I seem to have some sort of aversion to boiling lasagna noodles, which is precisely why a skillet lasagna is the perfect lasagna for me. Unlike a traditional lasagna that you have to spend quite a bit of time pre-cooking and layering, a skillet lasagna comes together in just about thirty minutes and in — you guessed it — a single skillet. And this particular skillet lasagna, well it’s far more delicious than any lasagna deserves to be, skillet or not. It features a creamy Alfredo-inspired sauce, juicy seared chicken, and earthy spinach. I love it, my family loves it, I can’t imagine that anyone wouldn’t love it. And it doesn’t hurt that it’s super simple to make.
You’re going to start by cooking your chicken breasts in the very same skillet you’ll use for the rest of the recipe. Just season them, brown them in some olive oil, and then braise them for a bit in some chicken broth until they’re cooked through. Then just set them aside for a bit while you start to work on the other components.
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