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Soy Free Sauteed Chicken with Apples, Walnuts & Brie

The day I came up with this recipe, I was in the grocery store, surrounded by lots of things I couldn’t eat anymore, and I decided to come up with a darn good recipe to make up for the frustration I was feeling. I am always nervous trying out new things, but this did not disappoint!


2 Granny Smith Apples

2 tbs. chopped walnuts (optional)

2 tbs. raisins (optional)

1 tbs. butter

1 tbs. brown sugar

1 large slice of brie

2 chicken breasts

1 tbs. canola oil

Remove brie from refrigerator so that it becomes room temperature before using. Sautee chicken breasts in canola oil on medium heat, approximately 7 minutes on each side. In a separate sautee pan, add apples then pour brown sugar/butter mixture over apples. Sautee over medium high heat until brown and soft, about 5-10 minutes. Add walnuts to the apples, stir, and then add cooked chicken to the bottom of the pan with the apples/walnuts. Reduce heat to low. Place a small slice of brie over each chicken breast and cover pan until brie is slightly melted.

**Always keep in mind that chickens are likely to be fed soy, and there is conflicting research on whether the actual meat contains soy because of the feed.