Zucchini Chicken Casserole Ideas
Esther from Paleo On Main shared a common problem that many gardeners run into. They grow zucchini in their gardens, but quickly run out of things to do with it. Most people zucchini lovers don’t suffer from a lack of their favorite squash, but a lack of recipes. If you are trying to find new ways to incorporate zucchini into your paleo diet, you may want to expand your base of recipes. Esther has a great one that you might just fall in love with.
Zucchini Chicken Casserole
Zucchini and chicken casseroles are some of the most delightful dishes I have ever tried in my life. The soft texture of a piece of warm chicken and the crispiness of a juicy rich zucchini seem to mold together so perfectly. I have never been able to describe it in words, so you will just have to see for yourself! Of course, this dish would stand on its own simply because of the way the chicken juice seems to melt right into the scrumptious zucchini slices.
I just read an amazing recipe from Paleo On Main that had a delectable diet I think you just have to try out. This is a pretty easy dish to make. All you will need is:
- A few boneless chicken breasts
- Some garlic powder, onion powder and salt
- A light splash of chili powder
- Some lime juice
- A little water
- A pound of zucchini
This dish will take a bit of an investment of your time, so only start it out if you are able to commit at least six hours to preparing and cooking. This dish is definitely worth the time it takes to put into it. Esther has a few other tips that you can use to make this dish all the better. Consider adding an avocado sauce or a slice to top it off.
I strongly suggest that you take a look at the instructions on Paleo on Main. Esther has really put together a great recipe here and I am sure she will be honored if you check it out! The cooks over at Paleo Digest and Fast Paleo both spoke so highly of her dish that I just had to give it a try! I am glad I can always count on them to provide such great feedback!
Does this sound like a dish you would be willing to try? If you try it out please feel free to share your impressions here. If you have any hacks for this recipe we would all love to hear them as well. You could try to email Esther from her blog if you find something else that works.