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This was delicious . I made it for my 2 sons & I & we all agreed it was delicious
Pretty good. Could definitely use some salt. I marinated the chicken for an hour or so in the mixture. I was looking for a lower sodium meal, so this was perfect for that.
Delicious! I couldn't wait to try this after just smelling it cook! I loved it. A great quick meal.
We actually gave it a 4.5- although my husband loved it, he personally prefer creamier sauces. We added red onions and spinach to the dish with angel hair pasta.
nothing special, pretty disappointing. needs more flavor.
This was an awesome recipe. I used thin sliced chicken fillets and sliced 6 small portobello mushrooms. Instead of chicken broth, I used white wine, which really adds a lot to the dish. Make sure you use good balsamic vinegar. Thank you for posting your recipe. DH and I are dieting and this really fit the bill, diet or not!
I was hoping to like this more, as many other reviewers did. I felt it was lacking salt and needed more flavor. After tasting the mushroom topping, I added some sherry and also thickened the liquid with a bit of flour and water. Mine was not as appealing in color as the photos shown, being more on the gray side. I may give this another try, but will add salt and more garlic.
A GREAT combination of flavors! We loved this dish! Then on top of that it was quick and easy. Thanks!
Excellent! Was easy to cut down to make for just 1!
This is a nice recipe. I did not use the vegetable oil...just used some cooking spray as needed. I used a lot more garlic, which I sauteed in the pan at the beginning. Then I added my mushrooms (closer to 4 cups uncooked, since they cook down), and when they started being juicy, I pushed them to the edges of the pan and put my chicken in the middle, and then painted the dijon/balsamic mix on top. Then I sprinkled on the thyme at the end. I did not add the third T of balsamic. Since I had the extra mushroom, I probably needed a bit more saltiness overall, so next time I might add salt, although even better would be some capers or olives. I served this with steamed asparagus and brown rice. It was good to put the chicken/mushrooms partially on the rice so that the rice could soak up the flavorful juices. Thanks.