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Yummo for dinner... a real winner!!! This was a great way to use up some of the B/S chicken breasts that hubby brought home a month ago (they've been wallowing in the freezer forever). I wasn't sure what "natural" yogurt was, so I used plain old, regular yogurt (not Greek, or anything out of the norm). It was truly delightful! P.S. My alterations were that I cut down the sugar to 2 TBLs. I used "Russet" potatoes for the mash (and they were fine), and I used "scallions", rather than "spring onions" (I know that there is a slight difference, but I couldn't find them in the grocery store). Thanks for posting. (Made for PRMR)<br/>P.S. It may be helpful for others to know the difference between "tomato puree", "tomato concentrate" and "tomato sauce"... Thanks again, hun! :)
Very quick and easy with a good balsamic flavor. Made with 3 b/s chicken breasts so there W's extra sauce, and used Yukon gold potatoes. Made for 123Hits.
This is definitely a great new way for us to enjoy chicken breasts, something we have several times a week at least! The only thing I changed was to leave the potatoes unpeeled, but chopped them up quite small! Thanks for posting this wonderful recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Zaar Stars tag]
we really enjoyed this chicken! the flavors were strong but not overpowering and the chicken was beautifully moist and tender. the mash was a little dry, but a splash of skim milk fixed that and still kept the fat and calories low. definitely a keeper!
Only made the chicken, but this is a great simple chicken recipe. The chicken came out very moist.
I made this tonight for dinner. It's not easy to find Spring Onions for the recipe, so I substituted. Also, I had to buy a huge can of tomato puree for just 1 tblsp. I did enjoy the taste and flavors but am doubtful I'll make it again. My DH is cleaning up and feels it was a lot of pans and equipment to get this done. I added more butter and yogurt to moisten the potatoes. I served with green beans.
I made this dish to stash away as freezer meals and have held off reviewing it till we had eaten it after thawing one of the meals. An ideal recipe for this purpose (simply thaw in the fridge overnight; then re-heat in the microwave), so next time I make this I will most likely double the recipe. I had no problems with the potatoes being dry, probably because I rarely measure my ingredients exactly and just add a bit more moisture when and where it's needed without really thinking twice about it. Loved both the potato mash (I used my favourite creamy Greek yoghurt) and the very flavoursome chicken. Certainly a recipe for lovers of balsamic vinegar! Thanks for sharing another super recipe, Noo! Made for Zaar Stars Tag.
My bf commented more than once how much he enjoyed the chicken- so definite 5 stars. I used bone in skinless chicken thighs so I finished them off in the oven. DBF also forgot to buy potatoes from the market so I served it with rice-YUM!
Followed the recipe exactly, but the chicken did not seem to hold much of the flavor from the glaze. Very disappointed with the chicken. Potatoes were pretty good, but if I made them again, I think I would add milk instead of the yogurt.
The Spring Onion Mash potatoes were a hit. However, the chicken wasn't great. It was bland and had little flavor.