5-Ingredient Skillet French Onion Chicken


5-Ingredient Skillet French Onion Chicken


5-Ingredient Skillet French Onion Chicken
5-Ingredient Skillet French Onion Chicken

If your regular chicken breast recipes are getting old, this 5-Ingredient Skillet French Onion Chicken will shock your taste buds with its rich and wholesome flavor. This is one of the best chicken breast recipes for the price it costs to make. With only 5 ingredients, any budget-conscious household can make this delicious meal. Moreover, the chicken dish just takes under 30 minutes to prepare, so you can quickly make it when you get home from work. You can also make this fantastic chicken meal for a potluck. No matter what, no one will be able to resist its melted Swiss cheese and French onion taste—that's for sure.


When chicken is fully cooked, add a slice of Swiss cheese to the top of each chicken breast. Turn off heat and let the Swiss cheese melt over the chicken.


Preparation Time5 min

Cooking Time20 min

Cooking MethodSkillet

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I'm going to make this for my lunch meal prep on Sunday!

Very good flavors and really easy to prepare too. I added some fresh garden peas and a chopped red bell pepper because the dish does not look very appetizing, being rather pale in color. We had ours on a bed of rice and with a lovely fresh green salad and it was very good indeed.

This 5 Ingredient Skillet French Onion Chicken is a great little recipe. The ingredients are so simple, it's quick and easy to prepare, and it delivers big flavor. I eat a lot of chicken so I am always looking for ways to change it up. This recipe is a terrific change from the usual.

I am a huge fan of french onion soup, so I can only imagine I'd be a fan of this chicken recipe! This recipe looks so easy to make, which is perfect for me. I can't wait to try this chicken dish!

I have to eat this delectable looking skillet chicken. What an easy recipe and quick to make AND easy on the budget. A winner all round in my book. I would need to leave out the croutons as I have to eat gluten free. But I don't think it's going to make that much of a difference to the dish in general.

What would be a good substitute for the croutons? Maybe I will just leave them out. What kind of swiss slices? Does it matter if it is natural swiss or processed swiss slices? They taste a lot different so I am asking. This would be a nice and easy low carb meal.

Wow, I can't believe you can make French onion soup with 5 ingredients! Can't wait to try this.


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