i took a copycat macaroni grill recipe and adapted it to have "carino's ingredients" (except for mushrooms, which i don't care for, but you could add them with the onions, if desired). my friends and i, who are all carino's chicken scallopini freaks loved this! hope you do, too!
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i used to get something like this at a restaurant but they stopped serving it, so i made it up myself! you could cook the onion and mushroom in the same pan as the chicken if you'd like, but its easier for me to cook them seperately.
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