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|Calories300Calories from Fat140|
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|Calories from Fat140|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Karen 2 months ago
Have made this several times. As good as restaurant fare and so quick and easy to prepare. I did follow advice from other reviews and added cornstarch to thicken sauce - absolutely necessary!
Velva DeSoe a year ago
It was okay seemed runny
Mark Kesseler a year ago
My family liked it but they wanted more sauce and thicker sauce than what I had done. I had seen other comments and doubled the sauce already. I also didn't like its thinness and did thicken it with cornstarch a little bit, but it still needed to be thicker. I will add garlic next time. I didn't have enough onion so I wanted to do onion powder instead (but forgot it). I served mine with warm German potato salad (very nice combo).
Mark A. 2 years ago
What a lovely meal with vegetables and rice. Perfect for an entertaining special!
Melanie M. 2 years ago
delicious! i used garlic instead on onion and my family loved it!
Dorianne P. 2 years ago
My family and me loved this. I did more sauce and mushrooms than the recipe says and apart from sealing the chicken I put them to simmer in the sauce before I served them. It was super delicious!!
Fernando Lucas 2 years ago
Turned out really good. Next time I’m gonna make a lot more sauce bc it doesn’t yield too much as per the recipe. I paired it with sautéd asparagus. Good side for it if you don’t want the usual carbs that go with it
Antonia Kirksey 2 years ago
The sauce was very runny like water. Maybe I was supposed to add something like flour or corn starch?
Ellen 2 years ago
Very tasty and easy to make.
cierra lyons 2 years ago
Great base recipe. Added additional seasonings to my liking. So easy!!
Natalie P. 2 years ago
Easy to make and tasted great! I added corn starch to thicken the sauce.
Carol K. 2 years ago
It was awesome! I have made this several times and tried something different this time. I added home made carb free noodles to toss in the Marsala tonight. Recipe for those is as follow: Two fresh eggs, large size, and place in blender with a dash of garlic powder and onion powder and one quarter of real cream cheese. Blend on high till mixture is creamy. Pour onto a cookie sheet lined with tin foil and spread with butter spray, pour very slowly onto cookie sheet and spread very thin. Cook in oven 325 degrees for 10 minutes and place to cool before cutting. ) I use a pizza cutter to slice thin then toss in Marsala sauce for a few minutes to warm up and serve with a little of Parmesan cheese on top and parsley for color. If sauce is to thin mix a little cornstarch with water and mix into sauce to thicken. Emm good!
Corey Cozart Cozart 2 years ago
great. adding it to my menu.
Chris Tina Dula 2 years ago
was ok sauce needed to be a little bit thicker
Janeen 2 years ago
Yummy!! Added more chicken broth and a little flour to thicken, but was really nice!
Foley 3 years ago
This was my second go at marsala, first time with this recipe. It was a definite hit, and a healthier option as opposed to the usual creamy, cheesey sauces that dress our protiens. I used portobello mushrooms instead of the crimini the recipe called for and they were delicious. Served along side steamed broccoli, this meal will be repeated.
Kimberly Dorsey 3 years ago
Made this yesterday, it is disgusting! Yuck! What a waste of ingredients and time!
Karin 3 years ago
It was easy and delicious
Christie Rinehart 3 years ago
Made this one tonight and it turned out really good. Even my picky 3 yr old liked it! I did use a little extra Marsala and thickened the sauce with some corn starch, but it was super easy to make so I think I’ll keep this recipe!
Janet B. 3 years ago
Delish!!! I tweaked the recipe... using more mushrooms and chicken stock. The Chicken breasts that I had were very large. I found the recipe to be delicious but kind of more on the stock side, so I thickens w/ a bit of cornstarch dissolved in water. The recipe is Very tasty, even my husband really liked it and he’s not a big fan of chicken.
Nichola McKay 3 years ago
Amazing!! Will become a staple in our house. 😋
William Osborn 3 years ago
Really didn't turn out like I was hoping
tiffany 3 years ago
Perfect! After I tasted it, I completely forgot to add the parsley at the end! This will be a keeper!
Shakira Burge-Ortiz 3 years ago
This was so easy to make and actually really good. My 10 year old even enjoyed it. I seasoned my chicken with herbs and it was not over seasoned at all by the added extra. This will definitely be a regular dish in my house!
katrina rivera 4 years ago
Turned out very good and I would definitely make this again! I also added mashed potatoes and broccoli as a side dish.
Hadley 4 years ago
I like more Marsala, so I would not use chicken broth next time. would make again, but not thia recipe
Krista 4 years ago
Followed this recipe exactly and it turned out really good. Better than the plates ive ordered at restaurants. so happy I tried to make this at home.
Louiza Papadopoulou 4 years ago
nice recipe i just overcooked the meat and the sauce caramelized a lot! It was my mistake! however, the taste except for the dryness was authentic
danielle e. 4 years ago
I doubled the Marsala and the cooking time to simmer on low covered. Added portobello mushrooms, butter, and beef stock. Served over mashed potato. Came out lovely.
Meghan B. 4 years ago
Great! super easy & flavorful. I added about 1 tablespoon blended parsley, it worked really well. Served over rice with sliced tomatoes.