Our teenage son is not into food like Kent and I are, so when he says something is good, you know it’s reeeeally good. We ate at Ruby Tuesdays once (not our favorite place in the world, but it wasn’t bad!) and he raved about their Parmesan Chicken Pasta…
It’s basically a really tasty parmesan mac and cheese with a yummy drizzle of marinara sauce that complements it perfectly, and a crispy fried chicken breast on top.
So, YEP, I made my own much-better-for-you version at home, where I don’t have to wonder about what vegetable oils they used, what fake cheese is in there, or where the mystery-meat chicken came from. There are a few steps to this, but it’s worth it, and still doesn’t take too long to pull together.
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