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I have not made this yet, but loved it at The Cheesecake Factory. I will say that after reading all of the reviews/comments on this recipe, everyone is saying the same thing "the sauce/gravy is to thin". When I had this at Cheesecake Factory the sauce was not very thick. If you want your sauce thick and don't want the taste of cornstarch of flour, turn up the heat a little bit and let it reduce a bit longer. I am in Culinary school right now and have been told that sometimes things will take a bit longer to reduce, this will also help cook off the alcohol taste. Will try this when I make it myself. Good luck everyone.
fantastic recipe. folks who are getting a weird taste are probably not cooking their gravy enough. here's how i fixed mine. after step #8 (sauteeing mushrooms), i poured in the madeira to deglaze the pan. bring to a boil and stir, scraping all bits off. eventually the pan should look clean (except the liquid in it, of course). add butter and 1 c. of stock to pan and simmer. while that's simmering, take remaining 1 c. of stock, add 3 T. of flour and stir well (you can even put in a jar and shake really hard) to make a slurry. raise heat to med-high and slowly stir in slurry. cook for another 10-15 mins or so, stirring often. check for taste (salt, pepper, etc.) and if it still tastes to strongly of alcohol for your liking, try cooking a little more. the sauce is excellent and worth the trouble!
This is definitely the best thing i have ever made and one of the best meals i have ever had. As the cheese, i have substituted havarti - wonderful!
5 stars!!!! I am a TERRIBLE cook, I really am but I absolutely LOVE this dish as Cheesecake Factory and decided to give it a shot. It turned out AMAZING!!! Just like the CK Factory version. I did cook the wine sauce on med-high for closer to 40 minutes and the sauce reduced A LOT. I also did mix in a pinch of corn starch. Mine was nut runny at all. It was a very similar consistency as the real dish at the restaurant. I used a cheap $6 Madeira wine from publix. My family was VERY impressed.
Excellent recipe! Taste almost like Cheesecake Factory's
Excellent!!!!! Almost like the CCFactory...and the reason why I say Almost..probably cause I couldn't find Madeira Wine..so I used Port wine...but still VERY good!!! And yes, like the original, the sauce was not very thick....So happy I found this recipe!!!
One thing to know when using cornstarch in most recipes is that it could be added to COLD liquids only...do not add it to hot mixtures, as it will clump!
Secondly, I have a lot of food allergies and found out during a visit to the Cheesecake Factory that they use veal stock in their recipe, which may contribute to the difference in the flavor for some. They also flour the chicken before pan frying it as some have suggested. No egg though.
Pretty good. Too salty (and I only used one builion cube and a dab of beef demiglaze to give more depth of flavor). I also think the cheescake recipe is probably breaded or flowered or something
This is not even close to the real thing. Your missing one key compenet. The Chicken has a egg batter and has been dipped in eggs before cooking.
I would love to have the real recipe.
Absolutely 5 stars or more! This is the best company dish for both appearance and taste! I have had multiple requests for doing it again. I have served it with garlic mashed potatoes, but think it would go great with rice or pasta. Like everyone says, well worth the effort for the sauce, and if you don't find madeira, there's marsala wine...guess it would be chicken marsala then, but in any case, it is so tasty! One of my favorite recipes on zaar and that's saying a LOT! Thanks so much for sharing!