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Chicken with Tomatoes & Feta

Chicken with Tomatoes & Feta recipe
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The keys to Greek cooking—lemons, tomatoes and feta—give this smart dish its complex flavor. As one fan says, “Tastes like it took a lot more time than it really does!”
time
prep:
10 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
4/8/2010
Definately needs the garlic added. Also I cooked the chicken with lemon pepper seasoning. And having lemon with the peel on did not work. The lemons got soggy and then we accidentally ate the lemon peel - yuck! Recommned just using lemon juice or peel the lemon first. Added fresh spinach in with the tomatoes and served with whole grain pasta so it was a healthy meal.
posted:
4/7/2010
Quick, Easy & Delicious -- 3 of my favorite things in one dish! I served this tonight with mashed potatoes and it was a hit with husband and my 10 year old son. I didn't have feta on hand, but gorgonzola worked equally well, I think. After reading other reviews about the lemon being overbearing, I just used a few drops of lemon juice and it seemed to blend perfectly with the greek vinaigrette dressing.
posted:
4/7/2010
Absolutely delicious!!! Everybody loved it! I didn't add very much of the lemon, I just squeezed some juice over the top while the dressing & tomatos were cooking. I also let the chicken breasts simmer longer in the dressing mixture in the pan. Served over rice with salad. Scrumptious! I'll be making it again soon!
posted:
4/1/2010
I just made this last night for my boyfriend. The lemon was way overpowering and the chicken was not very moist and tender when cooked.
posted:
3/31/2010
I am also curious about baking time and covered or uncover?
posted:
3/31/2010
I am curious about the idea of baking in the oven. At what temperature would you bake it and for approximately how long? Lid on or off. It seems it would be simpler to do it this way.
posted:
3/31/2010
Very easy and extremely flavorful. Tastes like it took a lot more time and ingredients than it really does! Didn't have feta on hand, so used blue cheese crumbles instead. Definitely will be making this again!
posted:
3/30/2010
This is so MY recipe! I have been making it for YEARS. I don't always do it exactly this way, but same idea. Just as good when you just throw the chicken in a casserole dish, pour on the tomatoes, extra garlic (YUM!), sprinkle on the feta and put in the oven. Cook time will vary based on the thickness of your chicken breast. I usually do not use the lemon or the salad dressing, but imagine the dressing would add more flavor. Good with Shrimp, too! Try reduced fat feta! :-)
posted:
3/16/2010
This was good but I felt the lemon was too overpowering. Next time I will leave the lemon out. It goes well with fresh sauteed spinach and garlic.
posted:
3/11/2010
Delicious! My hubby also liked it. I served it on a bed of pasta and put a little bit more dressing and cheese then required. Also just put lemon juice as I did not have a lemon.
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