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Baked Gluten-Free Breaded Chicken with Mashed Potatoes and Kale

November 8, 2013
A hearty dinner on a chilly, rainy fall night!

A hearty gluten-free dinner on a chilly, rainy fall night!

Like a children’s picture book, I’m going to let photos show you the gluten-free dinner
I made and enjoyed last night!

Organic grape tomatoes around skinless, boneless chicken breast half.

Organic grape tomatoes around half of a skinless, boneless chicken breast. The chicken and tomatoes are from Trader Joe’s.

Aleia's Italian gluten free bread crumbs

Aleia’s Italian gluten-free bread crumbs, which I sprinkle on all sorts of things, including fried tofu!

Aleia's Italian gluten free bread crumbs sprinkled (generously!) over chicken and tomatoes.

Aleia’s Italian gluten-free bread crumbs sprinkled (generously!) over chicken and tomatoes.

Boiling potatoes for mashing - to which I add only a touch of unsalted butter. I like to taste potato, not milk or cream.

Boiled potatoes for mashing – to which I add only a touch of unsalted butter. I like to taste potato, not milk or cream.

Sauteed kale in olive oil (my favorite part of the meal!)

Sautéed kale in olive oil (my favorite part of the meal!)

It was a dreary and cold day, and I think that inspired this comfort food dinner.
I can’t believe I ate (almost) the whole thing!
Here it is again!

Yummy!

Yummy! With lemon water and a glass of 2011 Chateau Ste Michelle Chardonnay.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. awriterweavesatale permalink
    November 12, 2013 12:25 pm

    Oh truly what great comfort food I am in need of, but if only I could get my kids to eat the stuff! Thanks for your heartwarming and empathetic comment on my mom post. xo

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    • November 12, 2013 1:09 pm

      You’re welcome, right from my heart. I filled with tears as I read your post, for the memories I carry and for what you and your mother are going through.
      But I also laughed! You tell a story so well. xo

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