Fenway Cacciatore

It took the Red Sox until the 9’th inning last night to get a hit in the ALCS. (Daniel Nava in 1-0 loss to Detroit)

It took me about 15 minutes.

Many of you know our family has been experimenting with low carb/mini calorie meals.

God knows I need it.

And if you’ve ever experienced Yawkey Way, heading to a game, you probably know and love the smell/taste/texture of those deliciously fried onions and green peppers getting ready to embrace pork sausage over an Italian roll.

I wanted to recreate some of that fun, minus the diet busting guilt.

Ingredients to serve 4:

  • 4 individually wrapped Perdue Italian Flavored Chicken Breasts (Frozen)
  • 1 Jar of Prego Light & Smart Tomato Sauce
  • 2 Green Peppers
  • 2 White or Yellow Onions (Medium)
  • 2 Tbs Italian Seasoning
  • 1/4 cup Olive Oil (I like the Light)
  • Salt and Pepper

Toss the breasts on your gas grill for 15 minutes.

In a small pot, warm the Prego on Medium, adding Salt and Pepper to taste, with the 2 Tbs of Italian Seasoning.

Fry up the onions and peppers in Oil until soft and brown, with a bit of Salt and Pepper.

To make it easy, I threw the sauce/peppers/onions all together in a bowl (after removing the oil) then served them over the chicken.

I added an easy side dish of Steam Fresh Green Giant vegetables.

Total calories 355; Net carbs 22.

Now that’s a big hit.

God knows we need a few.

Try it on your Tigers tonight.

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2 Responses to “Fenway Cacciatore”

  1. dhuisjen2 Says:

    So much easier to agree with you about food than about politics! 🙂 I’ll try this one out with local European brands sometime this month, and I’ll update you when I’ve done so.

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