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Sunday Dinner with Ragu

Sunday is more than just a day of the week, it’s a time when the family comes together to have a meal and enjoy the company of one another. During the week it can be kind of hectic but the one thing that is consistent is sitting down to a meal on a Sunday afternoon. This is one of our traditions as it has been a norm for our family through generations. We learn from each other, support one another and its our way of connecting on a personal level before that start of a new week. This Sunday, we are enjoying our Sunday Dinner with RaguSunday Dinner with Ragu

Ragu has been a staple in my home for as long as I can remember. In fact, I can’t even tell you the number of times my brothers and I had my mom’s famous spaghetti. Just as much as Ragu has been a staple in my home, this has been the same for many others as well.

In honor of #simmeredintradition, and the Super Bowl, I prepared a bunch of goodies, AND another one of my childhood favorites. When we were little, my brothers and I couldn’t get enough of mom’s Chicken Parmesan. It was so simple, but you’d think she’d spent hours on it as much as we raved about it.

While I love my mom’s Chicken Parmesan, over the years I’ve added a new ingredient, “sausage”!! It’s funny how traditions evolve and change with the taste of each person.

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There are many ways to prepare Chicken Parmesan, but the easy way is to season and sear chicken breast in a pan and then transfer it to a baking pan to finish cooking in the oven. Cover with Ragu sauce and cook an additional 10-15 minutes. Add Mozzarella and return to the oven long enough to melt the cheese. Viola!! It’s done.

Finish the dish by adding it to a bed of spinach or noodles or rice. You won’t regret it! I can tell you that I don’t. This has been one of my favorite Sundays.

What’s your family tradition with Ragu? Browse the Ragu homepage to see their delicious featured recipes and learn about their traditions here.

 

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    Lydia @ Lydi Out Loud
    February 8, 2016 at 5:32 pm

    That sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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