This was so easy and really delicious. To finish the dish, I removed the thighs, pulled the meat, returned it to the sauce and then added 1/2 lb of cooked pappardelle noodles- was a huge hit. Thanks for posting!
I used what we call a Maryland cut (thigh and leg intact) and cooked the full recipe, the chicken was fall off the bone after 60 minutes so put it on a plate and covered with alfroil to keep warm while I boiled the sauce down a little to thicken and served the lot over pasta for a delicious dinner but had a :oops: moment after I took the firt lot of photos and realized I had not mixed in the parsley mix so sprinkled on top and re-photographed.. Thank you Chef #367022 homebody, made for Help A Naked Recipe Photo forum special event.
This was awesome! I did have to add a pinch of salt to the sauce but otherwise kept the same. I really enjoyed the lemon zest and parsley, it added a nice brightness to the dish. I served over mashed potatoes with lots of sweet rolls to mop up the sauce :) I will most definitely be making this again and again. Thanks for posting this winner!
This smelled fabulous while it was cooking. I tasted it and it was just wonderful. However, I would leave out the lemon. I put in about 1/4 tsp. of lemon zest from my microplane and the lemon was a turnoff for us. I don't usually like citrus in my food, unless we are going for Picatta or real lemon chicken. My husband doesn't mind it, but he didn't like it in this. Without the lemon, it was wonderful!
Yummy, yummy, yummy! Other than doubling the sauce ingredients, I made this exactly as written. Served the sauce over corkscrew pasta. Also served a side of green beans in olive oil, garlic and parmesean cheese. Rave reviews by all. We'll be having this again SOON! Thank you for posting!
My husband and I loved this. Very, very tasty. I eliminated the last part w/the parsley, zest and garlic and it still tasted great. Very nice to do all in one pan too.
This was very very good...reminded me of a stew almost....I did make extra sauce and put it over noodles...great comfort food...
This was good and was a nice change from the usual chicken recipes I've made. When my husband asked what it was called and I told him chicken osso bucco his response was "it's chicken, but NOT osso bucco"! Followed the recipe exactly as written.
Delicious on a rainy day. Don't skip out the final three ingredients as they make all the difference.
Amazing flavor! This is definitely going to be put in our regular rotation. I had run out of carrots (which is very strange for our house) so instead added an extra stalk of celery. I followed the rest of the recipe exactly. I can't say enough about how much we all loved this recipe.