Mirj, thanks for posting this wonderful recipe. I am having to change some cooking habits for DH, and this one is A-1! I used chicken breast halves that had bones, and cooked it 6 hours. The chicken was moist, the zucchini still looked bright, and the sauce was way too good to be healthy. LOL! This one goes into my tried and true book, 'cause I will surely be making this again. Thanks!
This one just didn't do it for me. I used chicken stock and good Hungarian paprika and even seasoned the veggies with Mrs Dash table blend. I used the zucchini as well as yellow squash. I just didn't think the chicken had any flavor at all. Tasted like boiled chicken which I don't care for. Loved the easy concept but won't make it again.
The chicken was very juicy and tasty. I thought the squash was over done, but still good. I ommitted the paprika and used chicken seasoning and salt instead.
i put this together in the morning and came home to dinner ready for the family. i used 6 chicken breasts, otherwise followed the recipe. very quick and easy!
Thanks for a good low carb meal:) This was mighty tasty and I really loved the zucchini and chicken together. I omitted the oil and onions and used salt & pepper as well as chilie powder.
The chicken was very tender, falling off the bone. However, it was rather bland. The zucchini was tasty, (I used green and yellow) as were the onions. I used bone-in chicken breasts with the skin removed, and they were done in about 5 1/2 hours (1st hour on high, next 4 1/2 on low). Maybe some more spices would liven it up? ~Lana~
Very easy to make and reheated well. The chicken was tender and tasty. I made as directed adding 2 teaspoons of 'herbs de provence'. Next time I would not add paprika on top of the zucchini, the taste was good but it turned the zucchini a really unappealing colour. A good low carb - high protein dish I will make it again.
Very good. I substituted chicken broth for the water, and used chicken strips (cooked for 6 hours). I also reduced the oil to 2T, but next time I would omit it completely. Good make-ahead dish for work lunches.
Really easy and about as healthy as it gets, considering it's just meat, seasoning, and a couple of veggies... But it's SO BLAND. This recipe is just not for me.
This is probably the most bland, boring recipe I have ever found on the internet. If you are in the mood for bland food, sign up! I found it because I was looking for tasty recipes to cook during Phase One, and this has been the big disappointment. Look up the Chicken Broccoli Dijon and double the recipe (or triple or quadruple if you're cooking for a family), but don't mess with this unless you're interested in modifying a recipe before you even start.