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CATALINA Chicken Breasts

CATALINA Chicken Breasts recipe
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KRAFT Classic CATALINA Dressing, apricot jam and onion soup mix are all you need for this sweet and tangy chicken breast recipe.
15 min
55 min
6 servings
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It was good, but not something I will make again.
Great recipe quick and easy. My 7yr old even liked it.
I made this first as a serving for two people and it came out perfect (i added some chilli sauce to make it spicy for my taste) but i found that when i make it for a crowd (enough to fill a 13x9 dish) the sauce gets too thin because of all the chicken juices released. I'd suggest adding cornstarch or taking the chicken out when done and then just thickening the sauce on the stove. I also mix all the liquid ingredients together beforehand and marinate for a few hours before i'm ready to make it. Also (gosh i made more changes than i thought) I cut one chicken breast half into three pieces and slightly pound or butterfly them to make them thin and it bakes up perfectly at 350 F for 30 min.
I read the reviews before making this dish and a lot of them said.... would have been better without the onion soup.. they were right !!! once again I learned the hard way. I will cook it again without and it will be awesome instead of very good !!
This is a surprise in flavors, and I have tried it on pork chops (same method) and they were wonderful......Oh, and one time I made this, I thought I had apricot jam in the fridge, and of course I didn' I used orange marmalade instead and it was better than the Orange Chicken (without all that fat!!) from our favorite Asian restaurant.....Try it!!!
I followed the recipe the first time I made this and my whole family thought the onion soup mix gave it way too onion-y of a flavor. The next time I made it I left out the onion and added 1 tsp. of grated ginger and we all enjoyed it much more.
This was very tasty and easy, easy, easy. Was looking for a twist on BBQ chicken and this was it! I didn't think the onion soup mix was overpowering but gave it good flavor. Will try the sauce on ribs next time!
I am not sure why someone would say this was gross? I thought it was YUMMY! I did add a little brown sugar and a little more catalina and honey just from what i heard about the overpowering of onion. it was great over rice. I will make again.
this was soooooo nasty all because of the dry onion soup mix if you leave it out this recipe should come out really really good but with it trust me you wont like it the onion soup over power's the dish way way too much
favourite in my house...i use russian dressing sometimes with chicken wings in the slow cooker to mix it up a bit
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