One-Pan Chicken and Mushrooms

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This one-pan Chicken and Mushroom recipe is not only quick but delicious. It’s perfect for your family, any night of the week.

Are mushrooms AIP?

Yes. They are fungi, which is like a vegetable but in a group of their own. If you want to learn more about mushrooms and their health benefits, check out this article from The Paleo Mom.

Which spices can I have on AIP?

There are a lot of spices and herbs that are elimination-phase AIP compliant such as oregano, sage, thyme, rosemary etc. Italian seasonings are used in this recipe (here’s a homemade recipe), but you could also use AIP Herbs de Provence (here’s a homemade recipe) or your favorite spice blend.

If you’re looking for other AIP Chicken Recipes, here’s a few favorites.


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Serves: 4
  1. Season the chicken thighs with salt. Coat the bottom of a frying pan (or cast-iron skillet) with olive oil over medium high heat.
  2. Brown the chicken in the skillet, about 3 minutes on each side. Then remove them from the pan and set aside.
  3. Add the mushrooms to the pan and let sauté while stirring occasionally, until they are cooked through, about 3 minutes.
  4. Add the Italian seasonings, onion, garlic powder and ½ cup bone broth to the mushroom and bring to a boil.
  5. Next add the chicken thighs back into the pan and finish cooking for another 3-5 minutes.
  6. Remove from heat and serve with your favorite side dish.



About Beth Chen

Beth is mama to a beautiful boy, a self-taught cook and photographer. After becoming ill, Beth found the AIP diet and used it to help find stability in her health. She’s turned her passion for food, photography and healthy living into a blog called The purpose behind the blog was to make switching to the AIP lifestyle less intimidating and more delicious. Just because you have food restrictions, doesn’t mean that your food needs to taste like it. Besides the kitchen, her favorite place is her backyard where she chases her kiddo and is attempting to turn her black thumb green. Beth lives in San Diego with her husband and son.

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  • Leigh-Ann says

    This was amazing, thank you! I swapped the powders for an onion and some garlic cloves, and it worked out well. I served it with mashed cauliflower, roasted radish and carrots (with a little cinnamon and chilli powder). A wonderful warming and totally delicious winter meal!

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