I really enjoyed this dish. I added a twist. I added 3 finely chopped habanero Peppers and a bit of white wine. The sweet and the hot was great. It got warmer as the meal went on...Nice
Wonderful flavor and so easy to do. I used Apricot flavored Balsamic Vinegar. Even my DH who is not a fan liked this dish a lot. Since there was no amount or place to add I choose to omit the salt. I will be making this dish many more times.
Love this way of preparing chicken thighs. I like to caramelize my onions for quite a bit longer than suggested, an extra 10-15 min. I also add extra balsamic. I like to serve it with couscous or quinoa and roasted broccoli. Thanks for a great, inexpensive staple.
Absolutely fabulous!! I didn't use the parsley, and I forgot the last teaspoon of balsamic, but it was still fabulous. I used thighs with bones. So after done cooking, I took the meat off hte bones and stirred it into the relish. Then I mixed this sauce with the "Lemon Pasta Lemon Pasta".. I used all the juice of a lemon accidently, and I made sure the lemon juice boiled for 30 seconds before whisking in the half and half so it wouldn't curdle. After mixing up the lemon pasta, I poured the Chicken sweet onion balsamic relish over it and stirred it and it was amazing! The sweetness of the chicken helped balance out the tartness of the lemon juice. I loved this. Thank you! UPDATE: Have made this several times. I usually serve with rice. We dont' eat a lot of meat but my kids love this one! They even eat the onions!
Very tasty and easy to do!
Great recipe...I was surprised how much sauce I ended up with....we really liked this.
Thanks for this yummy recipe! I used a large yellow onion, boneless skinless chicken thighs, and forgot the salt & parsley - it still turned out great. This dish will be served in our house many more times!
We LOVED this!! Very easy to make, and YUMMY!! My hubby rated this an 8.5, which is a HUGE compliment! Thanks so much for sharing~~will definitely be making again! :O)
Very easy to make & excellent! The onions were beautifully carmelized & the chicken was moist & delicious. I thought the Balsamic (sauce) may be too sweet - but was pleasantly surprised - definately recommend!
This recipe is a winner! When the meat was cooked, I reduced the sauce over a higher heat - everybody loved it!