Creamy Mozzarella Chicken | Ragu Cheese Creations
Hello Friends and Happy Fri-Yay!
I don’t know about you but I am still dragging from last week’s change to Daylight Saving Time, I need a nap! This week’s feature is another non-Crock Pot dish, but that doesn’t mean I’ve abandoned them, as a matter of fact one of them is home cooking dinner right now.
This Creamy Mozzarella Chicken features Ragu Cheese Creations Sauce
and the recipe is on the back of the jar.
- 4 boneless chicken breast – I used 2 packs of tenderloins
- 1 jar Ragu Cheese Creations Creamy Mozzarella Sauce, divided
- 1 cup Italian seasoned dry bread crumps
- 1 medium tomato, seeded and chopped
- 1 Tbsp. basil leaves / Italian seasoning
Pour 1/2 cup of Mozzarella sauce into a bowl ~ coat chicken with sauce and then with dry bread crumbs.
Place coated chicken into 13×9 baking pan, spray with cooking spray for easier cleanup. Bake in preheated oven 450 degrees for approximately 15 minutes.
Spoon remaining sauce around chicken in the pan, bake another 5 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly done.
I cooked a package of Knorr Pasta Sides for chicken which complimented this dish perfectly as would a side of mac n cheese!
This was another family meal that my men loved and no leftovers!
Top cooked chicken with tomatoes and Italian seasoning for an easy breezy mid-week meal.
Going to have to try this 😉
My newest post is on goals and one of those is on cooking/croc pot meals included. Rachel xo
YES!!!! Will check out the new post – enjoy the weekend.
Another must try!!!!
Yes, this was an easy one, hope your day is going well.
Do you know that when I click on your link it goes straight to your Gravatar page and not your blog?
O’ Yum! Thanks for the share 🙂
My pleasure, it was easy and so tasty too! Have a mah-vah-lous weekend!
MMMMMM That looks delicious!! You always have amazing recipes. Thank you for sharing love.
Thank you, I am always on the look out for easy breezy, cheapie meals to share – glad you enjoy them! Have a wonderful night.
Will be adding this one to the recipe box. 😉
Great, let me know how it turns out!