I just made this recipe from Fine Cooking last weekend. It is easy and turned out fantastic! Just a richer version of the classic chicken marsala. Any extra sauce is great to scoop up with some bread...
This is fabulous! The sauce needs to be doubled, as it doesn't make enough if you're serving it over pasta. The gorgonzola makes it restaurant quality, but it is so easy to make.
This is one of the beast meals I've had in some time, and I'm no slacker in the eating well department. I used real gorgonzola- don't buy that crumbled stuff pre-packaged in the dairy case. The sauce is utterly fabulous. Would also go great by itself on pasta... bonus, this goes together quickly, so is great for weeknights, too.
I loved this different take on chicken marsala. I especially enjoyed the addition of the gorgonzola to the sauce. This was also extremely easy to make. I used a larger skillet and only needed to cook the chicken in one batch. I also used 8 oz of cremini. I might double the sauce next time, I liked it so much, and it would better cover the penne that I served it over. I put this in the keeper file and will definitely make this again.
This was very good. I used evaporated milk instead of cream, but otherwise followed the recipe as written and served it over mashed potatoes. Will definitely make it again.
The sauce was a little thin but it was fine serving it over rice. I personally didn't like how strong the gorgonzola was but my dinner guests all loved it. I also added sweet marsala wine instead of dry and the dish was still really good.
This meal was top notch! the flavor was so rich I felt like I was eating in a restaurant. I used chicken tenders that I cut into chunks, added extra mushrooms, extra garlic, subbed evaporated milk for the cream. Next time...& there will definitely be a next time...I would double sauce. (Greedy DH sopped it all up with his bread!) Served this over buttered noodles w/ crusty bread & green salad. Thanks for adopting the recipe, Newspapergal !
This was really good. I had more m'rooms than the recipe called for, so I added more sauce. I couldn't get it to thicken, so mixed cornstarch w/the half and half. I love the gorgonzola cheese in the sauce!! I kind of eyeballed the half and half and used chicken broth instead of marsala. Thanks for a great recipe and I'll definitely make this again.
This is Oh My GAWD... Good! Served it with garlic buttered noodles on the side and it was fabulouso!
Excellent dish. I loved the sauce and will make this many times in the future. Made as written and served the two of us with no leftovers.