Completely in love with this dish!! I cut it down to two servings. Butterflied two breasts, so they were quite thin. I'll admit that I did not measure anything, but I used all of the ingredients. I think an addition of garlic to the onion/mushroom mixture would be advisable, but it was good as is. My chicken didn't need anywhere *near* 40 minutes in the oven...it was practically done after the browning, so I cooked it for about 10 minutes, added the Gruyere (one of my favorite cheeses and not nearly expensive where I live as some others have mentioned) and cooked it for about four more minutes, until the cheese was melted. Served with asparagus and a salad, it was a lovely Sunday evening supper and I have two pieces left for lunch. Do give this a try...even if you pay $10 for the cheese, it's worth it.
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Completely in love with this dish!! I cut it down to two servings. Butterflied two breasts, so...