By Alles ailleurs on September 01, 2009
Photo by AZPARZYCH
Photo by AZPARZYCH
"Good on chicken breasts or fish."
Serving Size: 1 (225 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"This is a great sauce for fish! I made with dill rather than tarragon (since I didn't have any) and served it over snapper. Was a nice light sauce that didn't overpower the fish. Made for Football Pool 2012-13 Win."
"Loved this sauce, especially that it is low fat but still so full of flavor. This one is going into my "Best of 2013". I really love a sauce over my meats, especially dryer ones like bs chicken breasts but they usually add a lot of fat. I seasoned my chicken breast with the seasoning from my recipe#220870 and then grilled them and served topped with the sauce along with green beans and sourdough bread, yummy!!! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. Made for your win in the football pool, congrats again!!"
"Nice save with mushroom flavor. Well-balanced. Made for Football Pool 2012"
"I enjoyed these over a piece of fresh caught amberjack, and the mushrooms were wonderful! My sauce was a bit thick....think my chicken broth evaporated too fast, so next time I'll make sure my skillet is a bit cooler. Beautiful topping for fish or chicken.....or maybe even a baked potato. Thanks for sharing your delicious recipe. Made for ZWT8."
"I wouldn't have believed this was low fat if I hadn't seen the nutrition info. The sauce was rich and flavorful, perfect for a chicken breast or a piece of fish (I used cod).I used fresh tarragon from my garden, about a teaspoon instead of the 1/4 teaspoon of dried that was called for. I also served 3 easily with this amount, which made the calories even lower. I'd like to try it with some fancy wild mushrooms when they come into season- they would just send this one over the moon! Thanks for posting a wonderful sauce that even a dieter can enjoy with zero guilt!"
"What a great low-fat sauce to jazz up a boring chicken breast. I actually ended up doubling the recipe by mistake (???) and hubby liked it so much he put the rest of the sauce on his veggies! I do agree with the previous poster that doubling the cornstarch is advised if you want a nice thick sauce. My modifications were: squeezing in 1/4 of a lime, substituting thyme for tarragon, and using low-fat sour cream instead of the yogurt. This one will certainly be added to my roster of low-fat recipes. Thanks so much for posting, Mikekey! :)"
"Very Yummy! There is enough flavor in this sauce that it can bring plain couscous to life. Made using baby portabellas. Doubled the cornstarch and was glad I did or it would have been to thin. Also used smokehouse pepper and left out the tarragon. Will be making again. Thanks so much for the post."
"This is very good. I served mine with tilapia. I did notice that it made a lot of liquid so I just drained most of it and served just a bit of the sauce over the mushrooms. I made as posted and there is plenty for 3 servings. Thanks for posting. :)"
"This was excellent on a chicken breast tonight. The only thing I altered was to add more lemon juice (I tripled it). Simple to make and even with slicing time mine was ready to serve in 20 mins. Oh yes!, I didn't have any tarragon so I didn't add any herb and I couldn't tell that it suffered any. Mike, do you think this could be put up in pint jars? :D. Made for *Partying The Diabetic Way*"