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I made this for dinner last night & it was amazing. I modified the recipe a big by using crushed tomatoes, anchovy paste & sliced black olives. Oh, I also sauted white onion before adding garlic & the tomato mix. I will definitely be making this again.
I made this tonight and everyone went crazy over it. Recipe shared with guests. I did make a couple of changes. I saw another recipe with onion and because I love onion I added it – sautéing until translucent before adding garlic. I upped the garlic a bit – we love that! Lastly, I cooked the chicken two minutes per side and when the entire dish was assembled I braised the chicken in a slow oven for an hour or so because we were having company and I wanted to be free from the kitchen. It worked wonderfully. Thank you for such a great recipe! Will be a favorite!
Jimi and I love this chicken dish! One of our faves. I use anchovy paste (about two teaspoons) instead of anchovies since I always have it on hand. It tastes great! We enjoy it often. Thanks again for a great recipe.
So good and very easy! Thanks for a great recipe!
This is really good. I halved the recipe and used crushed tomatoes. It was wonderful – and I’m not a huge fan of chicken breasts. You really do need the crusty bread to soak up that amazing sauce! Will definitely put this into my dinner rotation.
I just made this tonight to the letter and it was sensational. The anchovies really give the dish that welcomed salt and umami. Another win for Simply Recipes!
This was great (even without anchovies)!
Made this last night and loved it! Excellent recipe for boneless/skinless chicken breasts. My only change was to slice the breasts in half length-wise before searing. Looking forward to sandwiches made with slices of leftover chicken, sauce and provolone cheese heated under the broiler .
I love Puttanesca sauce. I first found it at a local Italian restaurant. Since I am allergic to mushrooms, I asked what Puttanesca sauce was … what were the ingredients. The waiter blushed, kind of hung his head, and mumble, ‘the naughty ladies.’
I am going have this version for dinner tomorrow night.
Can I use anchovy paste?
Yes, I think anchovy paste would be great! I’m not totally sure how much to substitute — start with 1 to 2 teaspoons and work up from there?