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My chicken breasts were huge (just over 400 grams each) so halved them horizontally and cooked them on the indoor electric grill. I made the sauce as directed though had to add nearly an extra halve a cup of liquid or I would have had thick sauce you could stand a spoon in and I was surprised the garlic did not come out in it more but then maybe I didn't cook it enough in the butter but otherwise was very nice over the chicken and the vegies. Thank you diner524, made for Please Review My Recipe.
Oh diner, what an outstanding recipe. I'm actually eating it right now but had to take my plate to the computer desk and rate before I forgot!! I halved the recipe for the sauce and used 2 chicken breasts for BF and I... now I wish I had made some pasta or rice to spoon the extra sauce over because it is sooooo tasty! And EASY! I pan-fried my chicken breasts with "herb chicken" seasoning while the sauce cooked... 22 degrees is a bit to cold for the grill. :) I got a bit nervous because my garlic browned too quickly and looked burnt but when I tasted the sauce it was ok- phew! Next time I will only sautee for 30 secs and then 30 secs with the flour. THANK YOU for saving me again with an easy comforting meal.
Yummy and delicious. I thought that it would taste too sour cream-y, but it's not. I could even handle a bit more wine in it, but the kids wouldn't like it. The chicken was good too! Simple and tasty. Made for ZWT5 Family Picks for the Kitchen Witches. Thanks!
This was a wonderful, simple wine sauce that was great with grilled chicken and even better for breakfast the next day over a toasted english muffin with ham and a poached egg. Thanks for sharing. Made for Photo Tag.