Grilled chicken in the summer can’t be beat. It’s quick, it’s easy. But, quick and easy doesn’t mean boring here. The flavorful salsa adds depth to this simple dish; sun-dried tomatoes make a nice counterpoint to the fresh red and yellow cherry tomatoes you pick up at the market or grab from your own garden.
Serve with Brown Butter Summer Squash Linguine to keep things easy and fresh.
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I have been making this since it was first printed in Fine Cooking, several years. It is a healthy, tasty, easy go to recipe that everyone loves. I use very good EVOO and Sherry vinegar and many more tomatoes than suggested.
Quite plain and bland.
Made this recipe several times for my picky children and husband. Everyone loved it. Have even substituted fish for the chicken to rave reviews.
One of the best minimalist meals ever. Cooked exactly as it said it would. Love the fresh taste. If you have a Trader Joe's near you, they have heirloom grape tomatoes that work perfect with this. As we hate it and said how great it was, we kept thinking of things that would improve it. Chopped fresh basil, kalmata olives, marinated artichoke hearts. Pretty much anything you have in the refrig or the pantry.
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