I didn’t know what to do to make chicken interesting but healthy, and I didn’t want to get complicated, so I tried this. It was very easy to make and turned out to be quite good.
Cut a large onion into slices, and cook in a little olive oil and a little water until tender, not brown. Add two sprigs of fresh rosemary, two boneless chicken breasts and about half a cup each of red wine and water. Pour the wine right onto the chicken. Add crushed garlic if desired (I used powder). Cover and let simmer, adding wine and water if liquid runs out. You will probably have to add a full cup of water and another half of wine before the chicken is done.
When the breasts are cooked through, cover with slices of white cheddar, then heap onions and red wine gravy onto the chicken breasts and remove the cooked rosemary. Serve with steamed greens, and a fresh sprig of rosemary as garnish.