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Chicken With Olives and White Wine Sauce

Chicken With Olives and White Wine Sauce created by Tinkerbell

This chicken is spectacular. I adore it. It's very very easy to make...a one-pot wonder! Ideally, you wanna use the largest pot you have (in terms of width, no depth). If you want everyone to get a large scoop of olives and sauce with their chicken (and who wouldn't?? Then just add more olives and capers than the recipe calls for. You can't go wrong...don't worry! Please...please review the recipe if you try it. Thank you!

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  • Remove the skin from all chicken and wash well.
  • Pat chicken dry and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  • Heat chilli oil in the pot. If you do not have chilli oil, you can make some easily. You will need to take olive oil and heat it up (do not burn it!). Add lots of red pepper flakes and let it simmer (without burning the flakes)for about 5 minutes. Once the mixture is cool, that's chilli oil.
  • Add the chicken to the pot with the meatiest parts on the bottom.
  • Brown the chicken for about 10-12 minutes, making sure it doesn't stick to the pot or burn. Turn over if necessary. You may add more chilli oil if you think it's required.
  • Add the chopped capers, garlic, olives and parsley to the pot. If you'd like extra sauce and olives or capers in this recipe, you can add them freely. I usually add lots of olives, so that everyone gets a huge scoope of them on their chicken.
  • Add the white wine to the pot. If you don't think there's enough sauce for your meal, then add extra white wine.
  • Stir a bit so that everything is nicely mixed.
  • Cover the pot and allow the chicken to fully cook in the boiling white wine sauce.
  • Serve hot. Nice sides are rice, pasta or salad.
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"This chicken is spectacular. I adore it. It's very very easy to make...a one-pot wonder! Ideally, you wanna use the largest pot you have (in terms of width, no depth). If you want everyone to get a large scoop of olives and sauce with their chicken (and who wouldn't?? Then just add more olives and capers than the recipe calls for. You can't go wrong...don't worry! Please...please review the recipe if you try it. Thank you!"
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  1. bmth6452
    very bland
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  2. Tinkerbell
    Chicken With Olives and White Wine Sauce Created by Tinkerbell
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  3. Tinkerbell
    Chicken With Olives and White Wine Sauce Created by Tinkerbell
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  4. Tinkerbell
    I just LOVED this recipe! The flavor is outstanding. I was literally just using up extra ingredients in my fridge (capers, green olives & parsley) & couldn't believe I stumbled on your recipe that uses them all. I made as directed except did not have the black olives on hand. I'll make sure to use them next time though. The only complaint was that the chicken got a little dry during cooking, but we're looking forward to trying this again with chicken thighs. Thanks for sharing, Eva! You've been adopted during Pick A Chef Spring 2010! http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=327498
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  5. E-Eva
    This chicken is spectacular. I adore it. It's very very easy to make...a one-pot wonder! Ideally, you wanna use the largest pot you have (in terms of width, no depth). If you want everyone to get a large scoop of olives and sauce with their chicken (and who wouldn't?? Then just add more olives and capers than the recipe calls for. You can't go wrong...don't worry! Please...please review the recipe if you try it. Thank you!
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