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Ellen's Chicken Cacciatore
This is so good you may have to stop yourself from licking the plate. Whatever you do, don't leave out or substitute the OJ, wine or rosemary. Ellen's right about the mix forming the character if the dish. That said, I did take another reviewers recommendation to cut the rosemary in half, and that was perfect for my tastes. It worked great with boneless chicken breasts and they were falling apart tender. I decided to add just a small roux at the last minute to bind the sauce, but it didn't really need it.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 10, 2014
Holiday Chicken Salad
Seconds please! This is a fabulous festive dish but it's too good for just the holidays. It's perfect for a refreshing summer meal and since it comes together in no time it's great for busy weeknights. This deceptively simple recipe stands out because it's just a good balance of flavors. And did I mention how darn easy this was? I boiled thinly-sliced chicken breasts and by the time I cut the veggies and mixed the rest it was practically done. I don't think it needs to chill beforehand, but I'm not picky. To make it a little healthier I used low-sodium seasoning salt, light mayo and cut the mayo to half. It was on the dry side so if you aren't as concerned about calories I'd say add more, but it still was really delicious.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 9, 2013
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