By Melvin'sWifey on March 07, 2008
Photo by LifeIsGood
Photo by LifeIsGood
"Chicken, pasta and broccoli! This is an easy clean up dish because it just uses the one large skillet and a pot to boil pasta. This weeknight meal also is stock full of ingredients most of you will have in your cupboards! This can be easily adapted and varied with just a few spice changes and more red pepper for heat! Kids always enjoy this as well. Put this quickie together with a crusty sliced bread and a green salad with grape tomatoes."
Serving Size: 1 (188 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"We thought this was just okay. I agree that the breading had good flavor, but it all seemed rather flat. Thanks for the approx cooking times on for the chicken, that helped out tremendously. In the end, it got dinner on the table and the youngin' ate it pretty well."
"I really really liked this dish. It was great for a quick meal after a hectic day. I used a little more cheese than was called for and also used the italian blend and it was still delicious. Next time I think I will increase the white wine, broccoli and onion for our own personal preference. Either way... it was tasty."
"We just had this for dinner. I had broccoli that I needed to use up so figured since I saw this, it would be a good use of the broccoli! The chicken coating is wonderful, I will probably use it for just frying chicken in the future. The pasta and broccoli/chicken mixture, though, didn't have quite enough flavor for our taste. I will definitely keep the chicken coating recipe for future reference though!"
"This was very tasty and pretty easy to make. My son, who has become a somewhat picky eater, ate four helpings! My husband thinks the chicken was amazing on it's own as he snacked on it while I was cooking the broccoli! I used an Italian cheese blend because it was what I had in the fridge. It's mozarella and parmesan together, other than that I made as stated and my family LOVED it!"
"Very tasty, made just as the recipe states. I pounded my chicken breasts to get a more uniform cooking time, the breadcrumb coating is very good on it's own--combined with everything else tastes great--no need to spend $$$ eating out with a dish like this--fast and easy, also."
"I don't know. I did like the chicken by itself after frying it, however with the combination of the rest of the dish, not so much."
"Very tasty dish. I added a bit more white wine for flavor and reduced the cooking time for the broccoli to just a couple minutes because we like ours crisp tender."
"This was very good, and pretty easy to make too! We omitted the cheese since we are cutting dairy out of our diet for a couple weeks to see if it helps my son's eczema, but it was still good, though I am sure it is better with it. I used italian bread crumbs, and we used three chicken breasts. I also used a little more broccoli and onion than it called for. A lot of flavor for a pretty healthy meal!"
"~PAC Spring 2008~ Delicious! A complete meal in one dish. The flavor combination coating the chicken is fantastic all on it's own, but then to combine that with pasta and broccoli in balsamic and olive oil!!! My whole family really enjoyed this dinner. Don't be wary of the amount of steps in the directions, it is all really very simple to do. A complete meal on the table in about 30 minutes."