers in single servings so the College Girl can take them to school. When she doesn’t feel like going to the cafeteria all she has to do is pull one out of the freezer and voila! homemade comfort food!

If you like this recipe, drop me a comment and let me know!






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