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Quick Chicken Parmesan Garlic Bread


1 loaf garlic bread, cut in half top to bottom (most already are).

6 fully cooked breaded chicken strips. (I got the pre-cooked frozen kind)

1 1/2 cups mozzerella cheese

1/2 cup pizza sauce.

Preheate oven to 425 degrees. Cut garlic bread (tops and bottoms) into 3 pieces, about 5″ each. Bake garlic bread pieces and chicken strips for 10 minutes, turning the chicken strips halfway through. Remove from oven. Place 1 chicken strip on top of each pieceof the garlic bread. Top chicken with pizza sauce and mozzerella cheese. Return to oven on Broil for about 1-2 minutes or until cheese is melted.

This is so yummy and literally from start to finish was less than 20 minutes or so. I served it with a salad.

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  1. mmm yummy that sounds delicious and easy too

  2. Looks yummy!

  3. Oh I have to try this. I am the one at 4:30 trying to fugure out with to have for supper.I love Company's Coming Cook Books because of the pictures.

  4. Oh I should have come here AFTER dinner. You've made me even more hungry. That looks DELICIOUS. (And I'm like a kid, so it's very ME friendly…heehee).

  5. I made this tonight! My family LOVED it!!Thanks Crystal

  6. i am exactly the same way. i dont buy a cookbook unless it has a photo of every recipe. I wanna know it looks good before I get into it!

  7. Pam, so excited that you tried it and that your family loved it! Thanks for sharing :)

  8. YUMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!!! So going to try this!

  9. Yum, you are making me want that! Ooh, Todd Agnew just came on your player. Great song!


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