Prepare this Simple Bruschetta Chicken Skillet in under 30 minutes for a delicious, easy weeknight meal!
When it comes to dinner, it’s no secret that I’m always on the lookout for quick and easy but flavorful dinners I can make for my family. So when I received the Kroger MyMagazine the recipe for Bruschetta Chicken Skillet caught my eye. We had tried a Bruschetta Chicken recipe from Dream Dinners that we loved so I was hoping I could make this version at home and have another winning recipe to add to our dinner rotation. It’s a twist on the classic Italian flavors of traditional bruschetta. In making this recipe the first time, I found that I didn’t have all the ingredient (fresh basil) and that we liked it with a bit more sauce, so I tweaked it a bit for my family’s tastebuds. The original recipe called for crushed croutons but I don’t usually have those on hand. But I do often have breadcrumbs in my pantry so decided to try it in this recipe. The results were delicious and still so easy! Italian food is one of my favorites so I’m extra excited to have a new recipe in my collection.
Y’all, you won’t believe how easy this dish is! I had it on the table in 30 minutes and my family loved this version which makes it a double winner in my book. I hope you’ll give it a try!
Simple Bruschetta Chicken Skillet
- Simple Bruschetta Chicken Skillet
- 2 Roma tomatoes diced OR 1 can diced tomatoes, drained
- ¾ cup shredded Italian blend cheese
- 1 ½ tablespoons dried basil
- 6 boneless skinless chicken breasts
- 1 14.5 ounce can tomato sauce
- 1 teaspoon minced garlic
- 2 cups panko bread crumbs
- ¼ cup grated parmesan cheese
- 1 tablespoon Italian herb blend or use half and half dried basil and oregano
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
In a medium bowl, stir together diced tomatoes, cheese and basil. Set aside. In small bowl, combine panko bread crumbs and parmesan cheese. Set aside.
Pound chicken breasts to ½-inch thickness. I like to put the chicken in a resealable bag and use a meat mallet to pound the chicken for the least mess. If you don’t have a meat mallet, you can also use a rolling pin.
In large skillet, heat olive oil over medium heat. Add chicken and saute 1-2 minutes on each side to sear and create a golden brown color. Remove from heat and set aside.
Combine tomato sauce and garlic in skillet; add chicken. Top with tomato, cheese and basil mixture, pressing onto chicken.
Bring sauce to boil over medium-high heat. Reduce heat to medium-low, cover and cook 15 minutes or until chicken has reached a safe internal temperature of 165°F.
Top with breadcrumb cheese mixture just before serving. We like to serve this with a wild rice pilaf and garden salad.
Refrigerate any leftovers.
Today I’m joining my Sunday Supper friends again as we share our favorite Italian dishes! We love Italian food in our house so I’m excited to see all the creative recipes shared by my fellow food bloggers! I hope you’ll check out the recipes below from all the other bloggers!
- Cacio e Uova Meatless Recipe from She Loves Biscotti
- Gnocchi alla Romana from Tramplingrose
- Italian Rice Balls from My World Simplified
- Rosemary Focaccia from Curious Cuisiniere
- Tomato Caprese with Burrata from Casa de Crews
- Asparagus and lemon risotto from Un Assaggio of Food, Wine & Marriage
- Braised Italian-Style Beef Short Ribs from Hardly A Goddess
- Bruschetta Chicken from Meal Planning Magic
- Bucatini with Roasted Garlic Tomato Sauce from The TipToe Fairy
- Orechietti with Broccoli Rabe and Shrimp from Delaware Girl Eats
- Cheesy Gnocchi and Sausage Bake from Confessions of a Cooking Diva
- Classic Vodka Sauce from Cupcakes & Kale Chips
- Eggplant Parmesan from Rants From My Crazy Kitchen
- Fast Faux-Baked Ziti from Fantastical Sharing of Recipes
- Florentine Pizza from A Mind Full Mom
- Gluten Free Meatballs with Homemade Sauce from Gluten Free Crumbley
- Green and Yellow Artichoke Tortellini with Mushrooms, Pancetta and Spring Peas with White Wine Reduction from Crazy Foodie Stunts
- Grilled Chicken Pesto Panini from Eat, Drink and be Tracy
- Mushroom Bolognese Pasta Recipe from Life Tastes Good
- Parma Rosa Baked Ziti from Palatable Pastime
- Pasta Con Sarde a Mare – Pasta with Sardines at Sea from Caroline’s Cooking
- Pasta e Fagioli from Cindy’s Recipes and Writings
- Penne with Sausage in Creamy Boursin Cheese Recipe from Feeding Big and more
- Pesce all’Aqua Pazza from Monica’s Table
- Polenta-Crusted Italian Sausage Pies from Wholistic Woman
- Pumpkin Agnolotti from Jane’s Adventures in Dinner
- Shrimp Fra Diavolo from Grumpy’s Honeybunch
- Slow Cooker Lasagna from Food Lust People Love
- Stuffed Ravioli in Alfredo Sauce from The Freshman Cook
- Tuscan Kale Pesto Risotto from Cooking Chat
- Tuscan Porterhouse with Balsamic-Rosemary Steak Sauce and Seared Radicchio from The Texan New Yorker
- Tuscan Style Chicken Breasts from Simple and Savory
- Zuppa Toscana from Momma’s Meals
- Italian Berries, Mascarpone and Marsala Budini from La Bella Vita Cucina
- Berry Tiramisu from That Skinny Chick Can Bake
- Cannoli Poke Cake from Moore or Less Cooking
- Cherry Walnut Biscotti from Pies and Plots
- Chocolate Tiramisu from Renee’s Kitchen Adventures
- Fiordilatte Gelato from Manu’s Menu
- Italian Cream Cheesecake from The Crumby Cupcake
- Lemoncello Tiramisu from The Redhead Baker
- Limoncello Cookies from Cosmopolitan Cornbread
- Orange and Almond Ricotta Cheesecake from Pine Needles In My Salad
- Panna Cotta with Fresh Berries from The Chef Next Door
- Salame al Cioccolato (Chocolate Salami) from A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures
- Strawberry Panna Cotta from From Gate to Plate
- Tiramisu Semifreddo from Tara’s Multicultural Table
- Wine and Cheese Chocolate Muffins from What Smells So Good?
- Zabaglione Gelato from Magnolia Days
- Bicerin (Italian Coffee) from Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
- Easy Limoncello from Our Good Life
- Liquore all’Alloro from Culinary Adventures with Camilla
- Sgroppino (Frothy Italian Sorbetto Cocktail) from The Wimpy Vegetarian
And Artichoke Torta plus More Recipes for Italian Fest from Sunday Supper Movement
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