Spinach Artichoke Skillet Chicken

Spinach artichoke dip is one of my all time favorite dips! There is nothing like it with some warm tortilla chips or pita chips to scoop it up. So that was the inspiration behind this gorgeous spinach artichoke skillet chicken. The sauce was a leaner, less thick version of the dip with juicy chicken thighs cooked in it to really absorb all of those lovely flavors. Best of all it was a one pan wonder meal that was really simple to make!

I started by browning my chicken thighs in some olive oil. Before I did, I seasoned them with salt, black pepper and garlic powder. They needed to cook just to develop some color for about 4 minutes on each side at this point.
Then I took the chicken out and started on the sauce. The flavorful base had loads of garlic, onion, chopped artichoke hearts and baby spinach. Then Dijon mustard, white wine, milk, chicken stock and corn starch to thicken it finished it up perfectly.
After that I nestled the chicken back into the sauce and sprinkled lots of parmesan cheese on top. Then the spinach artichoke skillet chicken just baked for about 25 minutes.

Oh my goodness, when it came out it was perfection! The chicken was so juicy from cooking in that sauce. I served it with a bunch of roasted sweet potatoes and it was such a satisfying but still pretty healthy meal. Hope you all love it too! xoxo

Spinach Artichoke Skillet Chicken
Spinach Artichoke Skillet Chicken
5 from 1 vote
Spinach Artichoke Skillet Chicken
Spinach Artichoke Skillet Chicken
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
45 mins
Total Time
1 hr
 

This spinach artichoke skillet chicken is so flavorful and simple for dinner! Serve it with your favorite sides or over pasta for a complete meal.

Course: Main Course
Keyword: Skillet Chicken, Spinach Artichoke Skillet Chicken
Servings: 5
Calories: 300 kcal
Author: Jeanie and Lulu’s Kitchen
Ingredients
  • 1 dash olive oil
  • 5 whole boneless, skinless chicken thighs
  • 2 pinches salt
  • 2 pinches black pepper
  • 2 pinches garlic powder
  • 1 whole onion diced small
  • 3 cloves garlic minced
  • 1 can artichoke hearts 14 ounces, drained and roughly chopped
  • 3 cups baby spinach
  • 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
  • 1/4 cup white wine
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup chicken stock
  • 1 teaspoon corn starch
  • 1/4 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat the oven to 375 and get out a large skillet with deep sides. Heat the olive oil in the skillet over medium high heat. While it heats up, generously season the chicken on both sides with the salt, pepper and garlic powder. Then brown the chicken for 4 minutes on each side in the skillet. Remove it to a plate and add the onion, garlic and artichokes to the pan. Let them get soft for a minute, then add in the spinach and stir it in to wilt for another minute. Pour in the mustard and wine and let them cook for another minute with everything. Finally, pour in the milk, chicken stock and corn starch.

  2. Give the sauce and stir, letting it bubble for a minute. Then return the chicken to the pan and let it sit in the sauce for another couple of minutes while you sprinkle the parmesan on top. Transfer the pan to the oven and let it all bake together and meld for about 25 minutes. When it is done, just plate it directly from the skillet and serve with your favorite sides!

Nutrition Facts
Spinach Artichoke Skillet Chicken
Amount Per Serving (1 serving)
Calories 300 Calories from Fat 150
% Daily Value*
Fat 16.7g26%
Saturated Fat 5.2g33%
Cholesterol 87mg29%
Sodium 777mg34%
Potassium 173mg5%
Carbohydrates 11.7g4%
Fiber 5g21%
Sugar 3.3g4%
Protein 22.4g45%
Calcium 100mg10%
Iron 2.9mg16%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
This spinach artichoke skillet chicken is so flavorful and simple for dinner! Serve it with your favorite sides or over pasta for a complete meal. #chicken #dinners #skilletdinners #spinachartichokeskilletchicken #jeanieandluluskitchen
Spinach Artichoke Skillet Chicken

11 thoughts on “Spinach Artichoke Skillet Chicken”

  1. It definitely looks yummy and I love chicken dishes. Spinach isn’t common where I live though. Are there any alternatives to it?

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