Doesn’t it just look like summer on a plate? If you’re a fan of classic caprese, I have your new favorite dish right here! I’m talking perfectly ripe cherry tomatoes, lots of basil, fresh mozzarella and a balsamic reduction that totally transforms your usual chicken routine! And hello, ready in under 30 minutes? Sign me up!
You guys know I’m all about easy, fast and flavorful when it comes to dinner, and this 30 minute chicken caprese skillet checks all the boxes and then some! I’m also super excited to share this recipe with you because it’s part of a fun Olympics-themed campaign with my friends at Farberware all about international cuisines that the whole family will love. I gotta tell ya, I think this one is a winner. I know I may be biased, but it’s one of those dishes everyone loves, especially when that cheese starts to melt!
Okay, so my big tip for this one is to spoon the balsamic reduction all over the chicken before you put the cheese on top so all the flavors can get to know each other. You’ll know exactly what I mean when you grab the full recipe over on Farberware! Speaking of that balsamic reduction, you’re not going to believe how easy it is to make. Just a touch of brown sugar adds a little sweetness and turns it into a beautiful reduction that adds so much oomph to this dinner! I don’t know about you, but I love oomph! You might just find yourself at the stove scooping up the last of the sweet cherry tomatoes with all the balsamic you can manage to scrape up…
Head over to Farberware for the full chicken caprese recipe and give it a try asap! I can’t wait to hear what you think of this one, I know you’ll love it! For even more recipes and some awesome giveaways, make sure to check out the Farberware Facebook page. Lots of good stuff happening over there!
Thanks so much for reading! Happy baking and cooking! 🙂
Disclosure: I am in a working relationship with Farberware and this recipe and post was sponsored by Farberware. Thank you for your continued support in allowing me to work with brands I love.