"An elegant, easy-to-make chicken dish bursting with flavors of sun dried tomatoes and creamy white wine sauce. My husband calls it the classiest meal I serve because it's exactly like what you order in a fancy restaurant! Very low in fat and calories, and it only takes 1/2 hour from start to finish. Pairs nicely with roasted baby potatoes and steamed broccoli." — MONICA DEREGT
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boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
salt and pepper to taste
butter or margarine
dry white wine
fat-free chicken broth
zucchini cut in half lengthwise, then sliced diagonally
sun-dried tomatoes, chopped
fat-free sour cream
This was so good and so easy!!! I was low on white wine, so I added some red wine and I used regular sour cream. I would also recommend putting the tomatoes in warm water to let them soften, like others have said It truly makes a difference and ADD MORE! Next time I will cut the chicken into bite size pieces, so they can truly absorb the sauce. Thanks!
This was a good recipe although I think I will alter it somewhat next time. I too plan to add onions, fresh sliced mushrooms and a tad more garlic. We served over rice and enjoyed. Interesting blend of tastes.
I made it exactly as described and it was delish! Dill & dijon gives a nice zing; chicken was tender and moist. I used bottled sundried tomatoes in olive oil which i'm sure didn't hurt the flavor any.
Easy dish and always a hit. Took the advice of another reader and soaked the tomatoes in water. I've added bell peppers or broccoli, lots of mushrooms and have experimented with other veggie combos. Served this over asparagus-zuchinni rice from this website and was definitely a memorable meal that has been requested more than once.
The sauce in this is delicious! I didn't add any sour cream since I didn't have any, and because of what some other reviewers have said. I also didn't have sundried tomatoes, so I added mushrooms instead. It came out perfect! The mustard and dill flavours work so well together! I think in the future i'll experiment with different vegetables.
I have gotten great reviews on this dish every time I've made it! I love this recipe :). The only change I make is to add artichoke hearts.
It took more than 30 minutes to prepare, although this was the first time I made it and once you know what you are doing, it always goes faster! Do NOT leave out the sour cream, in fact I added a little more and the mustard added such a delightful little zing! Husband dislikes zucchini but he said he'd rate it a 4 and would eat it again. Did notice he left some of the sun dried tomatoes on the plate...I would give it a 5 if it was just up to me. Very pretty but serve on linquini or rice to soak up the yummy sauce.
Tasty and looks great on the plate. The flavor is similar to a classy chicken stroganoff. It was really easy to throw together and everyone got seconds. That makes it 5 stars in my book!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 78
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