My brother-in-law is from Naples, Italy and he and my sister owned a Italian restaurant that I worked at for a little while. This was my absolute favorite dish and I often serve it now 2-3 times a month. Sometimes I add artichoke hearts. When I add the artichoke hearts I use a can of quartered artichokes and drain off the brine and add at the end just long enough to heat through!
This recipe originally won first prize ($1 Million) in a national cook-off of some sort (I think Pillsbury) several years ago. I can see why - it is a wonderful combination of flavours. The recipe is quite easy to make and is very economical. I have also substituted the chicken thighs for boneless, skinless breasts and it works just fine. The thighs are definitely better though as they are more moist. Do try this - you'll love it.
YUMMMMYYYY!! This is similar to a recipe I had years ago for German Stewed Chicken. I lost the recipe and this is the closest thing I have found that resembles it. It is really good and makes quite alot. The combination of different flavors makes for a very different and tasty chicken casserole. Enjoy! Guesstimate on prep and cooking times which includes cooking the chicken and the noodles.
When I was 10 I asked my sitter for this recipe because her house smelled SO good while it was in the oven. I still make it for the same reason today. This is different from the other Forgotten Chicken recipes already submitted. I sometimes use boneless skinless chicken and I LOVE the 2 different cooking options!
This is a recipe I created after trying several baked chicken finger recipes. I like this combination of seasonings, but it's always fun to try different things. You could use saltines, other crackers, other spices, etc!
This is delicious. One would never know this is crockpot style---it is very creamy and yummy!!!!! Your meal is practically done when work day ends. I encourage anyone to try---if you like all the ingredients, it will be a favorite at your house. It is at my house. :)