Love this recipe- I use Wine in place of the water, AMAZING! I also throw in roasted peppers when I don't have onions- I have served it with rice, egg noodles and mashed potatoes, we have this about once a week and it is a winner!
This was a delicious recipe! I used chicken stock in place of the water but other than that we all loved it and I will be making it again. Thanks
5+stars! Realy easy and SOOO tasty. I did dabble with the recipe just a bit.... I doubled the amount of chicken, added a touch of flour after I sauted the onions and used chicken broth in place of the water. This dish was so great, we loved it, and I plan on making it again this w/e. Thanks!
Darn, I thought I'd be able to post this recipe. :) It's delicious and so easy to make. I used gluten free flour and had oil-packed artichokes so used the oil from that instead of olive oil. I also used 400 gm stirfry chicken instead of breast. This made more servings possible. I served it with corn spiral pasta. Everyone loved it.
simple and wonderful dish. i love artichokes and this is a great way to include them in yet another meal! so much flavor and taste. thank you for this one.
This is an AWESOME dish! I've made it twice so far (tripling the recipe because you'll want "planned overs!")and waited to review it because the artichokes I got the first time were not a good quality. I bought artichoke bottoms the second time around and it's fab! I decided to serve this with a little pasta so I cooked about 6 oz(for triple recipe) of bowtie pasta drained it and drizzled a tiny bit of olive oil on it to keep it from sticking. Since I was adding a starch I omitted the flour on the chicken breasts and used the brine from the artichokes instead of water. I added the pasta at step 9 and put the chicken breasts on the top (I like everything SCALDING per my wonderful DH) He'll eat just about anything I put in front of him but VERY rarely does he say 5 stars! Thank You Dojemi for posting this wonderful recipe.
I made this for DH and I and we both LOVED it! I served it with baked squash and zucchini (with a bit of butter and parm. cheese). This recipe is so tasty. Filling, yet not heavy. I will be making this many times again. Thank you!
Very nice and not difficult if you are organized, especially if you choose to make the couscous, as there is a lot that happens all at the same time. I made enough for 4 portions, and no problem with quadrupling the recipe. Would be a nice company dish, fairly light too.