Monday, March 23, 2009

Artichoke Chicken


Ingredients
  • 1 (15 ounce) can artichoke hearts, drained and chopped
  • 3/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • 3/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 tbls garlic salt
  • 4 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves

DIRECTIONS

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C).
  2. In a medium bowl, mix together the artichoke hearts, Parmesan cheese, mayonnaise, and garlic salt. Place chicken in a greased baking dish, and cover evenly with artichoke mixture.
  3. Bake, uncovered, for 30 minutes in the preheated oven, or until chicken is no longer pink in the center and juices run clear.

37 comments:

Dawn said...

ohhh 2 of my fave ingredients. Time to go shopping again for Kellys dinner recipe! ha!

Cortni said...

Sounds really good.

Jenny said...

This sounds so good. Although I would be the only one to eat it in my house. I can't seem to get the guys to eat artichokes:(

The Schoolhouse @ Deer Run said...

Wow, this looks wonderful

Rachel said...

I am going to make this tonight! Thanks for the tip. Oh, and I love the video of Harper!!! :)

Anonymous said...

YUMMY!!!

Danielle said...

I found this recipe too off of All Recipes a couple months ago. It is my new all time favorite!!! I really just want to eat the top part - haha!!

CAMoore said...

Tried this tonight- it was great!!!

esm said...

I just made this tonight for dinner and it was scrumptious! Thank you so much for the idea!

Kelli said...

This looks great, I LOVE artichokes! Also, I love your dishes, we have the same ones!

Michelle Bradley said...

we made this tonite and im wondering if its supposed to be a tsp of garlic salt not a tbls? It was soooo salty it looked like it would have been good and want to try it again. Let me know if it was a mistake? :)

mamma2 said...

We eat a lot of chicken at our house. One of my favorite chicken to make is BBQ chicken. It isn't made with BBQ sauce though.
Here is all you have to do:
Take BBQ chips (I use plain chips and add a lot of chili powder, garlic powder, lemon pepper, and onion powder) and put them into a baggie (I use a ziploc bag). Smash the chips up into small bits. Melt some butter in the microwave.
Then roll the chicken in the butter and then put it into the baggie and shake it up. I always make sure that all the chicken is covered in chips. Then put the chicken in a baking dish. After I have all my chicken coated with butter and chips I pour the leftover butter and chips onto the chicken. Bake in the oven. I set my oven anywhere between 350-400 degrees. Bake until done (usually takes about 1 hour).

The Hayden Family said...

a tablespoon or a teaspoon of garlic salt?

Lisa LaRosa-Baker said...

Kelly,

I made this the other night, but added frozen chopped spinach and sour cream to the mixture (to tame down the parma -- and I'm Italian ... go figure!), then topped it off with slices of mozarella until it bubbled. I served it with a dollup of Daisy sour cream.

It was like eating spinach artichoke dip without the chips. And it was DE-LISHHHHHHH!

Thanks for the wonderful recipe!

Emily said...

This looks so yummy and so easy. I can't wait to try it. I wonder if it would be good if you put spinach in the topping too and made it sort of like a spinach and artichoke dip on top. It looks really good in the picture too!

Emily said...

Ok-so I missed the post before mine. Will have to try this!

mary_marshall said...

I made this tonight & agree with Michelle Bradley that it was really salty. BUT it was still good (when your pregnant salty isn't a bad thing) & I think I will try it again with a tsp instead of a Tbls. Thanks for the recipe!

Katie said...

Super yummy! Thanks for sharing.

Jennifer Tschepikow said...

this sounds delicious! im going to try it out tonight! thanks =)

Mrs. D said...

Thanks for the great tip about All Recipes' ingredients page. I just love how you can type in what you have on hand and it links you to tons of recipe ideas!

Jennifer Tschepikow said...

well, i made artichoke chicken last night for the hubby and i and we loved it!!! very very good...i bet you could use the artichoke mixtured for other things too?! what do ya think? any ideas? i thought about putting it on some sort of crackers or something as an appetizer?! i dont know...thanks again for the yummy recipe

Tricia said...

I made this for dinner tonight, and my husband actually LIKED it!! I can't tell you how many times I have made just the topping as an appetizer dish and he always turned his nose up to it. I was skeptical, but went ahead anyway. He's even taking leftovers to work tomorrow! Thanks for a great recipe!

P.S. Thanks for Harper pics too! I had a boy, but what I wouldn't give to dress a girl with all those hats and tutu's!!!

Jill & Anna Claire said...

I tried it and it was too salty. Any ideas? :) Love your blogs! Your family is precious!

Tricia said...

I forgot to add that I didn't have any garlic salt, so I used 1 tbsp of garlic powder. PERFECT!!!

Michelle Bradley said...

i looked the recipe up on allrecipes and it calls for a dash of gar salt. kelly probably just wrote down the wrong thing :)

Megan said...

I tried this recipe with Miracle Whip instead of Mayo and I loved it! I also got a garlic marinated chicken instead of using garlic sauce. This recipe was a big hit, I will definately cook it again.

emily said...

Great recipe..just one thing you may want to correct...I don't think 1 Tablespoon garlic salt is right..I used 1 Tablespoon when making it, and it was overwhelming. When I looked up the identical recipe on allrecipes.com, it said a "pinch" of garlic pepper. Either way, thanks for passing on this recipe Kelly!

Brandy said...

Just happened to click over here from your blog and I am so excited that this recipe was here! I am going to make it tonight! It is a rainy day here and I was looking for something to make that I had all of the ingredients for!Jackpot! Thanks!

cookies and cups said...

Sounds great! I am not a mayo fan, so maybe could try it with sour cream or cream of chicken soup?
Love easy recipes!

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

This is my favorite artichoke dip~ with chicken.
Brilliant!

Allisyn said...

I'm going to try out your recipe this weekend...thanks for sharing

Rebecca said...

I just made this last week & my husband LOVED it. Thanks for sharing!

Susan Murphy said...

I've made this twice now. It's fantastic! The second time (last night) I used super-thin cutlets instead of the breasts. We really enjoyed that since the parmy top part is our favorite. :-)

Jessica said...

Made this for dinner tonite and it was so YUMMY and so easy!!! Even my kiddo's liked it. Thank you so much for sharing!! I'm tyring the poppyseed chicken tomorrow nite!

Laurie said...

I made this tonight and we loved it! I waited until my husband tasted it and said he liked it before I told him it had artichokes in it. Going to try poppy seed chicken next week.

Mama Llama said...

made it a few weeks ago with as recipe stated (but with only a pinhch or 2 of the garlic powder) Served over noodles. Husband gave a thumbs up!

Served tonight, but added spinach (about 2/3 box thawed and drained) and a little more mayo. Not as creamy and saucy. Maybe hsould have added even more mayo. But it was SO yummy. I was going to serve over egg noodles, but when I saw it was thicker and not saucy, I added a spaghettic sauce to the noodles. It was a great side to the spinach/artichoke chicken.

Husband REALLY loved it tonight! just wanted to FYI for all those wondering baout adding spinach...it was a hit!

Slow-Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup said...

What a delicious recipe. I love your all recipes.