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Chicken & Sun-Dried Tomato Orzo

March/April 2008

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Sun-dried tomatoes and Romano cheese pack a flavorful punch along with the tantalizing aroma of fresh marjoram in this rustic Italian-inspired dish. Serve with sautéed fresh spinach or steamed broccolini.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made this for dinner last night and my husband and I just LOVED it!!! Next time, I will double the amount of sauce and cut the orzo in half. There really was a lot. I doubled the garlic and could have tripled it. I had no artichokes...
Chicken & Sun-Dried Tomato Orzo

40 Reviews for Chicken & Sun-Dried Tomato Orzo

09/02/2009
Anonymous

I love this dish. It was easy but I think next time I will cut up the chicken in cubes and make little more sauce.

Lauren, Poulsbo, WA

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09/02/2009
Anonymous

This was the easiest and most flavorful entree I have ever fixed. The garlic was subtle and marjoram with it was a delightful surprise!!!!! Also, the dried tomatoes gave each bite a burst of summer!!!!

Carolyn Gerber, Saint Marys, WV

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09/02/2009
Anonymous

Quick, easy, and delicious!

Jane, Southern CA, CA

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09/02/2009
Anonymous

This came out very good. I did not have artichokes, but I added peas instead and it was really yummy. I will make this again.

Sarah, Boston, MA

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09/02/2009
Anonymous

I made this for my mother and nine year old sister and they loved it! I could not find sun dried tomatoes in my supermarket that were not packed in oil, so I patted them down and used the oil from the container instead of the EVOO (they were packed in EVOO anyways). I also skipped the artichokes in favor of serving a nice arugula, toasted pine nuts, and goat chesse salad. The whole dish went over great and was very easy to make. The nine year old loved it and my mother is still raving about it a week later!

Justin, Albany, NY

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