Recipe by chickuh4u
"A delicious, healthy, and easy-to-bake lasagna that substitutes polenta for pasta, topped with homemade sauce!"
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chopped fresh basil
chopped fresh oregano
salt and pepper to taste
cremini mushrooms (baby bellas), sliced
Vidalia onion, finely chopped
skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - cubed
2 (16 ounce) tubes
polenta, cut into 1/4 inch thick slices
shredded Mozzarella cheese
I really loved this recipe. However, i switched things up a bit and used store bought spaghetti sauce and then made my own polenta that had spinach, garlic and cheese in it. Polenta is sooo easy to make and by making it yourself, you can make your own flavors
Searching on this website for a way to use Polenta, I checked this recipe out. My rating reflects my changes. Seemed like the ingredients were a little unusual, but it looked like something I could work with. I used 2 14.5 oz cans of diced tomatoes with garlic. I’m still not sure where all the salt is coming from…don’t add any more. I used grown up Cremini’s…Portabella’s that is, homemade pesto, dried basil and oregano and twice as much reduced fat Mozzarella. Also, I prefer more like a third of my daily protein intake per meal (3 meals per day), so added less chicken than called for. No point wasting protein, it is one of the more expensive aspects to required daily needs. I also added a can of healthy choice cream of mushroom soup for flavor and “creaminess” as well as some white wine during the reduction process. I didn’t cook the tomato mixture as long as recommended and added the onion and ‘shrooms early. The polenta was “Original” on the bottom and “Garlic Basil” for the upper layer. What I’m saying is I’m not one to respect a recipe on the first go ‘round. It was a lot of work, what with “searing” the polenta…2 patches in a big pan…blah, blah, blah...but it was DARN good in the end and a change of pace from the whole grain/wheat pasta’s that I LOVE.
This is a good one! I tossed the chicken chunks in the pesto sauce instead of trying to smear it over the pieces of polenta, and used canned tomato sauce for convenience. I couldn't find pre-made polenta, so I made my own, nothing is easier! Next time I'm going to try broiling the polenta in the oven instead of taking the time to fry all those pieces in several batches. I really liked the polenta in place of pasta, it gives it such a good texture. Thanks for the recipe!
This recipe is really nice, i didn't put 6 cloves of garlic in i only put in 3, and it was ample. i also didn't need to cook the sauce for 45minutes, i just cooked it until the sauce began to thicken as the liquid evaporated. i would definately make it again as the whole family enjoyed it.
This is WONDERFUL. My husband has begged its permanent residence in my recipe box. I did leave this a vegetarian dish, omitting the chicken, and I added a couple of layers of flat noodles in addition to the polenta. All else remained the same.
This was my first time eating polenta, and it was pretty good. I used a little more chicken than the recipe calls for and it turned out great. I'm a sucker for pasta, though.
I didn't change a thing; this was very tasty and simple; I'm not much of a pasta fan; first time trying polenta; and I loved it. I will definitely be making it again.
I made this a little differently based on circumstance. I didn't have an onion, but it was still fine without it. I just used canned tomato puree, tossed in some extra rosemary and sage with the basil but I didn't have fresh oregano. I probably needed like 4 tomatoes and 6 mushrooms, though 10 would be good, too, for mushroom lovers.
I used Quorn "chik'n" strips instead of real meat, which were delicious. I'd definitely put in much more pesto and cheese! I also added some sauteed spinach and eggplant in the sauce. With adjustments by preference, it was really, really good but takes a LONG time!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chicken, Mushroom, and Polenta Lasagna
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 257
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