Total Time
20mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

Quick take on an old classic with a "lite" touch. I also make this with a tablespoon of ketchup and a tablespoon of honey and a couple of bay leaves. Add with the other ingredients. I tried it with pork as well. Original recipe calls for a toasted bread crumb topping. I've also tried it with garlic croutons but the wife says it dries it out.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Stir occasionaly as you add the ingredients
  2. Heat chicken broth in pan on medium.
  3. Add onions to pan, cook until soft but not brown.
  4. Cut chicken into pieces and add to pan as you cut.
  5. Cut kielbasa into slices and add to pan as yo cut.
  6. Add Garlic to pan.
  7. Add water and wine to pan.
  8. Add rosemary, thyme and pepper to pan.
  9. Reduce liquid by half.
  10. Add beans
  11. Heat through or until chicken is cooked through.
Most Helpful

5 5

This recipe is delicious! I came across it when looking for a food to provide for my daughters French food week. I was specifically looking for something that included foods I already had on hand, and this fit the bill perfectly. I did substitute the kielbasa with hot italian sausage that I took out of the casing and made small meatballs with and I use boneless chicken breast specifically. It is so good with some crusty bread and a small salad. Dare I say the perfect meal! French peasant food is one of my favorites.