We loved this! I made 1/2 the recipe for the topping and 4 chicken breasts so my husband and I could have one each for Sunday dinner, and the rest was still awesome later on a busy week night when rewarmed in the microwave
This is great stuff. I have made it 5 or 6 times and marveled at every time. They use this same sauce on Filet Bryan. Awesome!
I had tried for years to make this at home...finally found the correct recipe. Just wonderful!
This deserves more stars! I've been to Carrabba's once on vacation and ordered the chicken bryan. I couldn't get it outta my head. So when I found your recipe I was so excited to share it with my family. They loved it as much as I do. Thank you so much for sharing this with us, its devine!
I have never heard of this dish, but I took a chance on it because of the great reviews. I made this for my boyfriend. He loved it and wants me to make this again for sure. I made this as written, except, not being a fan of goat cheese and not having any available, I used neufchatel cheese. Being that this was a new dish, he didn't have a comparison and so it was great to him. (I don't eat meat so had to depend on his review) I have some of the sun dried tomato sauce left over and plan to toss that with some pasta for a meal tomorrow. Thanks so much for posting.
I made a variation of this tonight. It was really good. I changed up the recipe based on what I had in the fridge and my time constraints... I started with a base of garlic (lots) and shallots (2 large) both diced in some butter with the raw chicken - cut up into bite size pieces. I cooked that till nearly done - then added the chopped sun dried tomatoes - maybe 1C plus 3 roma tomatoes plus the lemon and chicken broth (didn't want to open a bottle of wine for 2 chicken breasts)... Then cooked some pasta, used some of the pasta water in the sauce (to make it creamier) and then added the pasta (drained) plus a bit of the saved pasta water to the chicken / tomato mix. Then, added the goat cheese and a bit of Mozzarella I had in the house. Basil went in right at the end - and just to wilt ever so slightly. The dinner was quite delish. Thanks for posting!
This is the 3rd time I have made this. It is so easy and one of my favorites. Usually I make just like the recipe, last night I had to modify a bit but it was still incredible. Followed directions until it came time to grill the chicken, I added the chicken into the pan that I had the toppings,and sauted it until it was cooked through, it absorbed all of the flavors. I also added mushrooms, which also absorbed all of the flavors. Finished as usual. Easy and awesome!
Amazing. My wife is pregnant and for some reason is now sickened by the thought of eating beef/lamb/pork, so I tried this recipe while trying to stick with her "I can only eat chicken" mandate. This was amazing! We loved it! I have no advice to offer for improving the recipe, but wanted to tell anyone on the fence about making this recipe to DO IT! Take the plunge and enjoy this!
GREAT recipe! We didn't put as much sundried tomatoes in as the recipe called for, and we pan-fried the chicken as we don't have a barbeque grill, but it all turned out amazing. It's been some time since I last had Carrabba's Chicken Bryan as I no longer live near a restaurant, so I can't remember if this tastes exactly like it or not, but it definitely works as a beautiful substitute!