Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 40 min.
I give this base recipe 3 stars. It absolutely has the potential for a 5 star rating if you’re not afraid to add to recipes. Personally I use internet recipes like this as a base idea. With this recipe I seasoned my chicken with Pizza Magic, salt and pepper. With the gravy I used white wine and chicken broth but added tomato purée and tomato paste along with adding fresh garlic and herbs. To take it further I built the dish with cooked noodles on the bottom. Added chicken, mushrooms, and artichokes. Pour in the now tomato cream gravy and top with fresh mozzarella.
I made this exactly as the recipe called for. Substituted nothing. It was just awful. My husband hated it. To salvage something, I scraped off the gravy, mushrooms and artichoke hearts. Dipped the chicken in butter, rolled it in panko and reheated. I definitely don't like this recipe.
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I agree with another reviewer that the recipe as written is only about three stars. I took the advice of some others and it came out pretty good but I will add a few additional tweaks next time. I doubled the gravy, which I can't imagine what it would have been like if I hadn't (it needed it). I also doubled the mushrooms, because, well, I love mushrooms. I added a squirt of lemon juice to the gravy. I added some whole, peeled garlic cloves. I was thinking 40 minutes in the oven would be enough to roast them. It wasn't quite there, but they were soft and slightly tamed, so we liked it. The dish definitely needs the addition of some garlic though, however you want to add it (minced or previously roasted whole cloves). It needed a bit of a kick, so I added some cracked red pepper to mine after serving. My husband added garlic salt to his (which I didn't really think it needed, it was plenty salty). Next time I'll add some sun-dried tomatoes. Since the recipe makes 8 servings, and it's just me and my husband. I actually made the whole recipe and cooked half in an 8-in square dish and put the other half in the same size dish into the freezer. We'll see how it does when I cook the second batch.
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I cooked in skillet with minced onion and mushroom sprinkle from trader Joe's and the seasoning really made the dish tasty
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My 3-star rating applies ONLY to the recipe as written -- I give this an enthusiastic FIVE STARS once you add crushed garlic (fwiw: Trader Joe's frozen cubes are E-A-S-Y), some drained capers (large or small), as well as sliced sun-dried tomatoes in oil.
The flavors of this remind me of good holiday eatin!
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