• Katherine Arthurs

Gluten Free Simple Chicken Tetrazzini

Happy Monday! What does comfort food mean to you?


I think comfort food comes in many forms...for me, homemade simple food is the best. And meals made in ONE pan, is always nice too!


I love how bone broth + coconut milk make this sauce so delicious - it also helps that mushrooms, shallots + garlic are in there too. Don't forget the sherry - that add just a hint of the unexpected, which is always nice in comforting meals like this.


I served this over buttery noodles but spaghetti squash noodles or jasmine rice would be great too!


What are you making this week?



Gluten Free Simple Chicken Tetrazzini

Dairy + Gluten Free


4-6 Bone in Skin on Chicken Thighs

salt + pepper

1 tablespoon butter

8 oz blend of mushrooms, sliced

3-4 shallots, sliced

3 garlic cloves, chopped

1 tablespoon dried thyme

1 teaspoon tapioca or arrowroot flour

2 tablespoons sherry

1 cup chicken bone broth

1 14.5 ox can full fat coconut milk

2 handfuls fresh spinach

1/2 frozen or fresh peas

1/2 cup chopped fresh parsley


Preheat your oven to 425F.


Using a sheet tray, arrange the chicken thighs skin facing up. Sprinkle with salt + pepper. Roast for 12 minutes + remove from oven to let cool on the pan.


Meanwhile, using a large pan with sides, saute over medium high heat the butter, mushrooms + shallots.

Cook until the mushrooms are brown + the shallots are softened. Turn the heat to medium. Add the garlic, thyme, tapioca + 1 teaspoon each salt + pepper. Toss to combine + coat everything together. Cook for 1 minute. While stirring add the sherry. When the sherry evaporates, add the bone broth + coconut milk. Stir to combine + turn the heat to low.


When the sauce starts to thicken, turn the heat off. Add the spinach, peas + parsley. Pull the chicken off the bones + remove the skin. Pull the chicken into small pieces + add to the pan with the mushrooms. Add any pan drippings to the pan as well. Combine everything together.


Serve over buttery noodles, jasmine rice or spaghetti squash "noodles".


Enjoy!


*chicken breasts could be used in this recipe - I only had thighs on hand.