Chicken San Remo

"This is an incredibly, delicious chicken dish. I have make it twice, once using regular fresh spinach and once with the fresh baby spinach and I highly recommend using the baby. You're gonna love this!!!!"
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  • CHICKEN: Heat oil in skillet.
  • Mix flour, salt& pepper.
  • Light beat egg& water.
  • Dredge each chicken piece in flour, then dip each side of chicken in egg wash.
  • Place in pan in single layer& saute to a golden brown, turning once.
  • about 2 min.
  • per side.
  • Transfer to a baking pan just large enough to hold the chicken in a single layer.
  • Tent with foil to keep warm.
  • Preheat broiler SAUCE: Wipe out the skillet& add oil over med heat Add shallots& spinach; saute until spinach is completely wilted.
  • Stir in chick broth, wine and cream.
  • Bring to boil& cook 12 minutes until reduced by half Season with cayenne& salt Remove foil& spoon sauce over chick breasts.
  • Divide the mozzarella over the tops of each piece of chick.
  • Broil chicken 4 to 5 inches from the heat 2 to 3 minutes or until cheese bubbles& is light golden brown.

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  1. melmom45
    This dish was ok, but I had some issues with it. First, you put the baby spinach in with the onions, then cook it for 12 min with the wine and cream. By the time the dish is done, you have cooked the heck out of the baby spinach and you may as well have used a frozen box of spinach. I may try this again, putting the spinach in at the end of the reduction time. Also, after 12 min, this was still pretty watery. It needs more reduction time, or, a little flour or something to thicken the sauce. I also think it needs some mushrooms to make it a step up. But saying all of that, I think this recipe has potential to be really good with a little tweeking.
  2. Chef Mommie
    Even though I beat them my chicken breast were thick and not done after browning. I made the sauce and then put everything in the oven and cooked for 25 minutes on 350. The sauce didn't thicken in the oven as I had hoped, so I thickened it back on the stovetop and added some diced tomato. This was DELICIOUS!!! My husband LOVED it!!! That means many many many stars! Thank you Boca Pat!
  3. Sauce Lover
    This is excellent. Used quite a bit of cayenne pepper and salt and its really good! I reduced the sauce before adding the spinach because otherwise the spinach turns really mushy. I like my spinach more when its just barely wilted. I also sauteed fresh sliced mushrooms with the chicken and just before putting the cheese on the chicken I chopped up one fresh tomato and added it to the sauce, for color and some added flavor. Made again, and I minced up three jalapenos, added it on top of the chicken and mushrooms and it really added much needed flavor.
  4. Johnsdeere
    I made this dish last night and both my husband I were really pleased with the end result. :) The frying of the chicken I felt was key in this dish...especially with having a sauce over the top of soggy chicken. :) I doubled the sauce recipe and added minced garlic since my husband and I adore it. One thing I will do next time is add some cornstarch to help thicken the sauce, it had terrific flavor just a little thin probably due to me doubling the recipe. Rather then wipping out the pan after the frying of the chicken, and adding new oil, I just added my ingredients to the oil left in the pan. I figured it would provide more flavor. I served this with steamed broccoli and Cavatappi (corkscrew) pasta and poured the remaining sauce over the noodles. This is a must for all recipe files in my opinion. Thank you for sharing Boca Pat!!!!
  5. Smilyn
    This was excellent. Tasted like restaurant quality. Thanks for a keeper!


  1. Southern Lady
    Very tasty and relatively easy. Be sure to spoon the sauce over the entree, it's so good. I think once the recipe is made, the next try will go much quicker, so beginning chefs, don't be discouraged. Tried something new - replaced olive oil with virgin coconut oil and it worked beautifully. I had to substitute frozen spinach and dried shallots. As the spinach was draining, I wrapped the dried shallots in the spinach to begin the softening process. I used about 5 dashes of cayenne and the pepper was subtle and delicious. THANKS FOR SHARING!
  2. sugarpea
    Divine. I used only two breast halves and the full sauce recipe, then served this with mashed potatoes. I replaced the cream with milk and used 2 T of cornstarch dissolved in a bit of water to thicken the sauce. Can't wait to have more fun with the cayenne/spinach combination. It's fantastic.
  3. Patti OFurniture
    Very good and easy chicken dish. It was nice to have something a little different for chicken. I used half and half instead of the cream and substituted some cranberry juice for the wine ( completely out ) . I also added 1/2 bag of frozen spinach just to use it up. Even with the substitutions it was excellent. I will definitely make again. The only change I would make personally would be to use a low sodium chicken broth. Thanks for a great recipe.
  4. Ms B.
    Very good chicken dish! I served this with brown rice and steamed asparagus. I doubled the sauce in order to serve over the rice. I used a mild yellow onion instead of the shallots (didn't have any available) and half-and-half instead of the heavy cream. I also used a bit more spinach, as I love the stuff. Hubby really liked the slight bite of cayenne. This is a very good dinner from items I normally keep on hand (except the shallots). We will definately be having this again.



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