Recipe by Birds Eye®
"Chunks of chicken and lots of colorful veggies are tossed in a balsamic vinaigrette, broiled until just done, then served topped with Parmesan cheese--dinner's on the table in 20 minutes!"
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1 (14 ounce) bag
Birds Eye® Recipe Ready Grilling Blend
boneless, skinless chicken breast halves, cut into bite-sized pieces
balsamic or red wine vinegar
shredded Parmesan cheese
Most people didn't seem to like this that much, but I thought it was great! I read a few reviews before I broiled it and figured I should take heed to what was mentioned most. Most reviewers stated the chicken needed more seasoning. I lightly used creole seasoning on both sides of my boneless chicken. I followed the ingredients as it was called, but I poured more balsamic vinegar on the chicken and the veggies. This dish was all about flavor considering it is a broiled dish. I noticed my chicken was cooking too fast. Therefore, I broiled it on Low. The high setting was burning the outside and the inside was pink. My chicken was frozen. Once it thawed in the oven I applied the creole seasoning to ensure it wouldn't be bland. I think it cooked broiled for 20 minutes. Guys my husband thought it was good! It's a winner in my house. I don't think I would change anything I did.
This was okay. Needs a lot more seasoning than recipe calls for.
I thought this wasn't too bad when eaten straight from the oven. I followed the directions exactly, except I did defrost the veggies a little in some water and drained them well before proceeding with the recipe. It was kind of like a kabob somewhat, but without the stick. I would have liked some type of seasoning I didn't have to consider on my own or what is the point of a recipe. Just make sure to eat this dish right when it is finished. Once re-heated the chicken gets a little dry and the vegetables kind of soften a bit too much for my taste.
I used salted and peppered chicken thighs as these veggies tend to lack seasoning. Since it's summer I grilled out and put the veggies in a foil pouch with 1/2 tsp garlic powder and onion powder. Love the ease of the product but would love more seasoning.
I think the ease of this dish is great because it came together in minutes and was very quick to cook. Personally though - we prefer a crisper vegetable, so, we weren't big fans of this product. The vegetables were much to soft for us. Based on the other reviews I did add some Italian seasoning to the mix before broiling. I think without some extra flavor it would be very bland.
This was ok; not horrible, but not great either. I really liked that it was quick and everything cooked in one pan. Thankfully the veggies add quite a bit of flavor to the dish, because the chicken is bland bland bland. I even added two crushed gloves of garlic to the mix. To get more flavor, it'd be beneficial to marinate the chicken in the oil and vinegar mix for a few hours, but I guess that defeats the purpose of a quick, last minute meal. I cooked everything for 12 minutes. The recipe ready veggies are very handy, however I miss the crunch of fresh veggies.
Couldn't find the frozen grilled veggies so substituted for other veggies but turned out great. I wasn't greedy with the cheese and made a rice side. Delicious.
Very quick, easy, and tasty! I didn't have Birds Eye veggies...just used zucchini, squash, onion, and mushrooms I already had. I added a bit of Worcestershire sauce & garlic (for my taste). I will definitely be using this recipe again! ??
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Oven-Grilled Chicken and Vegetables
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 92
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