Marinated Chicken – A One-Skillet Nutrient Rich Meal

I just love 1-skillet meal recipes. They are keenly handy after a busy day on our survival homestead now, and will become even more beneficial during a SHTF scenario when ingredients will be rationed and additional demands will be placed on your time.

This marinated chicken recipe was created with four key aspects in mind: taste, simplicity, varying heat sources, and healing herbs. I have made this recipe over an open flame, in the smoker, on a wood cookstove, and in our gas oven – all using the same cast iron pot!

marinated chicken in cast iron skillet

It took some experimentation fails to get the flavor combination of herbs and flowers just right with my homemade survival meal concoctions, but this is one is truly delicious and a tribe favorite.

Even small homesteaders can keep chickens in their backyard to keep a readily available source of protein. Growing the herbs and vegetables you need to go with this 1-skillet recipe can also easily be accomplished in a small space.

I cannot give you exact measurements and cooking times for this 1-skillet meal because the both the weight of chicken used and the cooking source can vary widely, as can the herbs, depending upon what you have available.

Instead, I will give you my tried and true ballpark estimates that you can adapt to your own liking as your try out the recipe at home with your own available herbs and choice of cooking source.

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