This was a nice use of chicken and fresh summer vegetables. I, too, added a few more tomatoes as well as additional basil. Instead of broiling the chicken, we grilled it. Garlic bread is a must-have to round out the flavors1
NutsinNormal Posted: 10/02/09
JJ1916ohio Posted: 09/09/09
This was absolutely fantastic. I used a can of tomatoes and reserved half the liquid and threw it in with the veggies and balsamic which made it a bit saucier. Based on previous suggestions I also marinated the chicken and grilled rather than broiled it. Served with garlic bread this was a quick, flavorful and delicious meal.
Gopink Posted: 08/31/11
Tried this last night. Made some variations due what I had on hand. First mistake, I asked husband to lay out chicken, instead of breast he did the pkg of hindquarters. Used italian seasoning cause I didn't have basil. Used light vingerette balasamic dressing 2T instead of 4. Used fresh tomato from garden, normal tomato. And next time will add some yellow peppers for some color. I sided it with brocolli. Definitey putting this in my menu rotation. Fall and winter, oven cooked; Spring and summer will probably grill the chicken. Fast and easy even the first time.
geniusjen Posted: 01/15/12
I discovered this recipe because I wanted to try zucchini. This is fantastic! It's a very adaptable recipe. Since I'm not a big fan of mushrooms I simply leave them out. Occasionally, I'll add some yellow or orange bell peppers and even some sliced carrots. I agree with another reviewer that garlic bread is a must!
Regardinggina Posted: 06/24/12
I make this dish over pasta. Chop and saute the chicken with the veggies and pour it all over whole wheat pasta. As long as the "sauce" is increased it's really tasty!