Copycat Olive Garden Chicken San Remo

"I love Italian food and this is a dish I have made over and over for the past 5 years."
 
Copycat Olive Garden Chicken San Remo created by lazyme
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  • Heat oil in large pot over medium high heat.
  • Add peppers, onions, mushrooms and saute, stirring constantly for 15-20 minutes.
  • Add garlic, cook 2 minutes.
  • Stir in tomatoes, herbs, wine and bouillon.
  • Lower heat and let simmer while preparing chicken.
  • Heat 1 Tablespoon olive oil in a lrage non-stick skillet.
  • Dredge chicken in flour and saute until golden. (Do not crowd skillet, and add more olive oil as necessary).
  • As pieces brown, add to tomato-pepper sauce.
  • When all pieces have been added, cover and simmer for 10 minutes to finish cooking chicken.
  • Serve sauce over pasta.
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  1. lazyme
    Copycat Olive Garden Chicken San Remo Created by lazyme
  2. lazyme
    This was a nice pasta dish. I used red and green peppers and enjoyed the colorful presentation. Thanks for sharing. Made for What's on the Menu tag.
     
  3. homemadesworthit
    OMG! This is soooooo good! The only thing I changed was using diced tomatoes with a bit of tom. paste instead of crushed tomatoes to make it more interesting and prettier to look at. I used only the spices in the recipe so it wouldn't taste like every other Italian dish I make. The sml. amt. of crushed chillies gave it just the right bite. The wine gave it such a special flavor. Well worth the effort!
     
  4. jumana
    This recipe is awesome!! Flouring the chicken gives it a nice crispy taste, I would definitely do it. I added italian seasoning instead of marjoram and thyme and it tasted great!
     
  5. jumana
    This recipe is awesome!! Flouring the chicken gives it a nice crispy taste, I would definitely do it. I added italian seasoning instead of marjoram and thyme and it tasted great!
     
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