Fantastic!!!! I eat the Chicken Bryan every time I go to Carrabba's ans this is the best recipe for one I can make at home. So amazing!
This recipe tastes exactly like Carrabbas chicken bryan. I've made it at least ten times and my family and I enjoy it very much! I actually put pasta noodles under my chicken instead of having a side.
I cooked this for four of my friends and it came out AMAZING!! It was exactly like Carrabba's! I'm an amateur college cook and had not ever cook with wine. So if you're like me, I suggest using a Very Dry Sherry wine. The sauce was great!
Excellent. I used half the amount of sun dried tomatoes--which was plenty. Full amount would've been too much.
Cut butter in half but otherwise followed recipe. Delicious. I get this at Carraba's & this is just as good.
Absolutely wonderful! I almost couldn't tell the difference between what I made and actually paying $18 a plate at Carraba's. The amount of sun dried tomatoes called for were a bit much for my taste so I only use 1/2c. (if your store carries smoked sun dried tomatoes that was also a fantastic add.), and I double the basil. Love the chicken really saucy so I double the sauce as well. This dish is always a big hit with the hubby and kids!
I get the chicken bryan every time i go to carrabbas and this recipe tasted just like the original!!!!
Thanks sooo much we loved it!!!
This was a pleasure not only for my taste buds, but my nose as well; my mouth and the mouths of my guests were watering the entire time the topping simmered on the stove. Unbelieveable flavor, the lemon juice and white wine really paired harmoniously with the sundried tomatoes and goat cheese.
The chicken breasts at Carabas,I understand are marinated first before you grill them so they can come out juicy.So I think I will make a marinade using the white wine,lemon,garlic,some fennel,kosher salt and pepper,and marinade my chicken breasts all night.Then I will grill them and follow with the rest of the recipe.I think this is an important step that everybody is missing.
Excellent recipe, thanks for posting.