I made this a long times ago but I guess I forgot to review it. I'm adding it to my passover list. It was very good, I used Mogen David Blackberry Wine, chicken thighs, and lots more onions. Yummy and easy.
My family and I liked this, and it had a great flavor, but the chicken and onions didn't brown. Instead, when I uncoverd the baking pan after 90 minutes, there was a LOT of liquid, which remained even after the 30 minutes more of baking. That turned out fine, because I poured the juices off into a saucepan and reduced and thickened them to serve over the chicken, but this step did make the recipe a little more timeconsuming than I expected. Maybe I should leave the cover off the pan altogether and just baste occasionally to get the browned chicken and crisp onions I was hoping for?
My family eats chicken every week, and I've got to say that this recipe that i made during Passover was a big hit with the family. The only thing I have to add is that I should have turned the chicken over when I took off the tin foil. Even though I poured the wine over the chicken the bottom of the chicken turned out sweeter than the top of the chicken. For this recipe I used white wine.
This is great 'pushed for time and no enthusiasm' recipe. Followed the instructions almost to a-Tee, but put the onions UNDER the chicken, plus 2 more chopped up. Tipped wine over the whole lot. Onions caramelised beautifully, made a roux with flour in them when all was cooked, added another generous dribble of wine plus veg stock and this incredibly tasty gravy appeared. Then got my stick blender into it, and taa daaaa...absolute gastronimic bliss.
Sarah, you were right on the money. I was exhausted on Christmas Eve after doing a dinner the night before and I chose your recipe for Christmas Eve dinner for three of us. Wow! It was great. Served it with baked potatoes, a veggie and salad. Just the ticket!
Quite average, I thought. I made the recipe exactly as written, using lots of garlic powder, and marsala wine. It came out fine, nothing to write home about. I agree it is easy and looks nice, so it fits the bill for "bringing a chicken dish" when you need to and you have little time.
Delicious! I add chunked carrots and serve the gravy and vegetables over rice or couscous.
Excellent flavor and so simple to make. A hit with everyone!
This chicken was mouthwatering!
Not sure what I did wrong, but this didn't come out with much flavor for me.