Savory Wild Blueberry Chicken Breasts

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  • Dust chicken breasts with Cajun spices.
  • Saute in olive oil until brown and almost cooked through, 7 to 10 minutes.
  • (If thick, cover for 3 or 4 minutes more.) Remove chicken breasts from pan and keep warm.
  • In same pan, sautÈ garlic and onion until transparent, scraping remaining bits of chicken from bottom of pan.
  • Add red wine and cook down until most of the liquid is evaporated.
  • Add Wild Blueberries, lemon rind and salt.
  • Simmer for 5 minutes.
  • (If blueberries are frozen, until berries are heated through.) Add salt and pepper to taste.
  • Let sit for 5 minutes, heat off, for flavors to blend.
  • Spoon over chicken breasts and serve.
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  1. tlc4kids
    Yuck not for me! Maybe this would do better on red meat rather than chicken. But the blue juice running into the white chicken meat made it look like a three day old crime scene.
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  2. Beth Brady.
    Tasty! I used 3/4 of merlot to make sure it was saucy. Thanks!
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  3. hojo1620
    Tasty! I used a little butter also. We used a berry mix (boysenberries, black and blueberries) and it was good
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  4. sugarpea
    Love the blueberry sweetness with the cajun spices. I agree with Toni, this is not saucy. I, too, didn't allow the berries to cook long enough to break down - much more attractive. I used Dancer's Cajun Spice Blend #36405.
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  5. Gumboot Gourmet
    I wanted to give this 4 1/2* the only thing I found, was there wasn't quite enough liquid, the wine evaporated almost immediately, so I added a bit more to make it about 1/2 cup. I also added a teaspoon of butter right at the end, feeling that the sauce didn't have quite the richness it needed. But this was a great recipe, served it with Basmati rice & gingered carrot. I would serve this to company in an instant! Thanks, dee
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