Thank you very much for the fantastic recipe. It is unbelievably easy. I added mushrooms and carrots. Both my children love it a lot. It is definitely a dish I can proudly serve to guests.
A very tasty dish that my DH enjoy it much. I put it in a warm oven to keep it warm for 15-20 minutes while I am dealing with the stir-fry beans. It seems the slow cooking helps to favour the chicken even more while keeping it tender and juicy. Thank Littleturtle for sharing.
Terrific recipe! I loved this dish. Tasted great served with grilled potatoes, a mixed greens salad, and a baguette. I browned up some chicken leg quarters because that's what I had on hand, and I added a 12-oz package of sliced mushrooms into the mix. Reminds me a bit of coq au vin but easier, and the Spanish olives add a great salty note to a very tasty dish. Thanks!
This recipe is the best! I had to bulk it up a bit because I had last minute dinner guests, so I put some tomato puree in it, and I ended up being lazy and putting it in a pyrex dish, covering with foil and shoving it in the oven for an hour! The chicken was so tender and juicy and the mix of olives, herbs and red wine was amazing - to the point where my chef friend asked for the recipe! Good one!!!