3 Reviews

We loved this cacciatore-style dish. We used 2 (huge) chicken breasts but kept the full amount of sauce and cheese. Due to the size of the chicken breasts, I took extra time to brown the tops, bottoms and sides, and it still took 15 minutes longer to reach 170 F, so next time I will be smart and slice the breasts in half (into top fillet and bottom fillet) so the cooking will be closer to stated time. This is our first entry into our Best of 2014 cookbook! Made for Rookie Recipe Tag.

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KateL January 05, 2014

Wozer!!! This was sooooo good and great for company. I made this for DH and I and used two large chicken breasts but used the full amount of the sauce. (Might make more sauce next time for the pasta). I did add some diced onions in with the mushrooms and garlic and a little half-n-half to the sauce for a little creamier texture for DH and also because we wanted more sauce for the spinach pasta. Served with Mrs. Painter's Deviled Eggs#422288. Definately going into my Favorites of 2013! Thank you for posting. Made for Spring PAC 2013. P.S. You really don't need to change a thing because this is such a delicious and simple recipe!

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mama smurf April 11, 2013

This chicken is so delicious! Armando's Restaurant really knows how to wow their guests with those sundried tomatoes, mushrooms, and parmesan cheese. So incredibly rich tasting and so easy to make. This dish will definitely be on our menu again very soon! Made for PRMR, March, 2013.

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DailyInspiration March 05, 2013
Chicken Armondo