Recipe by LILSIS9644
"Tasty chicken recipe with wine and herbs. Made with one pan for easy clean up. Serve with noodles (put cooked noodles in pan to soak up broth for 15 minutes), or make gravy (remove chicken and add cornstarch mixed with water to thicken) and serve with mashed potatoes."
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1 (4 pound)
chicken, cut into pieces
garlic powder to taste
fresh mushrooms, sliced
dry white wine
1 (10.5 ounce) can
This turned out well. I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts and they were good. Will make again because it was so easy. I think I will reduce the amount of herbs just a bit because they were a little strong. Thanks for the post.
This recipe is really nothing special. The chicken is pretty bland. What is remarkable is how unappetizing the chicken looks once cooked. The thyme and other spices leave the chicken with a green coating which, as my friend remarked, looks like something Tim Burton would create. I will not be making the Tim Burton Chicken again.
My family LOVED this. The all of the seasonings made a very tasty gravy, and the chicken was so tender. I used an oven roaster and did it in the oven. I skipped mixing the seasonings in a bowl...and just sprinkled them right onto the roaster to my hearts content, and then poured in the broth & wine (really not having a problem with overwhelming greenness). I also added potatoes & carrots in with the shrooms and onion. Good eats lilsis, and thanks!
I also used boneless chicken breast so it took less time to make. The herbs were fantastic I wouldn't change any of those. I'm giving it a 3 because the chicken had a scary white look to it that will affect presentation if that's important to you. Mostly though, I could tell something was missing from this recipe. It needed a kick of some sort. Next time I'll use some lemon seasoning or marinade to see if that helps.
this was great.....I think that with any cook you must season to taste and I did just that and it did not take away from the original recipe. IT WAS GREAT....added a lil chilly pepper in the pot while the chicken was browning
This turned out to be an excellent meal. As with any recipe you need to adjust the spices to your taste, which is why I started out with half the amount of spices and added more as I saw fit. I also did not get scary white or green chicken at all. The presentation was beautiful. I made this with wings and thighs, and the broth made an excellent gravy for rice. I do not recommend using wings, but a fleshier pieces if you go that route, like breasts or thighs. Thanks for sharing!
I cooked this for my boyfriend's family and they loved it! When I cooked the onions & mushrooms, I threw the chicken in with it which gave it GREAT flavoring. I served bowtie pasta with Bertolli alfredo sauce..which kinda drowned the wonderful flavor of the chicken. I reccomend eating with rice.
This chicken didn't taste very good. The herb flavor was way too strong and the chicken didn't look very appetizing. I am giving it a 3 because I can probably dice this and add it to a soup. It may dilute the strong herb flavor.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chicken and Herbs in White Wine
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 454
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