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What a wonderful dishI I used one breast cut in half lengthwise, omitted the salt, added oyster mushrooms to the regular white buttons, a little roasted garlic, and doubled the sauce. Served with steamed green beans and steamed summer squash. Better than you can get in a restaurant! Marvelous!
Just wanted to let those who question the WW points that I plugged the actual recipe into Weight Watchers Recipe Builder on their website and the point value is correct. It is 4 points per serving.
Wow, this is great!!! It tastes just like the Olive Garden dish I had before. Very good flavor and very easy to make!
Wonderful! Fast! Easy! Flavorful! Fancy! Thanks so much. I'll be making this again (soon).
This was soooo delicious and my husband had no idea is was a weight watcher meal. It was super quick to make and I am so excited about having the leftovers for lunch tomorrow. 4 points is awesome for this very tasty dish. I will definitely make this again.
This was awesome! And so tasty! Glad I made extra for leftovers.
i computed the points on the WW calculator and got exactly 4 points+. i made some changes based on what i had in the house. i hate to buy bottles of things when i need only a bit of it. so i changed out the marsala for another sweet wine, and i used chicken bouillon instead of opening a can of broth. i used crimini mushrooms just because. i wanted to double the sauce so my husband could have past with his, so i doubled the wine, bouillon and flour (not the mushrooms), but it got too thick in the pan. i added another 1/4 c. of each and didn't let it go to a boil and it was perfect. i sliced the breasts sideways to make each one very thin. this was a wonderful recipe and i would definitely make it again. i think it would work with whatever sweet wine you use as well as whatever stock, broth or bouillon you have. 5 stars from me.
What a great dish.. My family didn't even know it was a Weight Watcher dinner. I made it with regular white button mshrooms and doubled the sauce. Served with steamed summer squash and a garden salad.
It was ok. I had to add corn starch to thicken the sauce. The chicken was pretty bland. I wish the sauce would have infused into the chicken. I've had much better marsala recipes.
Very Tasty and Simple to prepare. I followed other suggestions doubling the sauce and added a little garlic and onion powder to enhance the flavor. Thanks