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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.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
11/21/2005
It was awesome, even my picky 17 year old tried and loved it. This is a keeper. Needless to say, husband and the rest of my family loved this recipe. I got this recipe from my food and family magazine Im crazy about. Whats for dinner? Not a question with great recipes like this. One other thing because of picky family members, I used simply 100% fruit. I thought just maybe jam would be too thick. This fruit was perfect . Thanks Kraft & Family for my magazine, the question whats for dinner? No longer an issue.
posted:
11/20/2005
Very easy to make and the kids love it
posted:
11/20/2005
I also feed a family of 5 in which 3 are picky. This was the first recipe I can recall everyone agreeing it being absolutely delicious. It's quick, which is good after working all day and the cleanup is easy. I also substitued the Apricot jelly with some Black Cherry jelly. It was *awesome*. We also discussed that most any type of jelly could be used. Peach jelly would be good, but berries mixed SO well with the Catalina. This is a keeper.
posted:
11/17/2005
I used peach preserves in place of apricot jam my family loved it.
posted:
11/16/2005
I made this last week for myself and my daughters (one of whom is a very picky eater) and they liked it very much. I have to make it again tonight. The chicken comes out very moist and tender. I used the onion mix and my girls don't like onions, but they didn't even notice the taste
posted:
11/16/2005
My husband is not big on onions in anything, so I wouldn't use this recipe. I have used the Catalina dressing many times however to bake my boneless, skinless chicken breast in. I just marinate my chicken breast in it for several hours and bake it, it's wonderful!
posted:
11/16/2005
If you like the American version of sweet and sour sauce, you probably will like this one. Since our family likes authentic Chinese food, and we aren't big fans of American-Chinese food, this dish is not our favorite. The sauce is good. The onion soup mix adds an interesting flavor to it. However, the taste of the sauce somehow does not mix with the taste of chicken. Maybe the chicken breasts need to be seasoned first?
posted:
11/15/2005
This recipe sounded good but turned out terrible, It just did not taste right at all!
posted:
11/15/2005
Very oriental-ish...really, really good. I made it for my husband and friend, they both loved it!. I only used 2 tbs of the onion soup mix. I also served it with the egg fried rice recipe found in this site.
posted:
11/15/2005
i can say this was a very good recipe i used one thing different i put apple butter in it the recipe was deliciouse you have to try it you will love it
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