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Not much else to say but this is simple and delicious! Fresh rosemary is a must and I find if you quarter the shallots they get more caramelized upon roasting in the oven. I added a little bit of sherry to the sauce as well. The key to this simple recipe is that you use kosher salt and fresh cracked pepper liberally, but not in excess. Next time I may cut the flour back by half because it was a bit too thick for me, otherwise this is a definite keeper! Thank you for posting!

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shimmerchk February 09, 2010

Very tasty - We added some leeks, as they needed used, and the gravy was lovely. Very simple, filling, and comes out rather more elegant than it seems.

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Iscah October 09, 2006

This is fantastic and easy to make! I made it twice in one week. I found it's better if I double the gravy and mushrooms, but that's just my preference.

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riventiana October 20, 2010

I can't believe I haven't reveiwd this yet. I have made this several times. I always make as written. I always serve with rice and a veggie. Very easy, VERY GOOD!!!

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kellyn September 12, 2009

Very good, very presentable, but the flavor was just ordinary.

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The Queen in Quebec September 18, 2007

very good and easy!!! I used a cup of broth and a whole lemon otherwise make as written.who can not like lemon,rosemary and chicken? This is a keeper!!!

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hollygorndt August 14, 2007
Pan-Roasted Chicken With Mushrooms and Rosemary