By PaulaG on February 27, 2006
Photo by Elmotoo
Photo by Elmotoo
"This sounds so wonderful. A great dish for an elegant dinner party or reduce the recipe for a romantic dinner for 2. Fortunately for us chocolate lovers, research indicates that chocolate has health properties and the substances found in chocolate may help prevent blood clots and coronary plaque. Chocolate also seems to increase HDL (good) cholesterol levels and contains small amounts of magnesium, potassium, protein, phosphorus, calcium and iron. The recipe is found in the February 2006 issues of Delicious Living. If you are not carb conscious, the chicken can be served on top of couscous or rice."
Serving Size: 1 (557 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Made the recipe as given as I wanted leftovers for a second supper! Also used OJ instead of the brandy, & we had a most wonderfully tasty chicken dinner ~ Something definitely worthy of serving when company comes! AND, a great keeper of a recipe since it's an absolutely great change of pace, because we eat so much chicken! Loved the sauce! Thanks much for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Zaar Stars recipe tag]"
"The chicken was perfect. DH & I love the sauce; the kids didn't care for it. I did use only 1TB brandy. I'm thinking I won't reduce as much next time because the sauce did thicken a LOT when the chocolate was added. The flavor of the sauce is so complex & beautiful. Dh called it a French mole. ;) I want to prepare this for guests. Thank you Paula! Made for the 1/08 Photo Swap."
"The chicken was great! We didn't care much for the sauce, though. But, the chicken was really tasty!!"
"I have never been the domestic type so when I made this for my father in laws visit he was shocked! He raved to the whole family about my new found skills. I was very pleased with this dish!"