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This was a quick and easy weekday chicken dish. I followed the recipe as written however at the end after adding the vinegar I lowered the heat and let the chicken simmer in the sauce for about 20 minutes. Very tender. Served this to my mother and husband. Both were impressed. I would definitely make this again.
Sorry, this didn't turn out well. Maybe there are different kinds of balsamic vinegar. It was way too strong.
Only made two and wish I would have made more as it is so good. Served with Creamy Italian Orzo (153994) Will make these all the time.
Made this with onions instead of shallots. It was good and we'd definately make it again. There are just other chicken thigh recipes we prefer.
I was skeptical going into this recipe. So simple and easy to make. And I was very concerned about the acidity of the balsamic as well. I took one little precaution and added two tsp of brown sugar to the balsamic before adding it to the chicken. I also mixed a bit of garlic powder in with the salt and pepper as recommended by a few reviewers. Other than that I followed the recipe to a tee and was SO impressed. Definitely a keeper. I'd even recommend adding a bit more balsamic and simmering it down a little longer, turning the chicken thighs a few times in it to ensure they're coated well. And in my opinion - do NOT substitute onions for shallots. I'm no food snob, but shallots are far more delicate and really take this dish to the next level. Thanks Mickie49!
VERY good! If one uses high quality chicken thighs, this recipe and method is spot on. The quality of the balsamic vinegar also makes a big difference! I had no idea until I tried this recipe, though. Thank you!
Really enjoyed and very easy to make. Onions would work just as we'll as shallots and save a little money. Doubled the sauce and served with seven grain pilaf. Reallyngood
Best recipe I found on this site. Easy and flavorful. Kids love it. I make it often.