THis was great! I seared the thighs in a littel olive oil before I threw the onions in the pan and it made the final product kind of crispy on the outside. I didn't try it the other way but I would make it this way 100 more times! Thanks for the great recipe Bansidhe...
First I have to say this dish was really good! Next time I make this, I am going to sear the thighs first in a little olive oil on high heat so they have a darker, and crispier outside. I really loved how all the onions cooked down, and while the balsalmic vinegar smelled a bit strong while cooking, it was delicious when it was done. I didn't have any marjoram, so I used thyme instead. I think there would be a lot of different spice variations you could use! This is a easy, economical recipe that leaves you a lot of time to cook other things or do dishes while it simmers on low. Very good with fluffy white rice and the sauce poured over it!
Great flavor and easy prep make for a 5 star rating. I might brown the chicken first before adding it to the sauce.
I used bone in thigh fillets for this recipe and they worked fine..just cooked a few minutes longer. The flavours were good and we all enjoyed. Great family dinner, cheers. :)
This was my first attempt to cook with balsamic vinegar other than in salads. We liked the combination of the onions and sauce and followed the directions. This is a nice change from all my other chicken recipes. Thanks, Carole in Orlando
This was a very tasty and tender chicken dish. For some reason, my onions seemed to disintegrate, so I will slice them thicker next time. Also, my sauce didn't thicken as much as I would have liked, but maybe my chicken was extra juicy. This would be wonderful served over rice. Thanks for sharing!
Very good. The sauce was excellent.
Yummy! Such deep flavors with so few (need I mention usually-on-the-shelf) ingredients! Thank you so much. This was delicious just as written.
Excellent flavors, so very easy to prepare as an added bonus. I used vanilla balsamic in place of regular (I have several different flavors) added a nice touch. Took a couple other reviewers suggestion to brown the chicken prior to putting the onions on to saute. Thank you for posting this go to recipe for my family in the future Bansidhe.
First time I've made a very seasoned chicken dish. I wasn't exact with the ingredients (e.g., used balsamic vinagriette instead of vinegar and Mrs. Dash instead of marjoram), and it still turned out pretty good.