We enjoyed this chicken dish and served it with the roasted chile cilantro sauce. The sauce is very good. It is more like a salsa. However, it was hard to taste the goat cheese once the sauce was on the chicken. This was an easy dish to make and plated well. Thanks!
Delicious! Fairly easy to make and the Chile Cilantro Sauce goes perfectly with the taste of the goat cheese. definitely one of my favorte recipes!
WOW! Now it's my turn to write a near-manic review for this recipe. I made this recipe exact but added additional red-pepper flakes since we like the additional heat. I made the wine syyrup but also served the chicken with this AMAZING SAUCE! My DH called this dish "awesome" and ate 3 servings sopping up all the sauce with slices of rustic loaf. I have extra sauce and would love some ideas on what to do with the remaining sauce.
Made this with half the chicken and all the sauce per Shelly's near-manic review. She's right, the sauce is terrific. I served it with some freshly made French bread for sopping. I'm almost giddy with the possibilities for the leftovers. Oh, the chicken's nice, too. That goat cheese stuffing would be great for filling ravioli. Ouuuuuu - you could serve the pasta with the sauce - oh, my.
This is an elegant chicken dish with a tangy and robust filling -- definitely fit for company. I simply love its simplicity. But the crowning glory of this chicken dish is the sauce. OMG the sauce. I swear it tastes of guacamole without any avocado in it -- it is amazing that way. I found myself using the leftover sauce in various ways and it worked every single time and I've simply become a slave to the perfection that is this sauce. For example, I would tie my grandma's shoelaces together when she wasn't looking if it would help me get to the sauce before her -- I'm evil that way ;).