Herb Chicken Skillet with Spinach & Tomatoes + Cooking with McCormick Spices

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Herbed Skillet Chicken with Tomatoes & Spinach

I recently made the best Herb Chicken Skillet with Spinach and Tomatoes, a recipe from McCormick using McCormick spices.  I have been impressed with how McComick understands the busyness of the modern family, but also recognizes the importance of wholesome, homemade family meals.

McCormick Spices

McCormick.com is a great place for getting inspiration for a quick, family-friendly & wholesome meal.  The site is well laid out with tons of ideas.  I especially am drawn to their spices.  If I’m going to take the time to cook a meal, the flavor needs to be spot on and spices are a great way to do just that. This recipe uses McCormick Oregano leaves, McCormick Pepper, McCormick Garlic Powder & McCormick Basil leaves.  These spices make this recipe sing!

McCormick Spices

On to the recipe.  I made a fun little Instagram video of me making the recipe.  Click through below to see how delicious it turned out.  I wish you could smell my kitchen right now…delish. My family loved it and asked me to make it again.

This recipe took me just 26 minutes to make and that was with stopping to record the video and make sure my table was extra pretty for all of you!  That is AMAZING that you can have a healthy, homemade dinner in just minutes.  Herb Chicken Skillet with Spinach and Tomatoes was so easy, but so good that I would make it for company.

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    October 26, 2013 at 5:13 am

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  • fleur
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    October 14, 2013 at 5:02 am

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  • Debby@Just Breathe
    October 12, 2013 at 2:13 pm

    Definitely their Garlic Powder, I use it all the time!
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  • Mary Hall
    October 12, 2013 at 11:46 am

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