Chicken With Wine and Mushrooms

"Amazingly simple, delicious and low calorie! Only 220 calories per serving! Plus this plates up beautifully and makes you look like you went all out! Makes any occasion special! Boneless skinless chicken breasts browned and juicy with a very tasty wine and mushroom sauce that is perfection on a plate! Yet this is so fast, easy and delicious you can make it on any busy weeknight or serve it up at your best dinner party! They just won't know what hit 'em!"
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  • Season chicken breast as desired. I like salt and pepper but you could add any dried herbs you like as well. Heat oil in a large skillet and brown chicken breasts on both sides. Cover and cook until juices run clear. About 6-10 minutes, depending on thickness. Remove chicken and keep warm. If you find you need more oil use some cooking spray instead if you want to keep the fat and calories down.
  • In the same skillet using the oil that remains, sauté mushrooms until tender. Add garlic and onions- green and white parts- and cook for a few minutes just to get them aromatic and cooked a little. About 2-3 minutes.
  • Add butter and when it's melted stir in wine or broth- I recommend wine! -. (Personally I use one cup broth and one cup wine. I like Pinot Grigio but anything that isn't sweet is good!).
  • In a small cup combine water and cornstarch and stir until smooth and dissolved. Add to skillet when broth starts to bubble.
  • Cook and stir, keeping it just at a bubble until desired thickness. About 2-3 minutes.
  • Return chicken to pan and heat through. Taste for seasoning and add some salt and pepper to taste if desired.
  • Serve over rice, noodles or mashed potatoes.
  • NOTE: If you want even more sauce add 1 more cup of chicken broth to the wine or broth in step 3. Want the sauce thicker? Add more cornstarch in step 4.

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  1. LaReinita
    This was very good and quite pretty, but I did make some changes. I only used 1/4 t of salt. While I cooked the chicken, I put oregano, rosemary and parsley in the wine to soak. I used unsalted butter and put pepper on the chicken before browning. I thought it came out delicious. I served it over brown rice with a side of asparagus. Oh and I used spanish onions as that was all I had on hand and sliced them.....still lovely and very tasty. I used cooking wine also....Goya dry white wine (cooking) I was happy with the results. I don't drink wine (more of a beer girl :) ), so that was all I had on hand! Thanks for posting, will definitely make this again!
  2. Abba Gimel
    This was very simple to prepare and the result was the taste of a sophisticated meal! I served it along a pilaf and garlic spiked spinach. You would have never have known this was a dietetic meal by the taste. My wife loved it and I will be preparing this for large dinner parties. Thanks for sharing!
  3. barefootmommawv
    Really easy to make and tasted delicious. I didn't have white wine so I used red wine and it turned out fantastic!! Thanks for posting
  4. nicoleingermantown
    Everyone liked it!
  5. texascooking
    The whole family loved this recipe! Even the little ones ate it. I added extra salt and fresh ground pepper to the adults plates and served over white rice. Used a little extra garlic and wine not chicken broth. Came out perfect.


  1. CC  G
    I made this for dinner last night and although it was quite good, it seemed to be missing some flavor. I am a huge fan of chicken marsala so maybe I am just used to it. I also think that maybe using some shallots instead of green onions would be better. Thanks for the recipe.
  2. deanna_chung
    The recipe itself goes well together: white wine, mushrooms, chicken. However, my boyfriend and I cooked this meal and would suggest: adding more minced garlic (the wine overpowers the garlic), using white onions instead of the green onions, and if you plan on putting this recipe ontop of rice i would suggest making extra sauce hope my opinion helps =)
  3. AmandaInOz
    This made a super quick dinner! I doubled the sauce then tossed everything with some egg noodles. I might add a couple of garlic cloves and replace the green onions with shallots next time. Yum! Thanks mama's kitchen!


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