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Chicken Marsala
I use the same recipe and it is great. I soak the chicken first in buttermilk for about 2 hours, pat the chicken with paper towels to remove the buttermilk and then put the chicken in the flower mixture. After browning the chicken breast, I then add the mushrooms and Marsala wine and simer everything for about an hour until the sauce thickens up. If it gets too thick, just add a little chicken stock to the sauce. I also never pound the chicken breast flat - I have nothing against the chicken breast; why pound it.

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Reviewed On: May 12, 2013
Grands!(R) Monkey Bread
This recipe is ok but the dough does not always cook completely in the time of the directiosn. What I do is take small canning jars for my baking container, take the biscuit from the can and cut them into forths, coat the one forth biscuit in the sugar mixture, place 5 pieces of dow into one canning jar, pour the carmel mixture over the biscuit and bake for about 25 minutes. Turn the canning jar upside down on a piece of wax paper and let sit for a couple minutes. What you now have are individual servings of monkey bread. If cooking for 2 like I am, I will purchase one can containing 5 biscuits giving me a 2 day supply of monkey bread. Just reduce the other ingredients for a one can batch of monkey bread.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 27, 2013

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