"I tried this recipe tonight -- but played with it a bit. I replaced the butter with a "heart healthy" spread in a tub -- and replaced the half-and half with condensed skim milk...." Reviewed By: RTMember7521
"I tried this recipe tonight -- but played with it a bit. I replaced the butter with a "heart healthy" spread in a tub -- and replaced the half-and half with condensed skim milk. The result was quite good! I would slice the garlic rather than chop it -- it is almost impossible to get every little dice of garlic out of the pan with a slotted spoon -- and little dices of garlic left in the pan when the chicken is browned will burn and give a very bitter taste. I found no place to add the sherry wine vinegar in the recipe -- I added it with the broth - but I do not think it added much to the dish. I also got lazy and bought pre-sliced mushrooms -- a thinner slice would have helped put more mushroom in every bite. Still needs some tweaking, but the tarragon/mushroom/chicken flavors go really well together!"
This soft textured White Creamy Frosting recipe is thick enough for piping and creating shapes. It will remain soft and when made with butter, it has a rich flavor. Because of its ability to hold its shape, it works well for cake, cupcake, and cookie decorating.
Sauces Defined | Other Common Sauce Terms
Sauces are liquids of various thicknesses that are flavored or seasoned to enhance the flavor of food. Sauces can be sweet, sour, spicy, or savory and may be added to the food to become part of a main dish or used as an accompaniment to the food being prepared.
Here's a tasty idea for using some of those fresh vine-ripened tomatoes from your garden: make your own homemade tomato sauce. Nothing makes tomato sauce stand out more than when you use your own garden-fresh tomatoes.
Barbecued chicken on the grill has always been a favorite summertime food, but when improperly grilled, it can make your backyard cookout anything but memorable. This informative video demonstration shows you the secret to grilling up perfect barbecued chicken every time.
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts can be pounded thin and used for countless chicken recipes including this one: Classic Chicken Marsala. There are many different versions of this flavorful chicken recipe, but one ingredient that is essential in all versions is Marsala wine, which is a Sicilian fortified wine with a distinctive sweet flavor that is difficult to duplicate using other ingredients as substitutions.
(Scientific Name: Laetiporus sulphureus) Not to be confused with Hen of the Woods, this mushroom variety also is leafy in shape like the Hen of the Woods, both of which grow in a semi-circular form around tree trunks or stumps.