Sun-dried Tomato Chicken

  • beanbag Posted: 07/24/09
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    Better than I thought it would be! I didn't have any sun-dried tomatoes and forgot the fresh basil, so it was just the dressing (Ken's) and freshly ground pepper. I used boneless and skinless chicken, and baked at 400 for 30 minutes. It came out perfectly! I served it over spaghetti, and I mixed a bit of jarred pesto into it, too. My son thought he would hate it, but ended up really liking it. I would definitely make it again-it's so easy and more flavorful than I imagined. I would try mashed potatoes with it as the sauce would be good over them, I think.

  • jens5115 Posted: 04/05/09
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    Pretty good, and very, very easy. I'd make it again. Make sure to put lots of extra sundried tomatoes on the top!

  • chelly10s Posted: 02/25/10
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    This recipe is so easy. It's perfect for a quick weeknight dinner. I made it without the sun-dried tomatoes and fresh basil (I subbed a sprinkling of dried basil), and it was still great. The last time I made it, I placed fresh red pepper strips over the chicken to roast, and they added a tasty sweetness that everyone enjoyed. My family is a huge fan of peppers, so that will be a permanent addition to the recipe for me. I served it with mashed potatoes and sauteed squash ribbons. Everything but the squash was a hit. Keep a bottle of the dressing in your pantry in case you need a quick dinner.

  • Jayzette Posted: 10/20/10
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    I have made this twice, and love how easy it is to make. I serve it with couscous and top the chicken with the remaing sauce. Took someones suggestion and topped with slices of red peppers and covered with foil to keep them from burning. Fabu! Ready in about 35min and my 2 yr old son loves it! What could be better.

  • KatieL77 Posted: 02/10/11
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    Very yummy. I made with chicken breasts only and sprinkled some mozzarella cheese on for the last few minutes of baking. Served with Betty Crocker butter mashed potatoes and green beans. Definately will make again.

  • julie64 Posted: 07/29/12
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    Simple and tasty. We don't usually like chicken on the bone so used boneless which were fine. Added some red chili flakes for a bit of a kick and the family really enjoyed it. Served with orzo and steamed broccoli. will definitely make again.

  • Cathyjgreen Posted: 03/28/13
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    So easy and so good. By husband raved about it

  • hollysing Posted: 01/23/13
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    Quick and easy. I marinated the chicken in the dressing for 2 hours and poured unused marinade over before baking. Used boneless chicken thighs and baked 400 degrees 30 minutes.Sprinkled on top a little shredded Pecorino or Fontina cheese last 5 minutes of baking. Used a lot of sun dried tomato on the top, fresh parsley and basil.

  • awerlyrivera Posted: 06/23/13
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    LOVE this recipe. My dad actually said it was his favorite meal, ever. I did "up" the amount of basil and sun dried tomatoes, as well as add goat cheese, which I would highly recommend. I make it with chicken breast tenders, so they're teeny and so moist and delish. I marinate if possible, too, as I think it makes it juicier and tastier. HIGHLY recommend. Everyone from 2 year old to 58 year old loved it!

  • NEWMOM12 Posted: 12/05/13
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    This was so easy to do and it tasted GREAT! Definitely a keeper! I added Turkey Bacon Bits after it was done.

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