Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Mozzarella Parmesan Chicken.


I'm participating in another session of the online cooking group, we only had six participants this time, so it'll be a short session. The first recipe was for Mozzarella Parmesan chicken courtesy of Tricia. Despite 52 people giving it a pretty high rating of 4 out of 5 stars, this recipe just wasn't what I was expecting or something I normally make. So while this particular recipe wasn't for me, lots of people obviously like it, if you think it sounds good I encourage you to make it!

Whoever posts the weekly recipe in the cooking group, comes up with a set of questions based on the recipe. Since I'd already answered these questions, I figured I'd just re-post the questions & my answers here.

Looking at the recipe, did you think you would like this? I'll be honest, when I looked at the recipe & read the ingredients I did not think I would like it. I'm not really a fan of creamed soup meals. But I try everything, even things I don't think I'll like!

Did you and your family like this dish? It was ok - the husband liked it and I thought it was better than I anticipated.

What sides did you serve with it? I served it over penne pasta. I had planned on serving it with roasted asparagus, but wasn't feeling it today.

Will you make it again? Probably not, it just took way too long to cook and this really isn't our style of cooking.

Did you change anything? If so, what? I only used two chicken breasts & used cream of chicken soup instead of the mushroom because that's what I had. I was also lazy and did not chop garlic or onion and instead used garlic & onion powder. Oh and my total cooking time was 85 minutes for two thick chicken breasts.

Would you change anything if you made it again? If so, what? Holy salt Batman! The combination of the soups & the salty cheeses were too much & I love me some salt! I didn't see the point of separating the two soups and think you could dump it all in at once. If I ever made it again, I would completely change things around - which I guess defeats the purpose of the original recipe! I would chop up the chicken & mix with the soup, add more seasoning (basil, oregano, lemon pepper, etc.) and probably add a bag of mixed vegetables. Maybe add pasta or rice to the dish, or just serve it over that and I would like if the sauce was a little thicker.

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