Recipe of the Day: Giada’s Italian Baked Chicken and Pastina | Food Network

Recipe of the Day: Giada’s Italian Baked Chicken and Pastina | Food Network


39 thoughts on “Recipe of the Day: Giada’s Italian Baked Chicken and Pastina | Food Network”

  1. Made the adult version of this by adding more chicken, 3x the garlic, more herbs including oregano and basil, as well as some crushed red pepper flakes. Make sure to salt your water well, and use extra salt if you have cooked a lot of pasta to avoid blandness.

  2. I love watching her cook, but I can’t stand her switching between English and that Italian accent.
    “Now we add the MOZZarELLLLLaaaa”. 😂🤦🏻‍♂️

  3. Pasta, chicken, garlic in the same dish…. And canned tomatos directy on the dish?! This is not an Italian recipe… It's a disgusting mess.

  4. Looks good. But why do you leave so much stuff behind? You didn't put all the onion to the pan, but left pieces on the cutting board. Then you left a lot of the fried onion to the pan. I don't like wasting. That fact alone doesn't convince me about someone being a good cook.

  5. As much as I love Giada a lot of her recipes are bland and kinda disgusting like the random canned tomatoes in this dish. I like to take her recipes as a base and then make them my own way.

  6. Pastiina is vey very small pasta shape like little stars… elbow macaroni is not pastina or anything else that is that size.

  7. This is not an ITALIAN RECIPE. IF YOU DO THIS "Pastina and chicken" IN ITALY SOMEBODY WILL KILL YOU.

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