2 Meals from 1...Chicken Parmesan and Chicken Parmesan Pizza

I am OBESESSED with a versatile meal that can actually turn into 2 separate meals. I actually was not TRYING to make 2 meals, I first just wanted Chicken Parmesan then as the left overs were getting put into containers the idea of making a Chicken Parmesan Pizza popped in my head!

Here are the recipes...

The first recipe was from Tyler Florence for Chicken Parmesan but I tweaked it a little, since Jordan is eating primal we did not bread the chicken or serve it over pasta. It was AMAZING just the way it was.


You will need....
1/4 c olive oil
1 onion chopped
2 cloves minced garlic
1/2-1 cup of kalamata olives (it called for 1/2 but I used a full cup...I LOVE THEM)
2-28 oz cans of organic peeled tomatoes with basil
Package of sliced provolone cheese
Chicken Breasts- Jordan grilled ours since we did not bread and bake them so I just rubbed them with an italian seasoning and salt/pepper.

Saute the onion and garlic, add the olives, tomatoes and seasonings. Simmer. 
Coat the chicken with the sauce and cheese and ENJOY!!
**If you want to bread the chicken here is the original recipe**

On night two I made Chicken Parmesan Pizza...

You will need:
The leftovers from the night before
Pizza Crust...I LOVE to use Stonefire Garlic Flatbreads!
Preheat the oven to 400.
Coat the bread with the sauce and chicken (I used about 1 chicken breast for 2 flatbreads)
and cover with cheese. 
Bake until cheese is bubbly, about 10 minutes and ENJOY!

These both tasted amazing and were VERY easy to make! 
Do you have any meals that can double like this??
If so, fill me in!:)

xoxo




3 comments:

  1. omg i loved this. i'm going to try it tonight! not sure which one.. i think the pizza one will be the winner.. we'll see :)

    i'll let you know how it goes!

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  2. Smarty pants! I loooove making one meal into two or even three!

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  3. Yum! The pizza looks fantastic! So does the chicken parm, but I have my mind on pizza right now, haha!

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