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Easy Chicken Marsala

Sep 21, 2012

If you are always on the lookout for chicken recipes, be sure to add this Easy Chicken Marsala recipe to the box.  This is a quick to prepare, elegant, restaurant quality chicken recipe you can easily make at home for your family.  It tastes so good!   The recipe is provided below.

Click Easy Chicken Marsala to watch a short video from on how this recipe comes together, as well as additional information about this dish.  There you can also find a link to the printer friendly version of the recipe.

Easy Chicken Marsala
1/3 c. flour
1 t marjoram
1 t minced garlic
1T minced onion
1 t black pepper
1t salt
1 lb chicken breast (trimmed and pounded to same thickness or bought already cut to size)
2 T olive oil
3 T butter (divided 2T in skillet for frying and other 1T added later in sauce)
1 pkg mushrooms
½ c chicken broth
¾ c Marsala wine (or Marsala cooking wine from grocery store)
Mix top 6 dry ingredients reserving 1 T for use in making sauce.  Coat chicken in remaining mixture.  Heat oil and butter in large skillet.  Pan fry chicken 3-4 minutes each side until lightly browned on both sides.  Remove from pan and set aside, keeping warm.  Add mushrooms to skillet.  Cook until softened about 5 minutes.  Add reserved flour mixture, cook and stir until absorbed, about 1 minute.  Add broth to remove seasoned bits from bottom of skillet (deglazing).  Add wine, stirring. Add butter, stir to melt.  Add basil, stir to season.  Cook and stir until thickened about 2 minutes.  Add chicken to pan with sauce, turning so both sides are covered in sauce.  Simmer on low for 5 minutes. Sprinkle with parsley and serve.

Be sure to check out what you may have missed such as:  Kristina’s Peanut Butter Cookie recipe (posted 9/9/2012);  Pulled Pork Sandwiches with Boy’s Beans recipe (posted 9/1/2012);  Kristina’s Tomato Gravy recipe (posted 8/11/2012);  Kristina’s Frozen Corn recipe (posted 8/6/2012) (if you tried to access the Kristina’s Frozen Corn video and found it was disabled – well, we have it up and running again – so we hope you will check it out!  You may also be interested in Kristina’s House Special Guest:  Connie the Cleaning Lady.  In this post we share Connie’s cleaning product picks and cleaning tips!  Go to where we are Living It Up in the Land of Four Seasons of Fun!

Watch for these upcoming posts…..Simple Succulent Salmon…..No Stress Just the Best Thanksgiving Turkey…..Grandma’s Sage Dressing…..Grandmas’s Homemade Rolls…..Turkey Tortilla Soup…..Suzanne’s Spritz…..Spaghetti and Meatballs…..Poor Man’s Pie…..just to name a few.


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