There's no denying that skinless chicken breast is the most versatile and healthy of meats. Try this herb and citrus pan sauce for a chicken dish with minimal fat and maximum flavour.
*Use skinless, boneless turkey fillets or boneless pork chops instead of chicken.
*Substitute apricot jam for the orange marmalade.
*Serve this dish with steamed brown rice and grilled vegetables.
*The potassium in the orange juice will help to lower your risk of stroke, while the pectin found in the marmalade is a cholesterol-lowering type of soluble fibre.
*Shallots, whose taste falls somewhere between onion and garlic, are a good source of vitamin B6, which helps manufacture amino acids in the body.
Tried this for the first time was very tasty made a change from more traditional chicken dishes will definatly make again - 14 Nov 2009
I'm experimenting with different sauces, especially low fat, this is so simple to make and I know it's going to be a favourite. I didn't have lemon so I just used a lime instead....Really tasty! - 16 Sep 2013
My husband liked this one - 26 Sep 2016