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Cacciatore-Style Chicken Bake

Cacciatore-Style Chicken Bake recipe
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An Italian classic becomes a quick weeknight casserole with moist, saucy chicken, colorful peppers and a zesty, crispy top.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
10/19/2007
I made this dish for my family, they all loved it exept for my two year old who dosen't like veggies. I did precook the chicken and veggies and added italian seasoning and topped it with parm cheese. delicious!
posted:
10/15/2007
i loved it but i am going to cut back on the peppers and onions next time.
posted:
9/15/2007
It was good, we didn't have onions but used roasted garlic and onion spaghetti sauce, and its best to pre cook the chicken, because it came out just the right consistency, with the chicken cooking in the pan it might be a little two wet and soggy. My suitemate wanted to learn to cook and she did!
posted:
8/14/2007
Very bland - so many better recipes out there...
posted:
8/10/2007
THIS WAS SOOOOO EASY TO MAKE AND MY HUBBY AND I LOVED IT.
posted:
8/2/2007
No taste, stuffing over powered the taste, would not make again
posted:
7/26/2007
I used the vegetable medley instead of the bell peppers. It was great! Loved it! I have already shared this recipe with friends. Very filling, and left overs too. I have 3 VERY HUNGRY BOYS in my house and tehy ate it up, but still had left overs!!!!! Definitely one to make again, and can try new things with this recipe too.
posted:
7/2/2007
Good flavor but I changed it a bit. Instead of using spaghetti sauce I used a 14 oz. can of crushed tomatoes with some of the juice drained off. And I omitted the onion because it doesn't sit well with some members of the family. It really was delicious. Oh and I also made sure the stuffing was moist before putting it on top of the chicken because I think otherwise it wouldve truend out crunchy. Thanks!
posted:
6/23/2007
This was okay but there was an extraordinary amount of fluid (from the chicken being cooked) left in the dish when this was all said and done. Very soggy and less pleasing to the taste, needless to say. I would probably not add water to the stuffing next time and layer it a the bottom of the pan or pre-cook the chicken first.
posted:
6/13/2007
Excellent recipe, very easy and tasty!
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