This is another Chicken dinner. I use a skinless boneless chicken breast that has been measured to weigh 100 grams or 3.2 oz. I normally cook it in two Tbsp of chicken basics chicken broth and let it steam in a covered pan only opening it to turn over. I like to place spices on my chicken for flavor such as Fox Point which is a onion powder, scallion mixture and some BBQ spice powder. I order my spices from Penzy's because they have the best spices anywhere. (* see note)
Bok Choy is cabbage. It is an oriental cabbage that I really like rather than the big heads. I also steam cook this cabbage in kitchen basic chicken broth and a little spray of Braggs Amino Acid. Braggs Amino Acid is a Soy Sauce substitute: Bragg Liquid Aminos contains:
no artificial coloring
Finally, I slice apple and I place them in a lunch size zip lock bag. I add a squeeze of lemon or lime juice and I put cinnamon and apple pie spice in them. This is one tasty way to enjoy a Gala medium size Apple. I like the Gala because of the cruch factor and they are juicy.
*Note...Spices in grocery stores have a shelf life and most of them have been shipped, stored in a wearhous and then to the store shelf. Some of those spices are over 10 years old. It may cost a little extra but do yourself a favor. Buy a bag of Vietnamese Cinnamon. it is the most fragrent and tasteful cinnamon in the world. Pensy's sells a bag for about $4 or $5 dollars. You will understand what I mean when I say, store bought spices are old and have no flavor or fragrance after you taste this.
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