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This is a delicious recipe that my mom has made for years...I am glad to see it on here! Thanks for sharing. I love to have this with rice....the sauce is just sooo good!
Super recipe!. Simple and delicious. I didn't use the oven either, but a stovetop 'dutch oven' instead. Kept the lid on after sauteeing the chicken, turning occassionally at medium flame.
Excellent! After sauteing the chicken (step 3), I left it in the pot to simmer with some extra lemon juice and some water with the bouillon until cooked through (saved me the trouble of using the oven and cleaning up extra pans). I then removed the chicken pieces, placed them in a container with a lid (so that they don't dry out), and then followed on from step 8. I also added twice the amount of cream, as we like our meals very 'liquidy'.
I prepared this dish on the stovetop rather than the oven, using a heavy pan with a tight fitting lid. I used "Better than Bullion" brand beef stock concentrate from a jar and the sauce came out a little salty. I will use less than the recipe calls for next time. Overall, really delicious!
I tried this last night...but I didn't like the chicken...no taste to it....but the sauce was very good.
What a fabulous dish! My husband and I just finished dinner, and it was absolutely delicious. Like someone suggested above, we added some of the lemon juice to the saucepan before baking. Worked out well! Next time I just need to remember to remove some of the lemon juice after baking so the sauce will thicken better.
This is delicious! My DH and I loved it. I ended up using sour cream instead of whipping cream and added some spring onions and mushrooms to the sauce and it was delicious. Thanks, this will go into my weekly rotation.
this was really good. simple to make but my sauce never thickened. will try it again. thanks
My family so thoroughly enjoyed this recipe that they asked at the end of the meal when we were having it again. The sauce is delicious and all in all it was very easy to make. I used a little more lemon than called for just because we love lemon. It has such great flavor.
This is a great recipe! My wife and flipped over this! Very French too! I used 1/2 cup lemon and after saute in butter I added the lemon juice to the baking (in a ceramic top dish--no wax paper). I used chicken bouillon powder as I had no beef). Turn our perfect and we'll add this to favorites! THANK YOU! I accompanied with garlic mashed potatoe with green onion, and fresh spinash sauted in cream, garlic, and country dijon. Don't forget a tall pitcher of ice water!