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Old Thu, Aug-26-10, 11:28
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I still didn't get around to trying this but need some new recipes now that I'm refocused..So adding this to my list for for next week. I'm sure it will be yummy!
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Old Mon, Apr-11-11, 18:37
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This sounds so delish! I can't wait to try it! Chicken Alfredo has always been my weakness. ...I'll miss the real pasta, but I'm sure I can find something else. Or heck, maybe just eat it as is, huh? Thanks for sharing this!
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Old Mon, May-09-11, 01:53
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AMAZING recipe! Tied it last night, but instead of sour cream ( as I had none) I used light cream cheese! All the measurements were 'by eye', the dish was prepared in less than 10' and it was delicious over a green salad!
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Old Sun, Jan-01-12, 18:30
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Made this for dinner tonight and it was amazing! I'm eating it on a bed of cauliflower rice and it's awesome.

Thanks for sharing!!
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Old Sun, Jan-01-12, 21:27
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I make this with diced zucchini and call it Chicken Ricardo after the old boyfriend who taught me the recipe. It's luscious. I love the idea of serving it with spinach, though and I have a bag sitting in my fridge. Hmm...I know what's for dinner tomorrow night!
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Old Thu, May-24-12, 12:18
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Plan: Atkins
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thank you, I am looking forward to making this. i have been in a rut trying to come up with dinner ideas
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Old Mon, Sep-03-12, 21:32
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I made this tonight and it was delicious...thanks!
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Old Wed, Sep-12-12, 16:16
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Quick update: This recipe has become a staple and I'm still making it regularly, 7 years later! My mom has stolen this from me and makes it all the time. I do like to change it up a bit and go with a bit of cream cheese instead of the sour cream. Thanks for that suggestion!
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Old Thu, Oct-18-12, 16:14
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Yum! I also add mushrooms, diced onions and cubed pancetta
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Old Tue, Dec-11-12, 20:34
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I made this tonight. I served it over steamed broccoli and zucchini. It was very good. My belly is full.
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Old Tue, Aug-06-13, 11:52
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I made this last night. It was awesome! Even my husband and daughter liked it. I modified it a bit, cooing the chicken in coconut oil half way, then added 1 cup of whipping cream, 1/4 cup of Parmesan cheese, and 1 tsp of Italian seasonings, and some pepper. (The cheese is salty, so didn't salt it.) Cooked until chicken done and cream thickened. Then took off stove and let thicken even more.

Thank you for the recipe.
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Old Sun, Aug-11-13, 13:41
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yummy!! going to make this again.
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Old Thu, Sep-19-13, 21:28
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I made this dish tonight and it was AWESOME! Felt like I was cheating Big Time!! How many net carbs exactly in this dish and I used one serving of Low Carb pasta (at 5 net carbs per serving)?
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Old Fri, Oct-18-13, 08:08
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Plan: Atkins
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KDenise - bite sized chicken pieces (of the same thickness) shouldn't take more than about 5 min to fry, if you stir and turn them often. You'll want your skillet at medium to medium high. Once you've cooked them a few times, you can see what's done and what's not - to avoid overcooking, I remove what's cooked while finishing off the rest, then it all goes back in for the next steps. Good luck!
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Old Fri, Mar-24-17, 17:43
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Plan: Keto Diet (LCHF)
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Made it for dinner this evening and it was great! Whole family enjoyed it. Good to get some comfort food while struggling through Atkins induction.
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