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Wow this was surprisingly great!!! I added carrots for color & served over rice. I cut the zucchini in half length wise and sliced it and the carrot within seconds in the food processor. Very simple and ready to eat in less than 30 minutes. I will be adding this as a week day regular, cheap, easy and most importantly healthy!
Made this as directed but added chopped carrots for texture and ditched the lemon juice in favor of several dashes of ground mustard. This was easy and flavorful. I served it over white rice. Good recipe!
My kids loved this dish alone. I put it on a bed of white rice and added parmesan cheese. Yummy!
This was a delicious, quick, and easy chicken recipe. I had leftovers that I added a can of cream of chicken soup and chicken broth (add amount to reach desired thickness) to make a scrumptious soup!
I used 2 zucchini and 1 japanese eggplant, I added an onion and used less garlic, I used 1/2 cup zinfandel instead of lemon juice, and I increased the oregano while skipping the basil (personal preferences). I served this over brown rice, and we liked it. Spice-wise, it could use a little kick, or variety, or something.
Tasty, fast, different from my usual!
Yummy and quick. A great addition to the weekday rotation. Made without Parmesan, served over rice.
Very easy and healthy meal. I served it with rice and topped it with Parmesan cheese.
This was so flavorful, and quick and easy, too--my favorite! :-) We had it by itself, but I'd love it over pasta (if the sauce was thickened a bit) or over brown rice. Served with a greens and citrus salad with berry vinaigrette, this made a delicious healthy dinner. Thanks for posting!
Really was very, very good. I used fresh herbs, minced, from my garden instead of dried..half while cooking, half just prior to serving, and seasoned my chicken with jerk seasoning, giving the whole thing a little kick. I would probably thicken the sauce and use a touch of coconut milk in it next time to give it a truly Thai flavor. Really a fun recipe! Thanks!