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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:
3/5/2008
easy to make and very tasty.
posted:
3/3/2008
I made this for my family and the sauce was terrible! It just didn't taste right at all. I ended making the sauce my own by adding brown sugar and barbaque sauce. The kids ate it, but no one had seconds....would not reccomend this one.
posted:
2/14/2008
This recipe was great. To me, it tastes like a healthy version of sesame chicken (without the sesame seeds - just the sauce). Even my husband raved about it and he doesn't even like chicken that much.
posted:
2/13/2008
I made this recipe last night and my whole family enjoyed it. I made it with white jamine rice for my husband and I. I diluted the sauce with a little extra water so that there would be more sauce to pour over the rice. I made potatoes for the kids and they loved it.
posted:
2/10/2008
This was a very simple and tasty recipe. My husband is very picky and he enjoyed it. I doubled the sauce so that I would have some left over to pour over the white rice. I did not have Apricot Jam so I used orange marmalade instead. I also did not brown the chicken prior to baking and followed the recommendations to use a lot less of the onion soup mix. I do disagree with others and think that it is important to add some of the onion soup mix to balance the flavors.
posted:
2/8/2008
Picture is very deceiving, especially the one in the magazine I got - it turned everything a bright orange, which is a bit off putting! Other than the color it was very tasty! My husband loved it! I will make it again, but maybe the potatoes on the side.
posted:
1/30/2008
I agree with the comments about too much of the onion mix. I didn't taste it before it was baked, but once we sat done to eat it, the onion was very noticeable. Very good recipe though, and I will make again...with less onion soup mix!
posted:
1/13/2008
This is fantastic!!!! It is all 3 of my kids favorite meal.
posted:
1/11/2008
I've been wanting to make this forever, but was a little afraid it would be too sweet. It was delicious! I only used about 1 Tbsp soup mix as other people thought it was overpowering. This reminded me of a asian style sweet and sour. Yum!
posted:
11/27/2007
A good weeknight meal...however the onion soup was over powering. I will definitely use less (much less!) or try to use a veggie soup mix like suggested.
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