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WOW...how easy was this. Instead of cooking it in a skillet, I just left it in my glass casserole dish that I had been marinating in, sealed it tightly with foil and baked in the oven. Moist and delicious. Even my DH (who has a SERIOUS aversion to chicken in ANY way) commented on how juicy and tasty it was. Definately a keeper and I making again tomorrow night...teehee! Thanks so much for posting!!!
Easy, healthy, and exceptionally tasty. This has become our favorite chicken recipe.
Great recipe! I am in college and found this super easy and very yummy. Thanks!
These were very easy to prepare and had a lovely seasoned taste. I mixed up the amount of marinade suggested, but only had two chicken breasts so I used the rest to coat some potato chunks before roasting them in the oven.
Excellent flavor! One of the best received meals I have ever cooked for my family! I served it over angel hair pasta with a garlic butter sauce. The garlic did start to burn in the pan shortly after I turned the chicken over to the other side, so I cleaned out the pan, put some fresh oil it in and finished cooking. Turned out fantastic!
Moist and tasty.
This is a nice skillet dish that is simple to prepare, with ingredients I always have on hand. The chicken was really juicy and tender. I did have to drain the liquids a few times so that the chicken would brown nicely. I may add more garlic next time. Thx Bergy.
Easy and flavorful. Much like other reviewers, I baked the chicken - 45 mins at 350. Very juicy!
Oh Bergy what a lovely recipe! After the marinating part I put some peeled and cut-up potatoes around the 2 chicken breast that I was cooking and baked it in the same dish,made a spinach-salad and the two of us enjoyed dinner with a nice chilled glass of chablis! Yum,yum!
I didn't follow the recipe very well. Go easier on the oregano than I did. That said, it tasted pretty doggone good served with a side of rice. Yum!