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Herbes de Provence Lemon Chicken

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The most common question we get in the spice shop is “what’s good on chicken” and this go-to Lemon Chicken with Herbes de Provence as always high on the list. Classic but never boring, the lemon-chicken combination is a perfect fit, and this dish is a one pan crowd pleaser. We opted for bone in skin on chicken breast for optimum juiciness and Herbes de Provence  for a classic French application. We added lavender for a touch of woodsy flowers that bring out the sweetness in the lemon and a buttery chardonnay to give the broth body. Pull out this recipe for any quick weeknight supper, everyone loves it!


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