Chicken with Garlic, Basil, and Parsley
VERY easy! Baked chicken seasoned with garlic, parsley, basil, tomato, and red pepper flakes. Simple dinner.
VERY easy! Baked chicken seasoned with garlic, parsley, basil, tomato, and red pepper flakes. Simple dinner.
This recipe was an instant family hit and is now a favourite. In the last 20 minutes I top it with diced tomatoes, fresh basil and feta cheese. The only other thing I would strongly recomend is to brown the chicken beforehand so that it doesn't look so pale on the plate.Read More
Chicken with Garlic, Basil & Parsley Haiku: "Kind of a 'meh' dish. Odd, because it smelled SO good. Needs more ... I dunno." I followed the recipe exactly (mincing garlic instead of slicing) and while the chicken was extra-juicy and tender, the flavor just didn't do it for me, or well, the lack of more flavor. Yes, it's super-easy, and definitely a healthy dish (maybe I should've taken all the reviewers' suggestion of topping w/ mozzarella, thereby decreasing the healthy factor?), but wow, chicken that isn't browned 1st just looks so pale and wiggly on a plate. If I made this recipe again, I would definitely brown the chicken first and maybe mix fresh herbs instead of dried w/ olive oil and brush it on while it bakes. Still, for the ease of preparation, it wasn't terrible, just sorta "yawn."Read More
This recipe was an instant family hit and is now a favourite. In the last 20 minutes I top it with diced tomatoes, fresh basil and feta cheese. The only other thing I would strongly recomend is to brown the chicken beforehand so that it doesn't look so pale on the plate.
Very very easy and good! I drizzled a little bit of balsamic vinegar on top before baking then added some mozzarella during the last 15 minutes of baking. Turned out very juicy.
We loved this flavorful and healthy dish. I used fresh basil, but got lazy and used dried minced garlic. It was very moist and tender. Unlike others, we had no desire to add the extra calories and fat of a cheese topping. Next time, I might sprinkle a little extra salt, basil, and parsley on top of the tomato slices. This is definitely going to be a regular at our house!
This recipe is SOO good! I put a ton of minced garlic and covered the chicken with as many slices of romano tomatos as I could (love em!) and left out the red pepper flakes ...I placed it on wild rice and topped with shredded parmasan cheese and it was AMAZING! My husband couldn't believe how clean the kitchen was when I was done! Very easy, very good ...we were very impressed!
This recipe was so quick and easy and delicious! I made a few slight changes. I marinated the chicken in the seasonings along with a couple tablespoons of balsamic vinegar and 1/2 c of chicken boullion - then baked as noted. One last change - as also suggested - I topped tomatos with thinly sliced mozzarella cheese. Just heavenly!
very good I put everything together about three hours before cooking to get a stronger flavor. It turned out fabulous...
This is very tasty, but nothing fancy. I used 1 lb of boneless chicken tenders figuring that was a good estimate for 4 breasts. I did use jarred, minced garlic instead of fresh - I spread about 1/4-1/2 tsp on each breast. Instead of fresh tomatoes, I used half a can of diced tomatoes with most of the juice drained. Otherwise I made the recipe as stated with spice amounts and cooking method. Make sure to not overcook the chicken after you uncover it, otherwise it will be too dry. Ours turned out moist and yummy! My poor daughter did get a bite with a bunch of red pepper - oops! My husband and I loved the spice, though. The liberal seasoning is the key to this recipe to keep it from being bland. Next time I make this, I may marinate the chicken in a little Italian dressing first. Definitely a keeper!
We enjoyed this recipe, although I used fresh herbs in place of the dried ones, which I think were a lot more flavorful. I used tablespoons of fresh in place of teaspoons of dried herbs. We're also not huge tomato people, so I used a little bit of diced tomatoes and some diced onions on top of the chicken. I might use some chicken broth in the pan next time for a little sauce to pour over rice or pasta. Overall, this was a nice recipe.
Super easy and really tasty! I like to use garlic powder instead of fresh garlic, and I also squeeze fresh lemon onto the chicken after it's done baking. The lemon really adds a lot! This recipe is definitely going into my dinner rotation!
Chicken with Garlic, Basil & Parsley Haiku: "Kind of a 'meh' dish. Odd, because it smelled SO good. Needs more ... I dunno." I followed the recipe exactly (mincing garlic instead of slicing) and while the chicken was extra-juicy and tender, the flavor just didn't do it for me, or well, the lack of more flavor. Yes, it's super-easy, and definitely a healthy dish (maybe I should've taken all the reviewers' suggestion of topping w/ mozzarella, thereby decreasing the healthy factor?), but wow, chicken that isn't browned 1st just looks so pale and wiggly on a plate. If I made this recipe again, I would definitely brown the chicken first and maybe mix fresh herbs instead of dried w/ olive oil and brush it on while it bakes. Still, for the ease of preparation, it wasn't terrible, just sorta "yawn."
This recipe was great! Both my husband and I enjoyed this very much. I prepared it mostly as written, except that I rubbed the chicken with the herb mixture and allowed it to sit for about a half hour before cooking. It came out very juicy and flavorful.
I took advice from some of the "most helpful" reviewers: I mixed about 3/4 cup chicken broth and 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar, the spices and garlic all together then MARINATED the chicken in this mix for a couple hours before baking. In the last 20 min of baking I added chopped tomato, red onion, feta, fresh basil, a squirt of fresh lemon juice right before serving. The chicken was SO JUICY and delicious! My hubby who isn't a huge chicken fan had THIRDS!! Thanks so much to the original poster and all the helpful reviewers too!
Very good! I left off the pepper flakes because I was feeding young children. I also drizzled with balsamic vinegar, and just before pulling it out of the oven I turned it off and sprinkled feta cheese over top then let it sit in the oven for a couple of minutes to melt. My daughter said " this is so much better than plain chicken".
Works better if you take the chicken breast and flatten them, season them as a rub then grill instead of baking...more flavor generates throughout the meat!
I have to give this five stars because my picky-picky eater hubby and daughter SCARFED this down. I did things a little different in preparing it though. I used Fiesta Party Dip mix instead of red peppers and instead of baking it, I sauteed in a frying pan. I put a Tbsp of butter in the pan, dropped in about a rounded tsp of minced garlic and half of the herb/salt mix. Spread it around in the pan and then layed my cut up chicken breast in the pan, covered and cooked for five minutes. Sprinkled the rest of the herb mix on top, flipped the chicken in the pan to brown the other side then transferred to a baking sheet. I then broiled the herbed chicken breast with shredded mozzerella/asiago cheese on top. Also instead of slice tomato, I put about a cup full of canned crushed tomatoes in the pan that I sauteed the chicken in and let that cook to get warm and slightly thickened and served a dollop of this tomato sauce on top of each piece of chicken. I served this over penne rosa and it was a big hit/definite keeper!
Use fresh herbs instead of dried and definitely top with feta cheese at the end. INCREDIBLE FLAVOR and super easy to make. I only had 2 chicken breasts so cook for 25 minutes only or you'll have slightly overdone chicken.
Even more delicious when you use fresh herbs...
this was reallly good!!! i got this in my email this morning and decided to make it... i forgot to add the red pepper flakes... but next time i would add it for the extra Kick.. i took some reviewers advice and added feta cheese..... boy oh boy!!! this was fantastic and VERY easy and tasty...and best of all it's stuff you always have on hand! don't have to make a trip to the grocery to make this recipe.... i used chicken thighs boneless...and it was super good
The chicken comes out very juicy! I think the recipe could ease up on the amount of basil and parsley required.. 2 teaspoons (instead of 3) would be enough. Also, if you don't like spicy food, don't use red pepper flakes (maybe a little black pepper would suffice). I'll be making this again and tweaking until it's perfect (for me :P).
This was so boring and very bland, but it is palatable if you shred the chicken breast, put it on split focaccia for a sandwich, add roasted red pepper strips, mozzarella cheese, and loads of garlic mayonnaise. Otherwise, you're wasting your chicken breasts because the flavors do not get into the meat, and you might as well eat your chicken tastelessly boiled.
It was good. Next time, I wouldn't do so much parsley. And I added the tomatoes at the last 15 minutes.
i used a little advice from everyone's post and it came out delicious. I marinated the chicken in balsamic vinegar and chicken bouilli. After a few hours, I used fresh parsley and fresh basil on bottom of baking pan. I browned the chicken before baking. I think that the crushed red pepper put a kick in the dish that was needed and I drizzzled balsamic on before baking. I topped with tomatoes and baked 25 min. During the last 15 minutes I topped with feta cheese and it came out great. My boyfriend said it looked professional and he loved it! Thanks for the recipe!
Was a total hit with my family! As other reviews have stated I marinated the chicken for about 1 hour to get more flavor. I then put a can of diced tomatoes and sliced up a medium zucchini to top it off. I had to cook about 10 minutes longer and basted the top of zucchini with the juices the last 20 minutes. Will totally make again and again!
Delicious and easy! I used fresh chopped basil and parsley from my garden, and garlic salt since I was out of fresh garlic. Sprinkled a little parmesan on top of the tomato and gave it a few minutes under the broiler before it was done. My husband also loved it! Comforting home cooked Italian flavors. Low fat, too.
Very nice dish and super easy. I also sliced up a medium onion and layered on top of the tomatoes. Thanks for the recipe.
YUM YUM YUM! I just eyed the spices and i sliced the garlic and covered the chicken breasts with the slices. our family loves garlic! but it wasnt too garlicy where it would be a meal to get rid of a vampire! just sliced the tomato and put it on top. very very good! and when it was on the plates i drizzled it with lemon for myself. it was sooooooooo good. everyone else copied me with the lemon. it was even fought over for lunch leftovers!
Was sort of bland! Next time I will add more seasoning to it, such as Mrs Dash or something else.
Quick and easy meal, and very tasty. I modded it a little, and used tomato sauce on top, instead of the slices.
Easy to put together and has great flavours. Good for times when you don't feel like cooking much...
Really enjoyed this. I used fresh basil and tomatoes from my garden. Next time I will mince the garlic, it was really strong sliced. I love that it's so quick and easy. I can see why people think it's a little bland; I may add some cheese on top next time. I cooked it 15 minutes covered and 10 uncovered. It was really juicy and good with the fresh tomatoes. Updated: added Mozzarella when uncovering and that was really good.
This was quite an easy recipe. I changed it up a bit and topped it with sun dried tomatoes and goat cheese. I more than sprinkled the spices as well. I gave the breasts a good covering so if you go that route, increase the measurements of the spices.
This was really good. I did follow the advice of some of the others and browned the breasts a little before baking. I also added a little fresh mozzarella on top towards the end as well as a drizzle of balsamic. It looked good enough to be in a fancy restaurant.
The chicken was virtually flavorless. I couldn't recommend this recipe unless you like really dull flavors.
Very good! It was SO easy to make and so much healthier than fried chicken. Thanks!
Very good and easy to prepare!! I also added shredded mozzarella cheese to the top, in the last 15 minutes of cooking, which I'd recommend.
So good and so simple! I did add a slice of Provolone cheese and a drizzle of olive oil after uncovering and it turned out perfect! Tender and juicy!
Delicious, Light and Healthy. I felt like it could use a little something to keep it from drying out and give it a bit more punch, So I added a little balsamic vinegar and coated the chicken lightly with it prior to seasoning it and I also put it under the broiler for the last 5 minutes. Served with brown rice and fresh vegetables for a health dinner.
This was amazing! My finace told me that it was the best thing I have cooked to date. It was extremly moist and packed with favor. I added a little more garlic, and made sure I removed it from the oven the minute it was done. I have been told to make it again, and will make it for my in-laws next month!
This was good, took reviewers advice and added balsamic vinegar, tomatoes and feta cheese the last 15 min. I think it would've been a bit too dry without the balsamic vinegar and feta cheese.
This was really good! I made it for my family and everyone really enjoyed it! Be careful though, if you're not into spicy foods, use less crushed red pepper. All in all, a great, low-cal, flavorful recipe!
In fairness, I need to mention that I'm rating this recipe without red pepper flakes, which I love. I left the hot stuff out because my mother-in-law doesn't care for spicy hot. I look forward to trying the recipe again with the red pepper flakes. The other modification I used was using a can of diced tomatoes rather than fresh. For a combination of delicious and healthy, this one is hard to beat. I love it. I served it with Stir Fried Asparagus, which is one of the best vegetable dishes I've ever had (and available at the allrecipes website). What a great meal this was!
Five stars for a quick and easy hands off dinner. I'm no cook and didn't mess this up with variation. Spread minced garlic on the breasts and had pico de gallo and feta cheese that needed to be used up quick. Topped with pico and during last 15 mins added feta. The spices were tasty and can tell next time that when I make as directed, it can better appreciate their flavor.
Great, easy recipe, and easily modifiable. I like to use FRESH Basil at the base and atop the chicken. I also use plenty of garlic. Additionally, I use Balsamic vinaigrette or even the new Trader Joe's Balsamic glaze (yum). Use ROMA tomatoes a plenty, and add the Feta last 15 minutes. You can also add Artichoke hearts on top. Great with side of rice. I don't use much parsley...
I used fillets rather than breast halves (not sure how many...used enough of them to completey cover the 9x13-inch pan), so I'm sure that's the problem, but the chicken tasted a little too much like dried herbs. I think I will continue to use fillets, but decrease the parsley and basil to 2 tsp each. The crushed red pepper was perfect (not spicy at all!) and was a wonderful addition...something I would have never thought of! Per other reviewers suggestions, I added the juice from half of a lemon and 8 oz. feta cheese during the last few minutes of cooking. Not only was the meal really pretty, but it was ridiculously easy to make, and I loved the fact that it was so juicy without using any oil or butter!! I will definitely make this again! :)
This turned out moist & juicy. I added a couple tablespoons of balsamic vinegar before adding the spices on top. Also, didn't have fresh tomatoes, so I piled canned, diced tomatoes on top - loved it!
Very good! I had to substitute tomatoes sauce for the tomatoes which is the only reason why I didnt give it a 5 star rating. When I try it again, (which I will because the basil parsely garlic combo is fantastic) I will rate it again and hopefully it'll give me the full affect I crave.
I wasn't crazy about this recipe but my husband enjoyed it. Not sure if I would make it again.
Okay, so I used this mostly as a base, because I had chicken, fresh basil, and fresh parsley I needed to use up. I roughly chopped up the basil + parsley, and tossed it in my mini food processor along with a glug of oil and the 4 cloves of thinly sliced garlic, and pulsed until everything was uniformly. In the bottom of my 9x13, I added salted and pepper, sliced onion, and 1/3 of the herb mixture; then I laid down the frozen chicken breasts, topping those with the herb mix, more sliced onions, some salt and pepper, and grape tomatoes (some sliced in half, some just thrown in there). Baked for 30 minutes covered, and 20 minutes uncovered. De.licious.
I had chicken marinating from the night before in oil, lime, s & p when I came across this recipe. I decided to butterfly the chicken and add the seasoning. It was amazing! I think it would have been great anyway but I feel the lime marinade made the flavors POP. This is on my "save" list!
this was quick and easy. Great for a quick meal with a side of asparagus
I followed the directions to a T until the last 15 mins. I added a splash of red wine vinegar. I served it over brown rice w asparagus. My 5yr old who is VERY picky ate everything on her plate. My hubby is not a rice fan so i made egg noodles and he too cleaned his plate. This is now part of our meal rotation.
I just made this and it's delicious. I didn't put any tomatoes on it this time but I will next time. I added a little black pepper (I like spicy food), marinated the chicken and seasoned it with a little Adobo, and topped it shredded mozzarella cheese. Make some angel hair (or any other) pasta with alfredo sauce and you're good to go. Nice and healthy with veggies on the side too.
I made this tonight and hubby and I loved it. I left out the red pepper flakes as I didn't want to make it hot. I also sprikled some shredded mozzirella cheese over the top in the last 3 minutes. I didn't give it 5 stars because of the red pepper flakes. W/O them it's 5 stars. I also used a can of diced tomatoes as I didn't have any fresh tomatoes.
Delicious! I cook for a very picky family and everyone enjoyed this dish. Warning, when I removed the cover I drained some of the cooking fluid because it just seemed to be too much... Don't do that!! It will dry out the chicken!
I used fresh basil and italian parsley because I had them on hand. I also squeezed half a lemon over the chicken before seasoning. The chicken came out nice, but needed fifteen extra minutes cooking time probably due to the extra bulk of the herbs. I used lots.
This was Awesome..I brushed a little dijon mustard on the chicken first then coated with the mixture I also used fresh basil and parsley, atleast double the amount. I topped with tomato and fresh mozz. cheese then sprinkled some balsamic vinegar...IT MADE IT THAT MUCH BETTER!!!!!
WE LOVED THISC RECIPE JUST AS WRITTEN. I LOVED THE COLORS OF THE ITALIAN FLAG...RED, WHITE & GREEN!
It is super delicious!!! My boyfriend and I are trying to be healthier but we thought that this would taste pretty bland. However, it was so delicious!!
this is just delicious...i tried it just as it is...my husband and children just loved it. Infact Im going to cook this for my daughter's 3rd Birthday Easter party...thank you so much..its easy,mess free and im able to enjoy the rest of the day..
This was okay- not the best.
this dish is awesome, althoug i have changed a little bit. first of all, i didn't have chicken beast, so i used chicken tighs insteaded, but took the skin off. on the top of the tomato, i added abit sald, dried basil and mazzerala cheese, also added 1 more table spoon red pepper flakers. i love spicy alot.. and the whole dish turned out really good.
This is one of my favorite quick meals to make. I usually leave out the crushed red pepper flakes though, I'm just not a big fan of them. This is easy enough though - and delicious!
Absolutely fantastic. I served it on a bed of baby spinach leaves, making a delicious, refreshing, and guilt-free meal. Also squeezed a tiny bit of fresh lemon juice on top after baking. I will be making this VERY often! The only thing I will do from now on will be to use garlic powder, because while I *love* fresh garlic, I don't love biting into big slices of it. Thank you!
We liked this recipe quite a bit. It was a bit dry but very tasty anyhow. I pounded the chicken flat since my family doesn't like them thick so I think maybe that's why mine turned out dry. Next time I will cut down the time & see how it goes. Will definitely be making this again! :))
I liked this recipe - healthy, delicious yet simple. I used large chicken thighs as opposed to breasts because they are more succulent. I also slipped a little cheese under the skin to give it some extra bite. Very nice!
Excellent! Made exactly as written and everyone loved it! Served it with angle hair pasta with the Bechamel sauce recipe from this site and steamed french green beans. Delicious!
Moist, tasty, delicious...easy!! I took the advise of others and added some fresh lemon juice right around the time I uncovered it for the last 10-15 minutes of baking. Keeping this dish covered during baking is what really kept the chicken juicy and flavorful. Another change I made, was to use grape tomatoes (you could use cherry as well) instead of sliced tomatoes. I put some in at the beginning, and popped a few more in when I added the lemon juice! A real winner!
As far as ease, I would rate this a 5. Also, I'd say it is quite healthy since it doensn't use oil, butter, etc. I ultimately gave it a 4 for taste. This was very good, but not quite a "5." Definetly worth the time though, for an easy, yummy meal.
This turned out great... the chicken was really moist and tasty. The only change I made was to also drizzle a little balsamic vinegar over the chicken and I only used half the amount of garlic. I will definitely make this again!
Absolutely loved this recipe! It was a quick fix and just delicious!!
I thought this recipe was awesome - and S-I-M-P-L-E. The only thing I changed was to drizzle the chicken with balsamic vinaigrette like someone else suggested and to use fresh basil because I adore it. I paired it with roasted red potatoes and a salad - DELISH.
I made a few changes to this recipe. Firstly I marinated the chicken for 4-5 hours (parseley, basil, crushed peppers, garlic, salt, olive oil). I put down a bed of onion rings on which i placed the marinated chicken. I also topped with diced tomatoes as suggested by someone else on this forum. Turned out great. Next time, I will use fresh basil on the chicken.
Excellent recipie, especially considering how easy it is to make. I followed some of the other suggestions and added Basil/Tomato Feta Cheese and Basalmic Vinegar to it and it was wonderful. I used minced garlic instead of the garlic slices also. My family thought the pepper was a bit much, so next time I will cook it without the crushed pepper, but it was excellent.
I added mozzarella during the last 15 minutes and halved the garlic. Yum!
my wife and kids loved this.I will make this again tonight.
No changes and family loved it!
Thought I'd give this a try as it sounded so good and all the reviews were good too. All we could taste was garlic!! It was so strong we couldn't eat it and we both love garlic.IF I make it again it will be with maybe 1 or 2 cloves and not 4.
I'm surprised this had such high reviews. I followed the recipe exactly and the chicken was tender, but very bland. I won't be making this again.
This was amazing. I just cooked it a few days ago and my husband is already asking for it again! I substituted olive oil for cooking spray, and also brushed the chicken with it before adding herbs. I used roma tomatoes and added shredded mozzarella the last 15 min as suggested. I didn't have red pepper flakes so added 1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper instead. I minced the garlic instead of sliced, and served it over basmati rice with shredded Parmesan mixed in. DELICIOUS. The next day my son and I finished the leftovers; I chopped up the chicken in small pieces and served it stir-fry style with the rice- just as tasty. This will be a regular at my house from now on!
Well, it's in the oven. This is definitely a springboard recipe. I only had split chicken breast w/skin and bone. So because of longer cooking time, I used plain canned diced tomatoes instead of fresh. I did drained them tho'(using the reserved juice in cooking my spanish rice). I coated the breasts in olive oil and then spread minced garlic (from a jar) over it. Then coated with sea salt, parsley, and a little oregano (ran out of basil plus I thought it would work better with the rice). Also, I added a personal fav of celery seed (not salt!). I sprinkled parsley and oregano on the bottom of the pan and placed the herb coated chicked into it. I put the drained canned tomatoes into a small bowl. I added fresh cracked pepper, a little more minced garlic, then drizzled a little olive oil and balsamic vinegar over it and mixed well. I mounded the tomatoe mix onto the breasts. Covered and put in the oven. It's been 30 min and I just checked and the juices are clear. I topped with sharp cheddar cheese (all I had) and uncovered. I will check in another 8-10 min. It's done. I let it rest while I finished up the rice. The chicken and tomatoes are flavorful and juicy. Will definitely try again probably using a monterrey or mozz for the cheese. Thanks!
Delicious, easy, and with so few ingredients. I was worried the cooking process would dry out the chicken some, but the tomatoes were more than enough to keep it delicious. And its very fresh and good for you as well. Will definitely make again.
It had a nice flavor, and was very moist. It was good, but not really great. It needed MORE flavor.
This recipe was awesome and so easy! Definitely will make it again, and soon!
This had GREAT flavor! The only reason I'm giving it 4 stars is b/c it ended up being really tough.. ? Anywho, I only cooked 3 smallish chicken breasts so I used 1/2 tbsp of each spice and took the lazy route and used minced garlic from Spice World instead of slicing fresh. I let the chicken breasts marinate in Zesty ITalian dressing for about 2 hours, then browned the outside just a little in a skillet before adding it to the baking dish. I then added the spices and a little more dressing and the tomato. It baked for 15 at 350 covered, then added some low fat mozz cheese and baked uncovered for about 10. I'm really not sure why it ended up tough, but we ate it and enjoyed it anyways! Made pasta mix as a side and used the juices from the pan as a sauce, along with garlic powder and parm cheese.
LOVE it!! Didn't change a thing, and everyone loved it! Great for leftover lunch too. It's 100% Paleo as well.
Fantastic flavor and so simple to put together!! My husband and I agreed this will go in the book of favorites. To dress it up I did sprinkle some feta and extra herbs over the tomatoes about 5 min. before it was done baking.
My husband and son enjoyed it more than I did, but it is a good, simple recipe. I decided to grate some parmesan cheese on top and see that others did the same thing.
It was very good. I think next time I will add a red onion.
Great healthy option. Chicken came out very juicy. Used fresh basil from the garden instead of dried but otherwise stuck to the recipe. Used Roma tomatoes and they kept together. Made a nice presentation.
I added one thing - one tablespoon of olive oil for some added health benefits! I just mixed the seasonsings with the oil and spread it over the chicken.
This was very good. Followed the recipe except I used canned diced tomatoes, and minced garlic. Take some help from the store, minced garlic a big time saver. I mixed part of the spices and garlic with the tomatoes before putting on top of chicken. Very moist chicken. A Big hit with the husband!
usually i dont write review, but this recipe is worth. simpl and jusy just wounderful. it become our favorite, even my kids sayes "mammy can you do this dish at least onece a week" :)
Excellent!!! I was looking for a low fat/cholesterol recipe and had no clue I'd find one as delicious as this! I prepared it exactly as written except I did add a light sprinkle of part-skim mozzerella cheese on top and only baked 10 min after uncovering. Everyone raved over it, including me! Thank you Kitty!
For us this reciped lacked flavor. I would definitely consider adding the balsamic vinegar, cheese, etc. as suggested by others.
I thought this was pretty good for a low-fat recipe, but it definately needed a little something to flavor it a little more. Parmesan cheese helped & I marinaded the chicken in a low-fat Italian dressing first. I think I'll try it again with whole chicken pieces (so it doesn't dry out) and I'll need to play with it more. All in all, will make again & it's easy and quick for weeknights. Needs a little more to get 4 or 5 stars for me.
only thing differently i did was i used garlic salt, garlic powder, minced garlic in a jar, and marinated it with lemon juice. i did not use cheese like everyone else because i am on a low fat strict diet. it turned out really well.
was really good , my kids didnt care for it but I loved it
Awesome! Especially given how simple it was to prepare. I put mine in a Dutch oven and added some cut up red potatoes.
This was pretty good. I think I might try cheese on it next time, but overall my husband and I enjoyed this very much!