Olive Garden Stuffed Chicken Marsala

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Olive Garden Stuffed Chicken Marsala created by LimeandSpoon
Ready In:
1hr 30mins



  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Stuffing:Combine all cheese stuffing ingredients in a bowl.
  • Chicken:Butterfly thickest section to create two lobes.Place pounded chicken breasts on a plate and place desired amount of stuffing on one half of chicken breast.
  • Gently press stuffing down and fold over other side of chicken breast. Preheat a large sauté pan on stove top. Add 4 oz. oil; heat oil until shimmering.
  • Place approximately 2 cups flour in a pan and season it to taste with salt and pepper. Dredge chicken in flour and shake off excess flour. Place stuffed chicken breasts in sauté pan with the preheated oil.
  • Cook each side until golden. When chicken is seared on both sides remove them from sauté pan and place them in a baking pan and into the oven for 10-20 minutes.
  • Bake until juices run clear and stuffing and center reach a temperature of at least 165°.
  • Sauce: Add the onions to the sauté pan. Stir with spatula. After 2 minutes add the mushrooms; sauté mixture until onions are translucent. Deglaze sauté pan with the marsala wine (make sure to incorporate particles from bottom of pan). Bring wine to a simmer and add heavy cream. Simmer sauce on low heat until reduced by half.
  • Place cooked chicken breast on a plate and top with onions, mushrooms and sauce.
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  4. Philip R.
    The recipe was easy to make. I also chopped up additional mushrooms in the food processor and added them to the stuffing. It give it a little more body. Also instead of the heavy cream, I used half and half. It reduces well enough, but it takes a considerable amount of time to reduce down and I also used cornstarch to thicken it. If you look at the picture listed, that sauce looks pretty watery. Overall my wife and I enjoyed it and will make it again.
  5. Patrick G.
    Can I thicken the sauce by adding a bit of flour

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