okay- a few tweaks here wit this one. First of all, I sauteed the chicken just to brown the outside along with some onions. Also, the other reviews are correct in that the wine should be increased and the broth decreased. The person who added the cornstarch ran into the same problem I did in the end-so I also added a bit to thicken the sauce after cooking. Last, it does need some spicing up unless you like a more bland version. I added additional Italian seasoning, onion powder, salt and pepper. Next time, along with the Marsala wine I will add a little red house wine too. Anyway, what is cooking , but a big, fun experiment?
This was surprisingly good! My husband loved it, I doubled up on the liquids since we like alot of sauce.
I made this recipe! A gluten free version by using GF broth and GF Bob's Red all purpose flour and served it over GF Tinkyada linguini noodles. I also paid attention to a few reviews saying it was a bit blah in flavor so I doubled the Marsala, broth, butter and mushrooms...then added 3 minced garlic cloves and about a 1/2 tsp of onion powder! Wonderful!!!
Holy Moly.. this was good. However.. I improvise every recipe I make. I always google or look in books for several different variations of the same dish and put the ingredients and amounts I THINK.. will be tasty. Doesn't always pan out, but 90% of the time it's yummy for us that way. The only one out of my family of 5 who didn't love it was my 1 year old.. but she was tired and cranky and hates meat anyway. Even my 10 year old who hates mushrooms ate it (mushrooms removed from his gravy) so it was a hit! I added more chicken, more wine, broth, flour.. well more of everything, but in addition to the ingredients I added an onion, a couple gloves of garlic and some parsley. Oh! and about a 1/2 cup to cup of pinot grigio wine! YUM! Experiment with this.. it's definitely a good starter if you don't want to do the fry in a pan version! Enjoy. :)
I thought this was wonderful ! Quickly put together, & used a crock pot liner to make cleanup easier.
The Chicken, boneless, skinless Chicken Breasts, were fall apart tender, and I served over brown rice.
Hubby said this was for sure a keeper and I agree.
It was wonderful on a cold snowy winter's night !
It was so easy to make and was very delicious! I substituted thighs for breast though. I like the dark meat.
Awesome! I'm always looking for new crockpot ideas and this one is a keeper. The whole family really enjoyed it. I accidently opened a can of beef broth instead of chicken broth and decided to use it and see how it turned out. Worked great! Thanks for posting, Greeny!
This is not the same dish you would get making Chicken Marsala the traditional way; but it's very tasty in its own right and a good addition to the crock-pot repertoire. Easy to make and a notch above your average comfort food: we all enjoyed it. Made for PAC.
This one turned out great, and came home to a yummy smelling kitchen after a cool afternoon at the park. Made a few tweaks, since I wanted a creamy version. Follow the instructions, but added some heavy cream near the end, then had to mix in some corn starch to thicken everything up a bit. I added that in the last half hour, and cranked it up to high. The chicken fell apart, and we served it over basmati rice. It was delicious. I made an extra batch for the freezer, so we'll see how that one turns out.
This is super easy and really good. I used two thawed chick breasts, pinot grigio vice marsala (b/c it is what we had); kept the rest of the ingredients the same in quantity, and added dried onion flakes. I just mixed steps 2 and 3, oh and I seared the chicken before adding it to the crock pot