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Great recipe! I am not a cook, although I am slowly becoming one by trying all your great recipes...this one was easy and great! My husband loved it! The only thing I added was alittle cornstarch to thicken the sauce a bit...thank you so much!
Very good, my first chicken marsala was a success! The tomatoes/sauce felt creamy and melted in my mouth. Even my husband, who "doesn't like tomatoes" ate this up! Served with a side of fresh steamed green beans and brown rice. I made this for two servings and the cooking times were about 5-10 minutes less than written. I also pounded my breasts down to an even 1/2" so they would cook more evenly. This recipe is a keeper!
Excellant! For a good week meal I recommend this dish. I doubled the sauce. Would not change a thing. look forward to making again. Oh I forgot very easy.
As Rachael Ray would say - yummo! This was very easy to make. At first, I was not sure I wanted to be stuck with a whole bottle of marsala wine (not having had it before). I will be making this again and again so that wine will be put to good use! Thanks for sharing Lennie!
This is a very light and tasty dish. Exteremly easy to make. The only thing I did differently was to use roma tomatoes only because I couldn't find plumb tomatoes.
Oh my this was delicious! We love chicken marsala but this recipe was incredible. The presentation is also beautiful making it a "sophisticated" version of the traditional dish. I made a few minor additions to suit my family. I sprinkled the chicken breasts with Accent and Bart's mixed herbs before browning. I also added a pinch of Bart's mixed herb to the marsala sauce. I added (1) 4 oz. can of mushrooms and only had one tomato so I didn't anywhere near 2 cups that the recipe called for. And last, I didn't use the fresh parsley as garnish but, the dish didn't need it. :-) I served this over buttered egg noodles. This is absolutely the best!