Sanibel Island Chicken

Sanibel Island Chicken created by Darrell C.

I found this recipe in Southern Living years ago and have made it often. It's especially good when people come for dinner: quick, easy, great flavor and looks nice on a serving platter. The original recipe calls for a jar of marinated artichoke hearts, drained, but I prefer a can of plain artichoke hearts. The recipe only serves two, be sure to double or triple as needed.

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  • Cook rice according to package directions; keep warm.
  • Flatten chicken breasts slightly using a meat mallet.
  • Combine flour, curry powder, paprika and salt; dredge chicken in flour mixture.
  • Melt butter in large skillet over medium heat; add chicken and cook 5 minutes each side.
  • Remove chicken and keep warm.
  • Wipe skillet with paper towels.
  • Add artichoke hearts, wine and whipping cream to skillet; cook, stirring often 3 to 5 minutes or until thickened.
  • Serve chicken over rice.
  • Spoon sauce over top.
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"I found this recipe in Southern Living years ago and have made it often. It's especially good when people come for dinner: quick, easy, great flavor and looks nice on a serving platter. The original recipe calls for a jar of marinated artichoke hearts, drained, but I prefer a can of plain artichoke hearts. The recipe only serves two, be sure to double or triple as needed."

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  1. Darrell C.
    Sanibel Island Chicken Created by Darrell C.
  2. l.barnett2101
    This is always a winner with guests and family. I also add mushrooms and saute them after I have cooked the chicken but before I add the artichoke hearts.
  3. pheasant farmer
    This is a delicious dish, and as other reviewers noted, it is quite fast to make. I used marinated artichokes, and we loved the tang they gave to the dish. I served it with my own saffron rice, sprinkled some finely chopped green onions on top, and it really looked great. Thanks for sharing - will definitely make this again.
  4. Boca Pat
    This is a delicious meal that is so simple to put together and looks so appealing. I wouldn't hesitate about serving this to guests. I used the marinated artichokes and added a few pinches of cayenne to the flour mixture. Once the chicken was cooked, I sliced it into strips, then instead of using rice, I served it over angel hair pasta. DH and I both ejoyed this very much. I will double the recipe next time, as I'm sure this would be just as delicious as leftovers. Thanks for posting LonghornMama.
  5. Boca Pat
    This is a delicious meal that is so simple to put together and looks so appealing. I wouldn't hesitate about serving this to guests. I used the marinated artichokes and added a few pinches of cayenne to the flour mixture. Once the chicken was cooked, I sliced it into strips, then instead of using rice, I served it over angel hair pasta. DH and I both ejoyed this very much. I will double the recipe next time, as I'm sure this would be just as delicious as leftovers. Thanks for posting LonghornMama.
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