Very nice! The lemon and garlic really bring out the flavor of the chicken. Will definitely be making this again. Thank you very much for sharing this lovely (and vampire preventing) recipe with us.
I'm 86.4% sure my New Year's resolution to diet is working. It's true because I've significantly cut back. That's a fact. Yes it is and I know it to be so because I cut this recipe in half. Half is half, right, even if I did eat it all in one sitting. Made for Alphabet Soup Tag.
I just made this tonight. I halved the recipe and it was enough for my family of three. It was worth the time to make in my opinion. There was a lot of liquid and I think that the amount of liquid I had would have been enough for 8 thighs. The thighs were nice and most. Flavor was on the zesty side as the lemon gave is a subtle kick and each bit had a nice garlic flavor. I served with a sweet potato and asparagus.
Didn't love it. Would have been muchbetter cooked in dutch oven. I added marscapone cheese to sauce to add body, but it was still way too thin. I reduced it down quite a bit by boiling, and it was "ok", at best. And even though I cooked for 1 hour 15 minutes, the flavors didn't penetrate meat enough. Again, might be a much better dish cooked low and slow in dutch oven.
This is delicious!! My family and I enjoy very much! The best comfort food ever!!
Delicious sauce was excellent over cous cous and roast vegetables. Family loved it.
I've made this dish many times, sometimes using more broth & flour in order to get more gravy. I've also used whole cut up chickens. It takes some time to make, but is soooooooo worth the effort! Thanks for bringing it to mind again. May have to make it tonight!