Recipe by ChellBell
"An amazing dish that happens to be gluten-free. Seasoned steamed broccoli is a great side dish."
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2 1/2 tablespoons
3 large cloves
dried minced onion
skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
1 (6 ounce) can
no-salt-added tomato paste (such as Hunt's®)
chile-garlic sauce (such as Sriracha®), or to taste
salt to taste
shredded mozzarella cheese
Made this dish last night.Doubled the sauce recipe, my husband has a thing for sauces and gravies..served it with rice and asparagus. My 21 yr old and husband LOVED it!! I thought it was pretty good, i ended up sprinkling parm. cheese on it. Think the addition of Basil ( preferably fresh) would add something.Will be making it again.
I'm rating this a 3 because I omitted the chili-garlic sauce. Can't have anything too spicy for medical reasons-Bummer! I needed to whip something up fast, and this was great. I had IQF chicken breasts which were very large, cut them in 1/2, used alot of garlic and reg.onion(no shallots on hand). Sauteed onions and garlic, browned chicken in pan, removed chicken to a plate and made the sauce in the pan using tblsp. of italian seasoning and 1 tsp. oregano. returned chicken to pan and simmered a bit more, added more than 2 tblsp. of cheese. I didn't have no-salt tomato paste either. For what I had on hand, this was a great meal. Served with rice. Thanx, JK
Super easy and tasty. I also skipped the chile-garlic sauce since I had everything on hand except that. I also used Italian seasoning instead of separate spices since I was out of thyme. I was expecting the sauce to be runnier but its actually pretty thick and coats the chicken well.
I made this dish almost exact. I used the same amount of everything but used only two chicken breasts and used 2% milk instead of heavy. It was very yummy! I would love to make this for guests as it was only my boyfriend and me. Very good though!
I thought it was really good the only thing is it was a little too tomatoey. I added more cream and a little vodka to the sauce to thin out, seasoned it with salt, pepper and some italian seasoning. I placed the chicken breasts (i made enough for 8) in a baking dish sprayed with cooking spray in a 350 oven for 25 min. I placed the shredded mozzarella on top and baked until melted. To me it was like a mock chicken parmesan without the breading. I served the chicken with some italian herbed rice that I made and a salad.
If I could give this recipe a 10 rating, I would. I fixed as written and it was incredible. Of course, it is due to the butter and cream, but the flavor was outstanding. Just the right amount of heat. I definately would fix again! It will go into my favorites folder.
I changed the recipe so it would suit my taste buds: used chunks of skinless boneless cooked chicken breast that I added at the end of the sauce recipe. Used evaporated milk instead of heavy cream. (If you're on a gluten-free diet you might be lactose intolerant too, so remember to take a lactose pill.) I used a prepared organic g.f. soup instead of tomato paste and added just a dollop of milk.).) In short, I used the bare bones of the recipe but thank you though for the recipe's basic structure - it a good one.
was like chicken in spaghetti sauce, thought it would be creamier
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Creamy Tomato Chicken
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 408
** Calories from Fat: 247
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