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Braised Chicken in Sun-Dried Tomato Cream Sauce

Definitely make extra sauce, bc. it goes really well over white rice or pasta, or quinoa, even without the chicken. This might even go well with pork instead of chicken.

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  • Wash and pat dry chicken, sprinkly with salt and pepper.
  • Heat Oil from tomatoes in a heavy skillet, over medium heat.
  • Add chicken to skillet and saute until golden, about 4 minutes per side.
  • Add garlic and stir 30 seconds--do not brown garlic.
  • Add white wine, cream, pepper, and tomatoes, and bring to a boil.
  • Cover skillet, reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer until chicken is just cooked through, about 3-5 minutes.
  • Transfer chicken to plates.
  • Add most of basil to sauce in skillet.
  • Increase heat and boil until sauce thickens enough to coat spoon, and peppers and tomatoes are soft-about 2-5 minutes. (seems to take longer for me).
  • Season sauce to taste with salt and pepper, spoon over chicken and top with fresh basil and serve.
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"Definitely make extra sauce, bc. it goes really well over white rice or pasta, or quinoa, even without the chicken. This might even go well with pork instead of chicken."
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  1. Cheryld1
    I love this recipe. However, I do not use the peppers because I think it overpowers the other delicate flavors. The fresh basil makes the dish. I also top with shredded parm.
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  2. evewitch
    I thought I had already made & reviewed this, and I couldn't understand where my review went. After tasting, however, I realized it must have been a different recipe. I really liked the flavor of this, including the basil and the peppers, which added interesting contrast to the tomatoes. The only difficulty I had was that the sauce took quite a bit longer than 5 minutes to thicken. I served with Recipe #155018.
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  3. Heather Lazar
    This is very similar to a recipe from a friend of mine- except she uses a shallot instead of garlic and marjoram in place of the basil! It is delish. I've also made it with shrimp and it turned out great!
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  4. Heather Lazar
    This is very similar to a recipe from a friend of mine- except she uses a shallot instead of garlic and marjoram in place of the basil! It is delish. I've also made it with shrimp and it turned out great!
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  5. Babs in Toyland
    This is yummy and the smell while it was cooking was wonderful. I made exactly as instructed and served it with spinach and a salad. Since I am sommersizing this was a great meal and the sauce was great over the sauteed spinach! Thanks Karen.
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