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Every single time we go to an Italian restaurant my family orders the exact same thing: Chicken Parmesan. It is always exactly the same. Two people share one dish of spaghetti, one chicken breast coated in red sauce and covered in melted cheese and then a side of 2 garlic rolls. I think it is pretty crazy honestly with all of the options on an Italian menu, but my dad especially absolutely loves it. He will never switch up his order and he never gets bored.
I recently was planning a family dinner and was wondering what in the world I should make my family. They are somewhat picky and with a family of eight, it has got to be something easy and totally do-able in a pinch. Most of the times when they come over it is after church so I do not normally get a lot of time between services and them coming over to cook. That is when I figured I would try a recipe for slow cooker garlic parmesan chicken. It is exactly what my family loves and yet at the same time, I barely have to do any prep. The ingredients are simple and the steps even simpler.
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Quick Tip: Use any type of pasta you’d like for this dish.