I found these to taste very good, but they were cold by the time they set for 5 - 10 minutes and then they had to be reheated. Plus the whole process was a little labor intense. But I like fresh veggies, so worth the work, but wouldn't prepare every day.
These tasted fine, but were cold on serving because the directions said to let stand at least 10 minutes before serving. This recipe was not very forgiving for me. I substitued Campari tomatoes, which are arriving in better quality than Romas, but I learned that most of a Campari is liquid and seeds, the outer shell of the tomato is rather thin. When I simmered the tomato with the garlic, there was a lot of outliying olive oil. It turned out my chicken required extra time to compensate for incomplete thawing, so this was difficult to serve hot together. I cooked the (slightly thawed) frozen sliced French-style green beans for the lowest time listed, 7 minutes, but the green beans seemed over done to my preference. Served with Weight Watchers Parmesan Chicken Cutlets #185342.Thanks for posting, appledapply, I shall experiment some more with this recipe due to my love of veggies. Made for Newest Zaar Tag.