easy chicken recipes

Italian bread – cut in half length-wise, parallel to table1/4 cup olive oil1 can (14.5 ounces) of plain tomato sauce1/2 cup of grated pecorino Romano cheese1 tablespoon or more of garlic powdersalt to tasteblack pepper to taste8 ounces of mozzarella cheese – shreddedPreparationPreheat oven to 350 degrees F Place both halves of Italian bread (crust side down) on a large ungreased baking sheet. Add the following to both halves of bread:Brush on olive oil. This recipe is sure to be a big hit with freinds or family. Difficulty (Scale from 1-10): 6Makes: 6 servingsIngredients1 cup of pitted black olives 1/3 cup of capers (packed in water – drained) 2 cloves of garlic 1/4 teaspoon dried crushed red pepper 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1/4 teaspoon of salt 1/4 cup Italian parsley – roughly chopped 5-7 tablespoons of olive oil (or more) 3 boneless skinless chicken breast, cut in half toothpicks – for foodPreparation of Chicken BreastsFillet each half of chicken breast, making sure not to cut completely through; this will provide a pocket for you to stuff the paula dean recipes puree. Preparation of Olive Caper PureeIn a blender or food processor add olives, capers, garlic, crushed red pepper, black pepper, salt, parsley, and olive oil. This is why chocolate is always melted in double boilers or water baths — and it is also why you should take out a nice heavy-bottomed pan and heat your milk carefully within it, never, ever allowing it to boil. Simmer is the word, and gently simmer at that, if you must — and once you’ve added the hot cocoa mix, you’ll need to be very gentle indeed. The chocolate does not need to cook in the pan — once you’ve added it and gotten it mixed in, it’s time to get the cocoa into the cups or mugs.

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