I also saw Giada make this dish and am thankful I was able to find it here. It has awesome flavors and wasn't difficult at all. Highly recommended.
I used olives and bacon instead of capers and prosciutto, served with mashed potatoes. This recipe is simply genial: easy, relatively quick to cook and absolutely delicious.
Fantastic dish !!!
If I could give it more stars I would!! I used chicken thighs & legs, bacon instead of prosciutto, 1 c chicken stock total (omitted wine), added 1 c artichoke hearts w/marinade and 1 can of black olives (drained & rinsed). I didn't brown the chicken I just threw it all into my crock pot on low for about 8 hours. This dish was out of this world!! Thanks!!
The blend of flavors is delicious! I used a different cooking method though because not all of my family members like their chicken saucy. I baked the chicken (spritzed with olive oil and salt/pepper in on convection setting at 375 for about 35 minutes until done. I prepared the sauce in the pan as directed, then added the pan juices from the chicken when it came out of the oven. Because I served gnocchi on the side, I added about 3/4 cup of marinara to the sauce to stretch and thicken it. Will definitely make this again.
Made it in the morning and served it at night. I used 1 1/2 teaspoon of montreal steak seasoning instead of salt. It tasted wonderful. My husband loved it. I used bacon instead of prosciuto.
I saw Giada make this and thought it looked so delicious. Unfortunately, My husband and I weren't very impressed. The flavors just weren't enough. The texture and moistness of the chicken were perfect. We ate it the following day with roasted potatoes. On the other hand, my sister and her husband absolutely loved the dish and asked for the recipe. Thanks for sharing!
Wonderful flavor - the chicken was moist and the sauce was very tasty. I added a little flour to the chicken pieces to help with browning and thickening. I also substituted a couple tablespoons of tomato paste for the diced tomatoes (just what I had on hand), added a bit more liquid, and it was still delicious. I served it with smashed garlic potatoes and fresh asparagus, plus lots of crusty bread to soak up the sauce, but next time I'm going to pair it with a pasta!
I saw Giada make this dish on Everyday Italian. I went to the market and bought what I needed, and all I have to say is WOW!!!!! The sauce on this chicken was sooooooooo good!!! Giada is my Culinary Queen!!