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Quite good. Like others, I did a couple things a bit different than the recipe. Notably, I used a teaspoon of natural sugar since I don't like artificial and I used about a cup of chicken broth instead of water. <br/>In a Dutch oven, I cooked the onions and red bell pepper in the oil then added the garlic for a minute. Then I cooked the chopped chicken breasts with them. Finally, I added a can of fire roasted tomatoes and the rest of the ingredients. They cooked 1 1/2 hours in a 325 degree oven. I put salt in with the onions at the beginning and didn't add any later. Also, don't forget to add a good bit of salt to your boiling water for the pasta since it tastes so much better.<br/><br/>My husband added grated Parmesan to his plate, but it was good without it, too. Overall, an excellent low effort meal.
Okay, I didn't have any tomato paste, only no-salt-added tomato sauce...I added a tsp of salt. I had to use stewed tomatoes instead of diced. I only had one green pepper and onion. Still it was an excellent dish! I can only imagine how much better it would've been, had I all the right ingredients. I look forward to trying this again. Thanks for sharing.
This one of the first Core recipes I tried I believe it is from the Turnaround cookbook and it is fantastic!
This is delicious and easy. I used sugar instead of Splenda. Thanks for the recipe!
Yum! I thought this dish had a wonderful flavor. Mine turned out a bit watery so I am not giving it a full five stars, but I will definitely make this recipe again. My husband and teenagers liked it as well!
We loved this! Even my husband and son who aren't doing WW, loved it. Definitely printing this out & adding it to my cookbook :)
Delicious! I used diced tomatoes with basil, garlic, and oregano already added. I will be making this again. Thanks for a great recipe!
Easy to make and really tasty!! Even my 2 young kids loved it.I added just a sprinkling of grated low fat cheese.Thumbs up!
I made this and I felt like it needed something else, maybe some salt? Or italian-style stewed tomatoes? It was not bad though, thanks