Garlic & herb marinated chicken in a rich Marinara sauce, sweet roasted peppers & olives on a bed of pasta served with Parmesan
Shelf-life: Day of delivery plus 5 days
690 calories per person
Mediterranean, Soy Free, High in protein, High in fibre
Suitable for home freezing.
- Reserve parmesan, open film, microwave wooden tray on full power for 6 mins until piping hot.
- Serve topped with parmesan
Tomatoes, Chicken breast fillets (All natural, hormone free, from south eastern United states), Pasta (Durum wheat semolina, water), Onion, Olive oil, Red bell pepper, Yellow bell pepper, Slow roast tomato paste, Black olives, Carrot, Garlic, Parmesan, Parsley, Red chili, Salt, Agave syrup, Oregano, Black pepper, Rosemary, Lemon juice, Basil, Red chili flakes, Thyme.
Allergens: Gluten, Milk
Dairy free if you don't serve with parmesan
NEW recipe now made with wheat pasta
Calories 690, Fat 34g, Saturated fat 6g, Carbohydrates 57g, Total sugars 10g, Protein 38g, Fibre 7g, Sodium 1030g
We were very surprised how bland this dish is.
Don't get me wrong - its a nice dish but it feels it needs lots seasoning (salt/pepper, Siracha, etc)
(I feel for team G&T, btw, since below user "L." wrote that it was too overpowering should moderate spice level and here we go and call it out for being too/super-bland. I guess can't please everyone :)
Will likely not order again.
Have had this dish many times and while it has alway had a bit of a kick, this last round was overpowering - please revert back to the old recipe of a low to moderate spice level.
My husband is very sensitive to spicy dishes so I can not order it again. It was a bit spicy, but I liked it. Not the traditional taste of this dish or the way I've made it. If you like a bit of spice it will suit you.
We have ordered this dish several tomes before. I love how quickly dinner can be on the table! Over all it’s a good and healthy take on Italian, which is welcome. It just lacks in overall taste and flavor. We had salt and garlic. It’s still enjoyable.
We enjoyed the dish a lot. Not what you would expect for an Italian dish. More of a fusion with Cajun kick. I like spicy so that's not an issue. It had what looked like some red jalapeño chile slices in there as well, the olive gave it a nice twist and cut the heat with nice a touch of twang.