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Old Fri, Jun-25-04, 16:02
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pilotgal, i am so glad you are enjoying this recipe so much. i will pass it on to my non-lc friend who gave me the recipe. and i am going to have to definately try adding the broccoli...that and a salad would cover all the bases for a well rounded dinner i think.

oh by the way, i use greek oregano (i guess its also considered mediterranean?). i think it tastes a little different (stronger?).
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Old Sat, Jun-26-04, 07:34
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Ok, I tried this recipe, in a crock pot, with turkey thighs. Those were awesome too!!!
And i threw in all kinds of leftover veggies sitting in the fridge. green onions, celery, bell pepper, even a mango. threw it all in there.

Was excellent. Now... I'm thawing out chix breast, and i have all the leftover gravy from the thighs, i'll throw the chicken breasts, in the left over gravy into the crock pot and let them simmer...

I'm thinking... either spinach, or pole beans? which would you throw in there?
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Old Sat, Jun-26-04, 16:44
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hmm...spinach and maybe some feta in the sauce. wow what you can do with mayo huh?
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Old Sun, Jul-11-04, 11:14
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i have made this dish 3 times and it allways turn out good. i am going to have to try it on the red snapper and maybe trout! sue
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Old Sun, Jul-11-04, 11:22
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So how much do you use?
Like a tablespoon of mayo and a teaspoon of parmesan per breast?
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Old Sun, Jul-11-04, 11:32
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That's pretty much what I did med234. Just eyeballed it. The children really enjoyed it as well.

Angel
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Old Sun, Jul-11-04, 11:35
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Thanks, Angel
I'll give it a whirl!
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Old Mon, Oct-11-04, 11:04
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I have this in the crock pot now. Smells delish! I can't wait to eat if for dinner tonight.

I am afraid I may have overdone it with the ingredients though. I used about a cup of mayo 1/3 cup parmesan a tbls of choped garlic and a couple dashes of oregano (probably not enough of this one) for five chicken breasts.

What do you think?

Can someone tell me how much they use for these ingredients?

Thanks.
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Old Tue, Oct-12-04, 15:44
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culean, i hope it turned out ok. i would probably add more parmesan, i sort of end up with slightly less parm than mayo. maybe 2/3 cup parm per 1 cup mayo?? oh and lots of oregano. lots!
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Old Tue, Oct-12-04, 16:56
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Thanks eve. It was pretty good. It definately could have used more parm though. I am making it again tonight in the oven this time. In the crock pot the sauce kind of separated and wasn't creamy like I imagined it should be.

I am so warry of adding more oregano. I LOVE the stuff in red sauces, but for some reason the flavor in a white sauce scares me. In fact I almost wish I had left out what I did put in yesterday. I should just go for it and add a lot. I am sure it would taste wonderful.
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Old Tue, Oct-12-04, 18:26
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Okay, I am definately going to need more help with this one. I know you say you just eyeball the ingredients. But apparently I am unable to do that! Haha! I again had no "sauce" and it separated on me. Though it was good, it was not what I was hopeing for.

Can you please give me dummy proof ingredients and recipe (Do I mix everything together or just put them all on top ect?)

Sorry I am a little slow with this one!

Thanks!
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Old Tue, Oct-12-04, 20:22
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hmm...havent made it for a while but i think it does seperate just a tad. i mix everything in a bowl and then top the chicken breasts with it. i think mixing pretty equal amounts of mayo and parm helps with the seperation, as does not overdoing it with the sauce. you just want a good scoop of mixture on top of each breast...not too much. if you have extra you can top a dish of broccoli with it and bake that too.
as far as the oregano, you might want to try greek/mediteranean oregano. it has a different flavor. i just sniffed both of mine (the greek one came picked from greece). regular is stronger smelling.
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Old Wed, Oct-13-04, 11:03
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For each breast, we probably use about a good tablespoon of mayo, a teaspoon of parmesan, clove garlic and 1/3t oregano.
It leaves a thin creamy topping on each breast, with a puddle of juices running out below, to make a thin sauce.
It's very tasty, and so easy.
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Old Wed, Oct-13-04, 16:18
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Thanks for the responses. Next time I try this I will use your tips.
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Old Wed, Oct-27-04, 06:40
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Hi,

sound so delish

I really want to make this dish...but can someone give me a rough idea of how much mayo, perm cheese, garlic i need per 4 chicken breasts?

Thanks,
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