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Bekah's Italian Chicken RECIPE

Hub-UK first came into existence back in May 2000. Seems a long time ago now!

Back then the internet was a very different place with much more of an amateur feel to it. In a lot of ways it was a pleasanter and more friendly place to hang out. For those of us interested in food and cooking it was a great opportunity to chat and share ideas with people living in other parts of the world.

It was also a time when everyone involved in cooking, whether they were just a keen amateur, a busy mum, a grandmother with a lifetime of kitchen experience or a professional chef just starting a career in the kitchen or one who was an old hand working at the stove, was happy to share recipes so others could enjoy them.

A lot of the details of who contributed the recipe, or the history of the recipe, have either become blurred or disappeared over the years but the recipes are still worthwhile either in their own right or for the inspiration they might give.


1 - 2 pieces of Chicken per person
Tomato sauce (enough to just cover the top side of the chicken)
Italian spices (I use the already mixed kind that comes in a bottle)
Mozzarella cheese - sliced or shredded (enough to cover ¾ the top side of the chicken)
Olive oil

  • The day before mix seasonings into tomato sauce to taste. Let sit covered in fridge until ready to add to chicken.
  • Check sauce about 4 hours before use to make sure that seasonings are right. (Or if you want to be lazy, you can use canned spaghetti sauce. Just be sure not to get the kind that's chunky or has meat.)
  • Bake chicken in covered dish (350ºF) until just turning brown. This is usually about 35 minutes.
  • Chicken should be done, but pierce with fork to be sure.
  • When chicken is done, just cover the top with the seasoned sauce and top with cheese.
  • Return to oven until cheese is melted and beginning to brown.
  • This is very good served with tossed salad, Italian green beans, and garlic bread.

Rebecca Moore