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Very Good! I dredged the chicken in flour and browned in grapeseed oil. The sauce thickened nicely and the dish reheated well the next day. Very easy to prepare and very tender chicken. Thanks for posting!
This was excellent! I was going to make some quinoa to set the chicken and sauce on, and then decided to just go ahead and cook it with the chicken during the 'boil for 15 minutes' step. (I added a little extra liquid for the quinoa.) I served it with mango salsa. Definitely going to make it again :-)
Just made it tonight and it came out amazing. I did thicken the sauce with a little flour.
simple enough, and tasty straight up chicken dish. The fresh cilantro makes this dish look really good.
My dh really liked this. I loved how easy this was to get on the table. Thank you for sharing!
Tastes good, fast, few ingredients and very easy. I will definitely do this again. Next time I may add some fresh lemon/lime at the table to squeeze onto the chicken. My children loved it. Thank you.
This was fantastic! I doubled the recipe for the sauce so there would be enough to go with the rice I served with it. I also lightly dredged the chicken in flour first. The whole family loved it, even my picky 8 year old! Thanks for sharing!
DH and I loved this recipe. I cut it in half and dusted the chicken thighs with flour then browned them and proceeded with the recipe. Definately will be in my rotation of dinners. Thank you. Made for Zaar Cookbooks Tag game.