By glitter on January 16, 2004
Photo by JustJanS
Photo by JustJanS
"Many years ago I came across this in the newspaper. Once you make it the second time is a snap. Lots of flavor!"
Serving Size: 1 (548 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"The flavors of the pan juices are the stars of this show. Drizzled over the potatoes and it was near heaven. The chicken was good and done in the time stated in the recipe but I felt the skin was a little mushy and will lay the chicken over the potatoes next time so as to kind of crisp up the skin. This is a keeper. "
"I substituted Tilapia for the Chicken and added mushrooms, cooked peas, black olives and sun dried tomatoes and it was sooooooo good."
"This great, flavorful dish was well received by my family. I used 4 split chicken breasts (bone-in), and before browning, removed the skin on 2 of them (not all of my peeps like the skin). Even without the skin, the chicken was very tasty and juicy, so no complaints here. Subs: I never have fresh parsley on hand, so used dried version. Also, was out of white wine, so used homemade chicken stock instead. Was great, but I have a feeling that the wine makes a huge difference--so will definitely use for the next time. Potatoes were yummy, although I felt the need to add just a tad bit more salt on them. My 5yo DD doesn't like potatoes (true!) , so I made a pot of rice using the leftover chicken stock...she loved it topped with a little bit of pan juices mixed in. Thanks, Glitter!"
"This is a fabulous dish. I used 6 boneless skinless chicken breasts and 5 med sized potatoes that I quartered. Due to the amount that I cooked, I placed it in a 13 x 9 baking pan. After coating the chicken with the flour mixture, there was a lot of seasoning left in the bag, so I just added it to the wine before I poured it over the chicken. I hated to throw the seasonings away. It was so delicious and I know I will serve this many times. Thanks for a great recipe."
"I followed the recipe EXACTLY and the result was disappointing. I wanted to find a great chicken vesuvio recipe but this one wasn't even good because the flavor didn't permeate into the pieces of chicken, which ended up being very bland. Since it was cooked, we salted it as we cut each bite and I doused mine with hot sauce to give it some flavor."
"I tried this recipe a couple weeks ,used boneless skinless breasts its as good as any restaurant chicken vesuvio here in Chicago if you like chi ken v,you wont be disappointed"
"I tried this tonight.my mom made it before with a somewhat kind of same way.but this one is great. It hardly took long to prepare.. Thank u so much... Kim swetlik"
"Followed this recipe exactly and used all fresh herbs, so was disappointed when the potatoes and chicken lacked the flavor I was expecting. It's okay, but doesn't stand out for me from other baked chicken dishes. Probably won't be making this again."
"this was our dinner tonight, and we all loved it! One thing I had to do different was, to add chicken broth instead of wine, because my wine bottle opener decided to run and hide, so I had wine but could not open it. LOL It still turned out great, but rest assure I will get a hold of that renegade and do it like you post it. I also used all the fresh herbs from our garden. Loads of flavor1 Thanx"
"As I was making this for dinner tonight, it occurred to me that I never rated this recipe. So sorry about that! We really like this a lot. It goes together very quickly and you almost don't have to watch it while it is cooking. I use bone in/skin on chicken breast for this and the only thing I don't use is the parsley, as I never have any fresh. Thanks for a nice recipe"
"I used boneless, skinless chicken breast, so there was alot of flour and seasoning left over. Next time, I think I'll dredge the chicken in flour, salt and pepper, then combine the remaining herbs and sprinkle over the top of the chicken, so as not to waste any of the yummy seasonings! So very good - will be making this again!"
"This was good! I used chicken broth instead of water. I loved pan frying the potatoes. It made them a nice golden brown. Thank you for sharing this recipe."
"This was soooo good! Not only did it taste great, but looked fantastic as well. The only things I did different were adding about a teaspoon of onion powder to the flour and adding a bunch of chopped green onion with the parsley. I will be making this again SOON! Thank you!"
"The basis of this dish was very good, however we found it to be a little bland and in need tweaking quite a bit. Lemon was definately missing, and next time I'll also add some white pepper or maybe some telecherry pepper which has more zest and would bring out the flavors of the other ingredients. Otherwise it had a lovely presentation and was very easy to do "
"Yum. We loved this thank you. It was a sort of oven fried chicken, but much moister, and really, really tasty and tender. We loved all the herbs in it, and the potatoes turned out great too. Looks like a lot of steps, but comes together really quickly. Oil is mentioned in steps 6 & 11, but not in ingredients, we used about 3 tablespoons."