This was a good quick weeknight meal. I used plain diced tomatoes and just added some extra of the dried herbs and a few crushed garlic cloves. I also used a green bell pepper since those are far more economical. I serve the feta as a pass-around at the table, as my husband does not care for it, but take it from me, if you do like feta, it MAKES the dish. I, unlike another reviewer, found that it makes a LOT of sauce compared to the amount of chicken, so you might want to either cut back on the sauce ingredients or include more chicken.
Greek Chicken with Angel Hair Pasta
nolamom Posted: 11/17/08
kate2004rock Posted: 02/10/10
It's basic, but definitely easy. I'm not sure my proportions were exactly right as I was ad-libbing for two servings. I left out yellow bell pepper (not a fan) and substituted italian seasoning for basil (had none), and it was good, though a little bland. Next time, I'd add shallot for more flavor, possibly fresh basil at the end, instead of dried, and definitely salt and pepper. Served over whole wheat thin spaghetti which helped to add some nutty texture as opposed to white pasta. Definitely needs some experimenting with the spices.
Erin422 Posted: 12/02/11
Love it exactly the way it is....just try it ONE TIME with the yellow peppers!! I am not a pepper fan at all, but my husband is so I left them in for him and when I took a bite - WOW! The flavors are so good together! Don't leave out the feta! And we found some tomato basil flavored feta that was so good! Easy and perfect for a weeknight. Even my kids loved it!
anonymous12 Posted: 02/05/13
This was pretty good. I didn't have peppers, so I left them out. Other than that, I followed the recipe. I think I will add some fresh basil in addition to the dried basil if I make again.