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Very, very good, I cut the recipe down for 2 prople, Also used a can of stewed tomatoes and add a little of the spices especially cumim and bay leaf, as the stewed tomatoes has a lot of the spices already in them. I used monterey Jack cheese this was very good.
Two out of three of us enjoyed this (but the third is a bit picky anyway). I used thighs and legs, stacked them in a narrow but deep plastic container with a lid, poured the veggie/spice mixture over, covered and stuck it in the fridge at dinner time on Tuesday and baked it Wednesday night. I was really surprised that it really didn't need any additional salt - I'm a salt addict. We'll definitely be making this again when our picky third party has other plans. :)
This was good! I had to use garlic powder and left out the onion since I apparently need to hit the grocery store again. Very nice with mashed potatoes. Thanks!
I need to remember that my oven is in F not C
I was looking for a recipe to use up some of the millions of tomatoes I have from my garden and this one was a 5 Star Find!! You can't ask for an easier recipe! The flavor was great! I sided it with Parmesan Garlic Mashed Potatoes (Garlic Mashed Potatoes ) and it was wonderful together! I didn't let it marinate this time- next time I will and I'll try it on thin spaghetti and topped with mozzarella cheese - it should be great. By the way, I just made this yesterday and my PICKY fiance wanted me to make it again tonight (that says a lot)!
I really liked this chicken. It turned out very moist. I have made it a couple of times, once cooking it right away, and once preparing everything in the morning and letting it sit until afternoon. The chicken really benefited from the wait. I made this without cheese b/c of the people I cook for. Thanks for the good recipe.