This Chicken Provencal dish is a very simple French version of roasted chicken. This recipe only uses less than 10 ingredients and uses a homemade version of Herbs de Provence to ensure that it’s AIP friendly.
Part of the genius of this recipe is the crispy skin. The arrowroot powder helps make the skin get crisp but it can be hard to find. I’ve tried this recipe with and without the arrowroot powder and it works either way. If you can’t find it, no big deal because it will still taste great.
This recipe has the greatest flavor from the spice blend, Herbs de Provence. It could easily be substituted with Italian Seasoning. I’ve made custom blends of both that are both autoimmune protocol friendly.
This recipe for Chicken Provencal makes perfectly cooked, juicy chicken with a crispy skin that’s seasoned with Herbs de Provence. It’s a simple spin on traditional flavors that are AIP friendly. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, shellfish, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol (AIP) and paleo diets.