Now, I'm assuming this is gonna taste good because well, it's currently in the oven and it smells good!  The following recipe is was inspired by Annas Kyckling i Ugn (Anna's Chicken in the Oven) found in LCHF för Famlijen.  I've changed so much in the recipe though that it's a totally new recipe.  The originally recipe calls for mushrooms.  My husband really isn't fond of mushrooms, so I thought that I'd substitute mushrooms with something else.  I wanted to make a dish that had vegetables in it because I wasn't planning to do a salad tonight, so instead of mushrooms I put in broccoli, tomatoes and peppers.  My husband also isn't a big fan of creamy sauces, alfredo type sauces, (one wonders how we got together as I LOVE both mushroom and cream sauces!) and when I was preparing the recipe according to the original, I felt that it may not be to his liking, so I added some tomato paste. The last substitution is I used turkey bacon instead of regular bacon as I don't eat pork.  I also cut the the chicken breasts up into smaller pieces, just to ensure that it will cook through and it's easier to dish out that way, especially if you have more than four people and it's one of other dishes on the table.  So here you go everyone, my oven chicken!

UPDATE It did taste good.  I reckon the sauce was slightly more watery than I had pictured it to turn out.  Definitely more watery than the sauce I had put into the oven dish.  I believe that's because of the water content in the tomatoes and the broccoli and the chicken.  The chicken turned out very tender.  I hope my husband likes it, if not, I have my dinner for the next few days sorted!

Nomnomgal's Oven Chicken
4 Portions

4 chicken breasts
1 packet of bacon (140g)  (I used about 75g of Turkey bacon because I had an opened pack already in the fridge)
3/4 of a head of broccoli (cut into florets and steamed)
10 cocktail tomatoes (5 cut into quarters and the other 5 into slices for garnish)
1/2 spanish red peper (diced)
5 dl (500ml) Créme Fraiche
Paprika Powder
Cayenne Powder
Chilli Flakes
70g Tomato Paste (I got these 70g tomato paste cans from a middle easten store.  Perfectly sized for a meal like this)
2-3 dl (200-300 ml) shredded cheese

  1. Set the oven to 200 degrees C.
  2. Fry the bacon in a deep frying pan, save about a quarter and place it aside.
  3. Pour over the créme fraiche.  Add the tomato paste.  Finally add the spices listed according to your taste and allow it to bubble a little over low heat.
  4. Cover the bottom of an oven proof pan with the chicken pieces, broccoli, tomato quarters, and red pepper.
  5. Pour over the creamy tomato bacon sauce and top with the shredded cheese.
  6. Decorate with the remaining cocktail tomato slices and bacon bits.
  7. Bake in the oven for about 20-25 minutes.
  8. Serve with a side salad.