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Funny story, I thought I had chicken breasts, but I didn’t and with one hour til the party I was in trouble. I found a box of dinosaur chicken nuggets, air fried them, and cubed them as a substitute. The breaded chicken parts made this recipe that much better!!!
Oh, wow. I saw the video while hungry, and IMMEDIATELY went to the store. This was absolutely amazing! We didn't just use crostini for ours; because my family ate this as a meal, we used sandwich rolls, and it was DELICIOUS.
Instead of cooking our own chicken, I got some chilled rotisserie chicken breasts from the store. Since we didn't have pan drippings from fresh-cooked chicken, I didn't drain the ricotta, and it worked very well. I think I used too much chicken, though, so I ended up having to add another 1/2 cup of sauce.
Please make this. You won't be disappointed.
So good! This would be great party food. I followed the recipe as written and don't think I would change anything. I used a loaf of french bread for Crostini from this site. We had this for dinner with a salad. Even my 4 yr old devoured it!
I followed Chef’s recipe to the letter since this was my 1st attempt. I served it with French bread since that’s what I had on hand and boy, it was the hit of the party! Everyone loved it and my husband declared this to be the best appetizer ever. This is my new go-to recipe for parties and pot-lucks. Thank you Chef John!
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