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This is great! I used 4 large skinless split breasts. I also used 2 cans of artichoke hearts instead of one and I cut each in half so the juice would soak in better. Didn't have parsley, still great without it. Used a 2004 Montes Chardonnay Reserve so I was very pleased with the result! I did cut back the salt to 1/2 tsp and next time I will leave it out completely because the salt from the soup is enough.
This was very tasty; very rich and creamy, despite being a relatively healthy recipe. I used boneless skinless chicken breasts and sauted them for 10 minutes; I then only had to cook in the oven for 20 minutes until they were perfect. Served with long grain wild rice and it was very well recieved!
After sampling so many contest recipes these last few weeks, I decided to substitute sliced pork tenderloin in this recipe for a change of pace. Otherwise I followed the instructions. DH & I both really liked this recipe. The sauce is terrific and has a great flavor. It is very rich golden mushroom style of sauce and the meat is very tender. I will prepare this again, but probably stay with a boneless meat. Adding the artichoke hearts, green onions, and parsley add color and another wow to this recipe. Great job!!
Prepared this using skin-on/bone-in "thunder thighs" and baked for 90 minutes. Sauce was a tad thin, so would cut back on water next time. Love the flavor artichokes give -- will make this again. Thanks for posting, JustaQT.
Excellent recipe! I cooked this for my wife's women's club, and they all raved about it. Eleven women can't be wrong!
What a great dish with loads of flavors. We enjoyed every bite of this one! Can't wait to make it for my friends. They will be so impressed. Goes great with rice so you can pour the juices over it. Yummy! Thanks!
OMG This is so good! I cannot wait to make it again!
Very yummy! I used 2 large chicken breasts, cut into 8 pieces. I also used crimini mushrooms,sage instead of tarragon, and half the artichokes and onions. I loved the artichokes in the sauce. I served with yellow rice, green beans, and Texas toast. Would also be great over pasta. Great recipe, thank-you.