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Saucy Chicken Skillet

Saucy Chicken Skillet recipe
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A simple, saucy dish reminiscent of fettuccine Alfredo, this Saucy Chicken Skillet with snow peas and cherry tomatoes makes for a tasty weeknight dish.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
8/12/2006
I thought this was a very good and quick recipe. I cut my chicken into strips. Also added some green olives and topped with parmesan cheese. Me and the husband will have it again !
posted:
8/3/2006
I made this even faster by using frozen chicken that I had previously cooked and shredded. I also left out the basil. My pickiest eater even liked it.
posted:
7/31/2006
The recipe was quick and easy to prepare. My family loved it.
posted:
7/28/2006
This tasted wonderful, my husband and I loved it! Next time, I will double the sauce because I don't think it was enough for the pasta and chicken. A very delicious recipe!
posted:
7/25/2006
My family loved this recipe! Always looking for new ways to make chicken & pasta! This is a keeper!
posted:
7/25/2006
AWESOME DISH!!MADE WITH MUSHROOMS AND DOUBLED THE SAUCE-USED A BASIL VINAIGRETTE DRESSING AND MARINATED THE CHICKEN IN THE DRESSING FOR 1/2 HR BEFORE. CAME OUT DELICIOUS!
posted:
7/18/2006
BOth my husband and I loved this. I didn't have the basalmic vinigrette dressing, but had some basalmic vinegar. It turned the sauce toa light brown, but it was still wonderful. I put in more snow peas and tomatoes than the recipe called for.
posted:
7/13/2006
My family enjoyed this receipe. I subsituted the balsalmic dressing with 5 cheese italian dressing and used rice, only because that's what I had on hand. I was very good. I'm looking forward to trying it with the balsalmic dressing. Thanks for another great receipe!
posted:
7/10/2006
Yummy, but you should double the peas. There aren't enough.
posted:
7/1/2006
I substituted a pear infusted balsamic vinegar for the regular vinegar and fresh cut okra for the snow peas. We LOVED it!
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