Browse Michele Romano's treasure trove of mouth watering Italian chicken recipes for every chicken and pasta lover!
Every healthy Mediterranean diet has to have one of these incredible chicken and pasta recipes. Right up there with healthy olive oils, grains, beans and olives!
Pollo! The Italian word for chicken, I love it. I love the Italian language, soooo romantic ...oh yeah back to chicken. Chicken is so amazingly versatile that it goes with anything! (especially pasta!) You can pair it with rice, potatoes, or almost any vegetable on earth plus every sauce or gravy known to mankind. Simply add chicken in one form or another. Whole chicken, pieces of chicken, breasts, thighs, legs, wings, short chickens, fat chickens, you get the picture!
There are multiple ways of cooking chicken as well, roasting, baking, frying, boiling etc. etc. If you are searching for healthy dinner ideas, Italian chicken and pasta recipes are always a good choice and I might also add, a wide array to choose from! I am pleased to offer some of our top secret recipes such as my sister Marla's chicken parmesan recipe, or my mother Dorothy's delicious roasted rosemary chicken and potatoes. My brother Darrell Romano's chicken lasagna is outstanding! Look for these and more mouth-watering chicken recipes such as my lemon chicken alfredo or Italian stuffed chicken breasts in my soon coming cookbook, Romano/Toscano Top Secret Recipes . Come and enjoy all the Mediterranean has to offer guilt free!
Note: Do the best you can to choose chicken that is grain fed or free range grass fed without the use of antibiotics and growth hormones. This is not only a good idea for your health but it also does make big difference when it comes to juiciness and flavor.
Most people seem to be confused as to the difference between what meat labels mean and which is best to purchase. Simply put: Free range grass fed! As a rule, most farmers raising their live stock this way do not use hormones or antibiotics anyway, making it 'organic'. Obviously grass fed is the best of 'free range'. These conclusions work for all animals, not just chickens.
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