Mar 23, 2011

Chicken and Mushrooms in a Garlic White Wine Sauce




Here's a great tasting, quick and easy chicken dish; perfect for busy weeknights and great for those on a budget! I made this in about 20 minutes or less and served this over some brown rice cooked in chicken broth. I would have taken a photo of my dish, but we were all so eager to eat this while it was hot, that there was nothing left to photograph.

This recipe was lightened up from Julia's Healthy Italian. She has twice as many family members in her household so I halved her recipe and cut back on the butter and olive oil. I then substituted half of the wine for fat free chicken broth and the results were fantastic. Can't wait to have the leftovers for lunch!

If you prefer to use chicken breasts, slice them into large strips before you cook them. Be careful not to overcook your chicken, there's nothing worse than tough chicken. I gave you an estimated cooking time, but use your judgment as the time can differ depending on the size of the chicken. To make this gluten free, you ocan skip the flour, or use rice flour instead. Those of you who don't cook with wine, use chicken broth instead. For a side dish, may I suggest Baked Rice and Peas.




Chicken and Mushrooms in a Garlic White Wine Sauce
Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes
Servings: 4 • Serving Size: divide between 4 • Old Points: 4 pts • Points+: 6 pts
Calories: 169 • Fat: 5.5 g • Protein: 22.8 g • Carb: 4.9 g • Fiber: 1.2 g Sugar: 1.7 g 




Ingredients:

  • 8 chicken tenderloins, 16 oz total
  • 2 tsp butter
  • 2 tsp olive oil
  • 1/4 cup all purpose flour* (use rice flour if gluten free)
  • 3-4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 12 oz sliced mushrooms
  • 1/4 cup white wine
  • 1/3 cup fat free chicken broth
  • salt and fresh pepper to taste
  • 1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley

Directions:
Preheat oven to 200°. Season chicken with salt and pepper. Lightly dredge in flour.

Heat a large skillet on medium heat; when hot add 1 tsp butter and 1 tsp olive oil. Add chicken to the skillet and cook on medium heat for about 5 minutes on each side, or until chicken is no longer pink. Set aside in a warm oven.

Add additional oil and butter to the skillet, then garlic and cook a few seconds; add mushrooms, salt and pepper stirring occasionally until golden, about 5 minutes.

Add wine, chicken broth, parsley; stir the pan with a wooden spoon breaking up any brown bits from the bottom of the pan. Cook a few more minutes or until the liquid reduces by half. Top the chicken with the mushroom sauce and serve.

*I only used 1 tbsp of flour and tossed the rest, so calculations were for 1 tbsp flour only.

283 comments :

  1. I agree... nothing worse than tough chicken... trust me, I do it all the time! lol
    Looks delicious!
    - Brittany

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  2. Making this asap! My favorite ingredients to cook with!

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  3. Gina, this is my first time to comment. I have just been thrilled with you site. I would like to know if you could add snow peas to this dish maybe along with the mushrooms when cooking them? Thank you so much for all the wonderful recipes I have been using.

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  4. Girl! You are churning them out. Thank you! I have no doubt that this will be just as amazing and delcious as all of your other recipes. Quick and easy main dishes are my favorite. Much love.

    PS...I'm OBSESSED with the baked rice. Its the only way I make it now and its so versatile and comes out perfect anytime. The possiblilites with that recipe are endless. I'm trying to figure out and come up with a "Pineapple fried rice" version of that baked rice.

    Shannon-
    NYC

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    1. Shannon- can you please share the recipe for baked rice?! Thanks a bunch!

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  5. what can i use instead of wine? I don't drink and I don't buy liquor. thanks.

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    1. You can buy cooking wine.

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    2. I didnt use wine and it was still delicious!

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    3. Chicken broth would probably work.

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  6. Oh yummy... right up my alley... thank you!!!

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  7. Hi Gina: I love your recipes and I know how hard you work on them and I appreciate it very much. My husband needs to be on a low sodium diet and I was wondering if it was possible to list the amount of sodium that is in each recipe. Thank you.

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  8. I can't wait to make this!!! Thank you so much Gina for sharing all your wonderful recipes. I am trying to make one new thing every week and for the past month it's come from your site...and all of them have been great! Thanks!

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  9. Snow peas would be a great addition here!

    As metioned above, you could use chicken broth in place of wine.

    I don't list sodium because salt is always to taste, use low sodium broth and don't add salt if you are on a low sodium diet.

    Shannon- Make my thai fried rice and add pineapple to it, it's delicious!

    Emily, how wonderful!! I'm glad to hear they've all turned out great.

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  10. Could you do this without mushrooms or would that mess up the sauce?

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  11. saved this recipe. It looks delish! Thanks. Love your blog!

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  12. This site never fails to make me HUNGRY. But in a good way. :)

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  13. Yay thanks for this recipe!! I have half a bottle of white wine and I've been trying to figure out how to use it for days!

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  14. Hi! I recently found your site and have been looking forward to trying many of the recipes. Tonight we had this chicken along with the Baked Rice and Peas and the Baked Bananas. A whole Skinny Taste meal! :)

    EVERYTHING was delicious! Even my rice hating son loved the baked rice. The chicken was amazing and the bananas were a welcome surprise to everyone. Nobody could believe the entire meal was WW friendly.

    I am truly looking forward to many many more of your recipes!

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  15. I wanted to thank you for including "if you don't cook with wine" as so few recipie writer's do. It is nice when someone understands that we don't all cook alike. Thanks.

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  16. How would the points change if I used whole wheat spaghetti instead of brown rice?

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  17. I like this recipe, it's so simple and I bet it's delicious!

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  18. Thank you for all of your recipes! I'm making this next week. I cook from your blog every night! I'm down 13 and my husband lost 15- he didn't even know how ;)

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  19. Angela Pastore3/24/11, 5:39 AM

    This looks delicious! Thanks Gina! Cannot wait to try it!

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  20. Gina...
    You've got me hooked on chicken thighs. How would you cook this if using thighs instead of tenderloins? Just cook chicken in pan longer and then add the rest?

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  21. Gina
    Made this last night and I did add the snow peas. It was great. I served it over spaghetti squash and saved many points instead of the rice. Thanks again for such wonderful recipes.

    I took a list of the recipes I have tried in the last two weeks since I have found your site to my WW meeting and hope others will give them a try.

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  22. I hope to have this name changed as the last post was Judy not Wes.

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  23. Danielle, I keep opened wine in my fridge for when I need to cook with it.

    Sonewhere in the sun - I'm so happy you had an entire skinnytaste night!!

    Gari, after getting the question often, I figured I'd answer it once : )

    Dispatches- the points do not include the rice, only the chicken so add extra for whatever you eat on the side.

    Susan, aren't they great! Yup you answered your own question!

    Wes (Judy), thanks for sharing, I appreciate all of you for commenting and sharing skinnytaste with others!!

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  24. This looks really good. Will give it a try!!

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  25. Thank you, thank you, thank you Gina! Your recipes are amazing. You have inspired me AND MY CHILDREN (no small feat) to eat healthy again. We now look forward to dinner--both cooking and eating together--and aren't just scrambling for whatever is around. I'm actually planning menus, grocery lists and preparing ahead when possible. I can't tell enough people what a difference your blog makes!

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  26. Why do we have to heat the oven to 200?

    Making this RIGHT NOW, by the way. Can't wait. :)

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  27. Oh! Disregard my previous comment. I figured it out. LOL. :)

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  28. Heidi that's wonderful!!

    Jane, lol

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  29. This was quick, easy and delicious! I purposely left out the flour and added broccoli florets to up the fiber. Defiantly a new favorite of mine!
    -Claudia R.

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  30. This is my first of your recipes that I've tried and I am THRILLED! :) I've been trying to make the standard white wine sauce for so long, and it FINALLY WORKED! It was mouth-wateringly delicious! My chicken was perfect, too. :) THANK YOU for such a wonderfully well-written recipe! :) Trying your Crock Pot Santa Fe chicken next. :)

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  31. Angie A: I just made this for supper and served it with roasted garlic mashed potatoes. Total of 7 points a serving. It is absolutely delicious. My husband commented that its nice when you use wine it doesn't over-power the whole dish. Will definitely make this again!

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  32. For people who don't use (or have on hand) wine, you can also use apple juice in place of white wine. The point value shouldn't change much, and it adds a deeper, slightly sweeter flavor than chicken broth. Looking forward to trying this one!

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  33. Gina,
    I love your website but sometimes I think you are using far too much butter! I think this is a dish you can make with one table spoon of olive oil. It taste the same believe me.

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  34. i found some other interesting ones http://therecipegenie.blogspot.com/

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  35. i just finished making this and it is so DELICIOUS!!!

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  36. I just finished making this aswell. I don't usually improvise with ingredients but when the grocery store didn't have parsley available I realized it would be a good idea to use BASIL instead. I am SO glad I did! It. Was. Delicious. Im kind of a basil fiend so maybe Im biased here but I think garlic and basil always belong in the same sentence together. Unfortunately I thought I had white wine in the fridge but when it came time to cook realized I didnt, so I did use just chicken broth...I was bummed about it but it was still amazing. I can't wait to try it again with the wine. Thanks Gina!! Love you site even though I'm not on any sort of diet.

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  37. Made this tonight. Excellent recipe. The chicken flavors are very tasty.

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  38. Dedicated to Gina's recipes3/26/11, 8:54 PM

    My husband gave this dish rave reviews! I used tuscan white wine vinegar and added garlic powder in the flour dredge for more flavor. It was delicious!

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  39. We did a cheers tonight to you Gina. Everyone (an almost four year old, a 22 month old, hubby and myself) inhaled this dinner. Made it with the rice like you suggested. So yummy. Now to decide who gets these leftovers and who gets the thai shrimp leftovers. We make at least four recipes a week from your site. Thanks for all your hard work and for sharing.

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  40. I made this two nights ago, and my husband and I both LOVED it - every single bite. It was absolutely delicious! Thank you for all of the great recipes you post. :)

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  41. Thanks for all your comments! They are so helpful to those looking to try this for the first time. I'm happy you all enjoyed this dish.

    To the person who commented about butter- 2 tsp between 6 servings is not a lot in my opinion. A dish like this in an Italian restaurant would easily have a 1/2 stick of butter. But the beauty of cooking is you can change the recipe to suit your taste, so if you prefer olive oil, go for it!

    Kiani- My husband is a basil fiend too! I bet he would love that. And I'm happy you are making recipes from here and not on a diet!!

    Dedicated to Gina's recipes- aww, what a great name :)

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  42. Delicious! Another winner,thanks Gina :)

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  43. LOVE IT!! Delicious (as always)! I missed the step to dredge the chicken with flour (thanks to my 2 yr. old assistant) but didn't miss the flour at all!

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  44. I made this last night for my family - it was so yummy. Everyone loved it and the chicken was so tenter. I took the extras and shredded it over my salad today for lunch. Will be making this one again. I took 1 Tbsp of flour and just sprinkled it over the chicken...that way I didn't get more than I needed. Thanks again Gina love your recipes and share them with all my friends.

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  45. Made this tonight (with the rice) and it was DELISH! My 3 and 4 year olds loved it too and ate a ton.
    Now I'm trying to decide whether to save some for my husband or eat it for lunch tomorrow......

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  46. Glad you all liked it! And the rice too!!

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  47. Made this one tonight and it was fabulous! Of course, I had to add extra garlic. I also used no sodium chicken broth powder and mix it with low sodium broth. I ended up using a bit more than 1 T flour for the right consistancy. My bride was a happy camper when she came home this evening!!! Love it! I would serve this to company anyday! Thanks. rockintom

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  48. I made this for dinner tonight and had the same experience you did - my family just about polished off the whole thing! I managed to save a couple pieces for my lunch tomorrow. I served it with risotto, so the point value was a little higher but so worth it.

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  49. Do you think this would lose it's value without the mushrooms? Any good replacements?
    I hate mushrooms hah.

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  50. I'm embarking yet again on another weight loss journey, and a friend turned me on to this site. I have made the chicken and white bean enchiladas and this mushroom garlic chicken. Both were a BIG hit! I can't wait to try more recipes and share this site with others. Thank you so much for 1) taking all the guesswork out of calculating WW points in recipes, and 2) making dishes that both I (who is trying to lose weight) and my husband (who has never had to count a calorie in his life) both enjoy! :-)

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  51. Gina - i'm a litttle confused on this. Is the PP value this same if you used 1/4cup flour? I didnt notice until after i made the recipe that you only used 1 tsp (far drastic amounts of flour!)

    It was delish!

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  52. I made this last night and it was so delish. I usually modify recipes but this one didn't need any modification. I made it with the baked rice, and I couldn't get over how good they both were. This is my first time making a recipe from your site and I will definitely be making a lot more!

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  53. My fiance wanted dinner that had chicken and mushrooms in it, good thing I had just been on yor site and saw this recipe. It was a quick preparation and it was done with ease. Man was this tasty!!! The mushrooms were the perfect consistency and the sauce nice and light! Next time I try this I'm serving it over wilted spinach!
    The best part about it? My fiance almost licked his plate clean! That's how I know a recipe is a keeper!

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  54. I'm so excited to make this tonight! Just one question ... how do you do your calorie calculations? I used MyFitnessPal and came up about 50 calories more. Not a big deal, but I was just curious. Thanks for this awesome site!!!

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  55. I was directed to your site by a friend who posted a yummy sounding dinner and I asked her to share the recipe, and she linked me to your site. I'm so happy she did!! I made this dinner, with the baked rice and peas last night and it was so good! It's definitely going to be something I make regularly. We have a family of 5, so I used more chicken and doubled the wine/broth, and it was perfect! I had never baked rice before, but it was so easy and so tasty that it reminded me a little bit of risotto. Thanks so much for all the delicious recipe ideas! I'm already planning on making the dijon pork chops and the chocolate zucchini bread ;)

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  56. So happy you all like this! If you don't like mushrooms, maybe replace the mushrooms with another vegetable like asparagus.

    Jesser and the person asking about flour- I put 1/4 cup of flour in my dish, then tossed the rest so I only calculated what was used which was 1 tbsp. That is probably why your points, calories are slightly off.

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  57. I saw this recipe last night and just HAD to try it. I used ingredients I had on hand (canned mushrooms, garlic powder, dried parsley-- I know it changes the nutrition info a bit) but WOW. I will definitely be making this again and again! Simple, and TASTY!

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  58. Made this for dinner tonight and we both loved it! Next time we're going to do some shallot with the mushrooms/garlic, but otherwise it was DIVINE! Thanks for all your recipes, I can't wait to try the LF oatmeal/choc chip cookies this weekend. ;)

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  59. I made this tonight...and I am not much of a cook myself...it was amazing!!!!!

    I also add onion too it :) sooooo good.

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  60. Yes! I was just thinking "Gee, what can I make for dinner tonight using things I already have in my kitchen?" This. This is perfect. Can't wait. Yum ♥

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  61. Yummmm! I just made this and we loved it! Served it with the baked rice as suggested and couldn't believe how well it came out.
    I may never do rice on the stove again!
    Thanks so much! x
    Rosie

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  62. Made this dish last week. Very yummy!

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  63. Delicious!!! Made this last week! It as so easy even though the finished dish looks complicated!! :)

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  64. My hubby and I loved this recipe!! Tasty and easy to make for any weeknight dinner! I added onions and diced red pepper just to have a few more veggies. I can't thank you enough for your fabulous site and wonderful recipes!!

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  65. I made this last week and my husband was VERY impressed (as was I!). It is a very tasty dish! This one went into my file of printed recipes that I WILL make again ;)

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  66. Absolutely Delish!! My family are not mushroom fans, but they ate the chicken in the sauce...minus the mushrooms. I, on the other hand, inhaled the chicken AND mushrooms!! Thanks, Gina, for this website. This is not the first thing that I have made from your site...and won't be the last. Already searching for something new to make tomorrow!

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  67. This is a great quick and healthy go to meal. Thanks!

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  68. made this many times already. it is a fav!

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  69. I made this dish last week- was absolutely delicious!!!! As I just started my low carb diet I am going to try this without the flour and add extra mushrooms!!! Will have to use a very large pan as I just learned from watching Julie and Julia you can't crowd the mushrooms or they won't brown!!! Wish I knew that last week haha!!!

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  70. Raquel can you believe I haven't seen that movie yet?? Good luck with the diet!

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  71. I made this last night and it was delicious. We had steamed broccoli on the side. We like to put balsamic on our broccoli and some accidentally dripped into the chicken. YUM!! I may add balsamic in the future.

    I stumbled on your site last week and have been using your recipes ever since. My family thanks you!

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  72. Just made this for dinner tonight, and it was amazing! I left out the flour and doubled the liquids (we like our stuff saucy!)and let the chicken cook in the liquid until the rest of dinner was done. Hubby and I are trying to eat healthier, and so far, the recipes here are yummy and so easy!

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  73. Picking up the ingredients right now. Thanks Gina, this looks amazing. I love mushroom dishes!

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  74. I love your site! I recently started losing weight for my wedding and think that I will be eating healthy much longer than the wedding thanks to your wonderful site! I love that you have recipes that my picky fiance will eat also!

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  75. Always happy to hear positive feedback!

    Betsy, congrats! Yes, it's after the wedding you have to work harder at eating healthy! Before the wedding you have the dress and photos to keep you in check.

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  76. Made this last night and served over whole wheat angel hair with side of green beans. Kids LOVED it as did we. Definite keeper. Thanks!

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  77. I made this tonight for dinner and it was delicious! I added sliced shallots to the mushrooms. I made lemon cilantro basmati rice as a side. yummy!

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  78. Hello, planning on making this today - but am I missing something?? Preheat oven, but as far as I can see it is top of the stove?? Help!

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  79. Yes, you overlooked the step to set aside in a warm oven. Enjoy!

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  80. oops!!
    Thanks Gina!! I'm a goof!!

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  81. This was sooooo GOOD!!!!

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  82. I made this tonight for dinner and we LOVED it! :) The white wine in the sauce really made it taste decadent. I will definitely make this again! I followed all of the instructions and didn't change a thing. Fabulous!

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  83. Hi Gina, I absolutely love this blog. Congrats on all your success. I made this for dinner, and as a paranoid Weight Watcher I redid the points saying its just too good to be true. I am coming up with 6 point per serving at 4 servings. Is it meant to be 6 servings at 4 points possibly? Where am I going wrong in my calculations? Thanks!

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  84. I'm wondering if it's the wine, I based my calculations off the nutritional info and I've noticed the points plus calculator will give you different results than the recipe builder.

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  85. OMG, this might be my fave so far, and I've tried a lot of your recipes. I just loved the flavor and the freshness of it all. I did add shallots and snap peas, served it over wild and brown rice mix. It was fantastic!

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  86. I love this dish and another thing I have done to mix it up a bit is to add artichoke hearts. super yum

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  87. I made this the other night and my hubby and I both loved it. I somehow missed the part about dredging the chicken in flour first, though, but once I realised I left it off, I just added it to the pan with the mushrooms before I poured in the wine and stock and it still made a really nice sauce.

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  88. GREAT RECIPE! This has a chicken Marsala taste that was just like a fancy restaurant!! I give this one 5 stars!! Perfect. I added more chicken broth as the sauce got low and it tasted perfect!!

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  89. Jen Lepley-Callan5/15/11, 8:57 PM

    This was completely awesome!! Made it with vegan "chicken" and regular chicken served with couscous, roasted cauliflower and roasted summer squash. It was amazing!! YUM!!

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  90. I love your site. I made this the other day and it was delicious. I'm thinking about doubling or possibly tripling this recipe for a party. Do you think this can be "made-ahead" and then warmed up? Or would that make the chicken tough? Thanks for all the great recipes, keep 'em coming.

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  91. I would slightly under-cook the chicken, this way when you heat it up it won't get overcooked.

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  92. I'm making this tonight and adding asparagus to it too. I can't wait!

    Jen

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  93. Down 6lbs WW week one. A huge thank you to you. Your recipes were at the core of this success. Thank you for making it so simple, fun and unbelievably scrumptious to lose weight! This one was my favorite.

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  94. Great! It fills me with delight to hear I'm helping!

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  95. I made 5 of your meals over the past 8days and this has been my very FAVORITE so far. The entire family loved it too! Your site ROCKS!

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  96. I finally got around to making this ne tonight. I used onions instead of the mushrooms. It was so amazing! I could have eaten the whole pan! I'm so excited about your new ratings! Now I'm going back and rating all my faves!

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  97. My mom used to make a casserole with chicken and Golden Mushroom soup over rice. It was one of those childhood comfort foods that I loved, but when I stopped eating red meat (10+ years ago) I could no longer make it due to beef stock in the soup.

    I'd pretty much forgotten about that dish until I made this tonight. Served over brown rice with an artichoke on the side, it was the light and healthy version of a childhood classic. My husband loved it as well. This was my first recipe of yours to try, and I look forward to many more. Thanks!

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  98. This was super good! My family asked that I make it again soon! So far they have loved every recipe from your blog. Thanks again Gina.

    Danielle in Las Vegas

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  99. Angel H. in Memphis, TN.6/3/11, 11:17 AM

    I made this dish last night and it was simply....AMAZING!!!! I love your site, the ease of your recipes, the fact that you are able to give 'healthy' a great taste that my family enjoys :) It makes our dinner time even better to know that they are enjoying something that isnt junk food!

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  100. Tried this this evening. Very good. We ate this on top of a quarter cabbage - perfect.

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  101. Oh, baby, this was good! I substituted white grape juice instead of white wine and served it over brown rice. It was AWESOME!! THANK YOU!

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  102. Next time I am going to have to make it smaller, in the individual portion sizes so that I don't keep PICKING AT IT!!! I want to eat the whole batch!

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  103. BTW, here are a few recipes that I make that I thought you may enjoy!!

    http://vittlesdivine.blogspot.com/2009/12/no-cream-creamy-potato-soup.html

    http://vittlesdivine.blogspot.com/2009/11/super-salmon-or-fantastic-fish.html

    http://vittlesdivine.blogspot.com/2011/01/pumpkin-pancakes-with-apple-syrup.html

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  104. Whole family loved this tonight! I doubled the wine/broth to have more sauce, then served over whole wheat spaghetti :) wonderful!

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  105. This was so delicious my kids ate it! So easy they helped to make it!

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  106. Made this tonight using leftover lemon pepper chicken. I used fresh thyme instead of the parsley, and I added fresh peas. Yummmmm!

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  107. I made this yesterday and it was delicious!! (Though I think I used slightly too much garlic for what the bf likes, next time I'll use 3 cloves worth instead of 4)

    So tasty and filling!!!!

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  108. Gina you are so wonderful!! This is now one of my favorite dishes!! My hubby loved it too!! We are both trying to lose some weight and I am on your website trying all your dishes. I have not found one that I have not loved!! Thank you for all your hard work!!!

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  109. Isn't this great! And easy too :)

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  110. My sister and I LOVE your site! We make recipes from here often. We loved this recipe tonight! We also made the Pasta w/ Asparagus and had that on the side--Delicious! Thanks, Gina, for all of your hard work and dedication to helping us all eat healthfully and lose weight!

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  111. This is soooooo yummy! I made it 2 weeks ago and froze the leftovers. I thawed them yesterday and we ate the rest today. Sooooo yummy!

    Thanks Gina!

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  112. I am wondering how you calculate your points plus values. While I love your recipes, when I just ran this through recipe builder (without the wine even) it came up as more than 4 points. And I entered it as 6 servings!

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  113. Laura, I run the nutritional info through the WW calculator, but recipes with alcohol give you different results using the calculator as opposed to the recipe builder. I personally feel the alcohol cooks out so I leave the points plus values I get using the calculator.

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  114. I made this the other day and it was delicious! I just stumbled upon your blog a couple weeks ago after joining Weight Watchers and I must say, this is GREAT site. All of your recipes look delicious! And love that you add the point value onto the post. Thanks for doing this!

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  115. What kind of wine do you use?

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  116. I use Pinot Grigio because that is what I drink and have on hand.

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  117. Just made this tonight and it was so yummy. :)

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  118. YUM! I made this for dinner tonight, and it's a new household favorite. I've tried a few recipes from your site, and we've loved all of them. As far as we're concerned, you can do no wrong!

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  119. Erin, I hope I can live up to that!

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  120. I'd like to make this for a dinner party. How far in advance can I cook and leave in the oven at 200 degrees? Thanks.

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  121. Cooked this two nights ago. I wasn't sure hubby would like it because he is not a mushroom fan but I knew he would it the chicken. He LOVED the mushrooms too. Even went back and got extra mushrooms from the dish and ate them with no chicken. The leftovers heated up well for my lunch the next day also. Definitely a keeper recipe - Thanks Gina!!!

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  122. I LOVE THIS RECIPE! This will definitely be a permanent recipe in my house. Thanks!

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  123. I cooked this today for my family, It was so delicious and tasty. Even my daughter who doesn't like mushrooms loved it. My husband said that this must be on our weekly menu. Thank you so much..

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  124. Gina, what kind of "white wine" do you recommend? I don't think I've ever actually cooked with wine before, so I don't know what types of white wine are appropriate for something like this. Help?

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  125. Allison, I prefer Sauvignon blanc since it is a drier white wine but I have also used moscato which is a very sweet white. Both were good but I am a fan of the drier wines so go with what you like, hope that helps!

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  126. Made this tonight using an unoaked chardonnay. Delicious, as always! Thanks for posting such great, healthy recipes!!

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  127. I made this for dinner last night and it was DELICIOUS!!!! Thank you for the great recipe!

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  128. I wanted to eat this sauce with a spoon, it was so good! Cooked chops until almost done, removed and covered, made the sauce and then reurned the chops to the sauce for a few final mins. Also made with your roasted cauliflower, which was great. I may have put a bit of sauce on that too....

    Steph

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  129. I love your blog! Thank you for using REAL ingredients to make healthy food. Very inspirational :)

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  130. I made this for dinner tonight and it is delicious. Even my picky DH said it was delicious. He especially loved the mushrooms.
    yvonne

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  131. Hi Gina! Trying this dish for dinner tonight and I am very excited! It looks delicious! Just wanted to let you know that I plugged it into my Recipe Builder on WW online, and it comes out to 6 Points+ per serving, as opposed to 4.

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  132. Oh, and for only 1T flour, it's 5. Forgot to include that!

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  133. I made this a few weeks ago and ended up freezing it. Still tasted amazing after reheating from the freezer. THANKS for so many great recipes. You make my Sunday marathon cooking sessions so much easier - and healthier!!!

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  134. Thanks Sarah, the alcohol doesn't show up in the nutritional info. I just updated.

    Donna, that's good to know, thanks for sharing!

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  135. I am new to this blog. A friend sent me the link last week. We made this chicken last night. Simple, amazing & delicious. Thank you so much!! We are making the shrimp curry tonight. Finally dinner is not a battle any longer. We can never figure out what to make. We are always looking for healthy meals for our family. Thanks you, thank you, thank you!!

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  136. I am avoiding frying food (due to ulcer) but can this chicken be baked or broiled instead?

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  137. LOOOOOOve this recipe! I use baby bella mushrooms!

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  138. This was delicious. Love your site - I am new to WW. I just had to use one more tsp of oil to finish sauteing the chicken and I topped with cilantro (I didn't have parsley) and chopped scallions. Loved it! Thank you. —SBE

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  139. Gina, I just made this but instead of white wine, I used Marsala because I absolutely love chicken marsala. It worked perfectly with the chicken stock I made yesterday (from your blog as well.) It reduced down beautifully to a carmel marsala sauce. Your blog has certainly been enjoyable. Thank you so much!

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  140. Just made this (actually I'm eating it as I type) and it's fantastic. My boyfriend approves and I think this will be a meal that we have often. Not a big fan of mushrooms myself but having them cook with the broth and wine makes them taste so good. Thumbs up! Wonderful meal.

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  141. I just made this and my fiance and I thought it was absolutely wonderful! Thanks for the amazing recipe :)

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  142. OMG this was delish!!! I just finished eating it and I simply had to review. It was superb.
    Low fat and full flavor!
    Bravo!!!

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  143. This was awesome!! I used thyme instead of parsley and added some zucchini and onions with the mushrooms. Soo good! I will definitely be making this again...thank you!! Heather

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  144. I made this last night and it was absolutely delicious! My husband loved it, too. I neglected to tell him it was weight watchers friendly so I think that made it more enticing for him! Thanks for such a wonderful web site - you rock!

    Linda

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  145. YUMMM!! Definitely a delicious meal & a keeper. Thanks! :)

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  146. I'm eating this right now & it is so good! I served it over brown rice with a side of the roasted broccoli with smashed garlic. Yum, yum, yum!

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  147. This was awesome! My husband loved it too! I added in some onions and fresh green chile (I live in an area where it is abundant) for spice. I served it over an ounce of whole wheat pasta. I made your fresh roasted green beans with parmesan cheese to go with it. It was a hit! I'll definitely be adding this to my recipe box! Thanks for your continued awesome recipes!

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  148. Made this tonight and it was really good! Used a combo of baby bellas and white mushrooms. Yum... Your recipes have helped in my weight loss journey. I have even served your recipes to my father-in-law (staunch Italian!) and he always eats everything up! I will continue to use your recipes for good, quick homecooked meals. Thanks!

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  149. this was fantastic, im from the U.K and doing weightwatchers. Me and my boyfriend loved this (he isnt even on ww ) we had it saturday night and decided we wanted it again tonight ...fabulous x

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  150. This was amazing!! I have just re-started my weight loss journey after gaining back 20 of the 55 pounds I lost and I can tell your recipes are going to be a huge help. Made this for dinner tonight and it was unbelievably delicious!

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  151. O.M.G!! This is delicious!!! I used double the mushrooms (yes, I like lots of mushrooms) and used Marsala wine served over linguini. My husband went back for thirds, I asked him if he was starving or was it THAT good and he said it was THAT good! This is a huge hit and will be a regular on our menu!

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  152. Super Yummie!! Added 2 zucchini to the recipe and it was delish!!

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  153. This recipe is so, so good. All of your recipes are great, but this one may be my favorite so far. The sauce is creamy, flavorful, and absolutely perfect. It doesn't taste like a healthy meal! I'll be sharing this recipe and blog with all my friends!

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  155. This was DELISH! Entire family LOVED this...19 month old, 7 and 10. Made with baked rice and corn (not big pea fans). Will surely make again.

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  156. This is the most fantastic recipe! Delicious! Easy recipe to follow! Thanks! Mmmm!

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  157. This dish is simple and sounds really delicious, the ingredients are easy to find. I like to try it as I have done with this dish with chicken that I've discovered u on another site and that I also love to share with you
    This is the page of the site in its original
    http://www.flowmagazine.gr/article/view/Chicken_a_la_creme_with_grilled_vegetables/category/quality_of_life
    and here the translated link
    http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=el&sl=el&tl=en&u=www.flowmagazine.gr/category/view/C70/tastes
    i hope u will like it as i did .

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  158. This was a big hit with my husband and I! Thanks for the great recipe!

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  159. I just made this for dinner - the chicken came out PERFECTLY, with a slightly crisp outer layer, and tender and juicy inside. The mushroom sauce was also delicious, but it was a little thin. It didn't really absorb into the chicken, it just kind of went all over the plate. Still yummy and really easy to make! I served it with roasted basil green beans and tomatoes.

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  160. Adding leeks and artichokes....more bulk, but no extra points!

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  161. New fan here! Saw you on pinterest last night, and made this dish tonight since I already had all the ingredients. Delish! Thank you, just trying to pick the next one to try!

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  162. I've been wanting to try this for months and tonight was the night. So amazing!! It did take me about 30 minutes but I wasn't totally on task I must admit. I served it with some bulgur with cherry tomatoes and artichoke hearts and steamed broccoli and it was seriously to die for! Your recipes continue to impress - keep 'em coming.

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  163. This was awesome! I am new to your blog. I was so tired of the same bland food with weight watchers. You have made ww a whole lot easier. Thank you!

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  164. Tried tonight via Pintrest and it was wonderful. I put mine over noodles because I have a picky eater who only eats plain noodles. Served with a green salad. I also doubled the wine because we like extra sauce. Added about a tsp. of left over flour to adjust for the extra wine. Picky eater or not, next time its going over the rice, I can only imagine the yumminess when it soaks up the sauce! My only complaint was there were no leftovers in the house!

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  165. heather poole2/8/12, 8:05 PM

    Thank you for sharing this recipe. I made it tonight for dinner. It was wonderful! I decided to put my chicken back in the sauce and let it cook for a few more minutes with the top on. The chicken really soaked up the flavors. Wow, this was good. I will def. be making it again.

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  166. I love this recipe and make it all the time with sauteed kale or spinach. YUMMO! Thank you!

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  167. Hi Gina! I'm really looking forward to making this dish. I've made a couple of your recipes before and they were great! Just for clarification, and this may be apoor question, but do you use two separate skillets? Once you put the chicken in the oven, do you then use a separate skillet or add everything to the same skillet that's in the oven with the chicken? Thak you in advance!

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  168. Just wanted to say that I made this tonight for my boyfriend & I- it was absolutely wonderful. Boyfriend had two large helpings & asked when I'll be making it again! So just wanted to say thanks, and I can't wait to try some more of your recipes!

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  169. Made this tonight and the whole family loved it (including 2 kids one of whom is picky, picky). I did use some Marsala wine instead regular white wine-hopefully I didn't throw off the points too much, but I added a point just in case. Served it with barilla plus pasta and asparagus..yum!!

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  170. I made this for dinner and really impressed my hubby! He said it tasted like something he might order at a restaurant! WOW! Has AMAZING flavor with just the few ingredients! Pretty healthy too! We had it with roasted asparagus and quinoa! Will definitely make again and will pass along the recipe!

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  171. if you dont cook with wine but still want it to taste the same, I use Alcohol Removed wine made by Fre - 2010 premium white - looks like wine/tastes like wine but is alcohol free. I buy it at Giant in the alcohal mix isle. http://www.frewines.com/

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  172. Tried this recipe last week and it was WONDERFUL!!! So easy and delish! Thanks so much for all the great ideas on this site, each one I've tried so far have been amazing.

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  173. This recipe is AMAZING!!! My children even LOVED it!! I have cooked 2 of your recipes this week and BOTH were fabulous!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

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  174. This was excellent!! Thank you so much for creating these delicious recipes!!

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  175. I made this two nights ago and it was amazing! The leftovers today were just as good!

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  176. Hey Gina - I love your site. Thank you so much for the healthy, yummy recipes. I plugged your nutrition info in my food tracker for WW and it it added up to 4 points plus, not 6. I used your numbers for fat, carbs, fiber and protein. Just making sure I'm entering everything in right. Thanks!

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  177. I made something similar recently. I cooked the chicken for just 3-4 minutes on each side, and then returned the chicken to the pan to simmer in the broth/wine for 5-10 minutes before serving. It makes the chicken extra juicy and tender!

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  178. Made this tonight for dinner and we loved it! Thanks so much!

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  179. Any suggestions for people who are allergic to mushrooms?? My husband LOVES them, but I however am allergic so of course I'll make the mushrooms for him, but as for me...not so sure. Any suggestions?

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  180. Made this for the first time tonight....what an AWESOME recipe! I served it with 1/2 a cup of brown rice mixed with (frozen) spinach. So so good. I also squeezed in a little lemon juice towards the end to add a little citrus.

    I made the whole recipe so I could have leftover the next few days---looking forward to them.

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  181. Added more chicken stock and whole wheat egg noodles to give a beef strogonoff feel (we no longer eat beef, which is depressing when you have to give your favorite dish up) and it was soooo good. Surprisingly, Very similar to beef strogonoff! With the stock, sour cream, and mushrooms... it was basically the same. Dare i say, i didn't even miss the beef. And the kids finished this off before i finished my side salad. I'm not kidding. Thank you!!! Again!

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  183. Melissa Plumlee4/23/12, 8:14 PM

    Hi there. This was amazing, as well as all your other dishes!

    I was just curious why this says 6 points but when plugged into the ww calculator it says 4 points.... any ideas?

    Thanks!

    Melissa

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  184. No lie, I make this at least once a week. Sometimes two, and the leftovers are GREAT!

    Amazing recipe.

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  185. mmm this was sooo super good! The chicken was divine and the sauce was light and flavorful! I paired this with wild and brown rice thank you for these great recipies!

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  186. I make this all the time! It is delicious - I add a whole shallot too. Adds to the tastiness!

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  187. This dish is so delicious. Thank you so much for the post!

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  188. I made this and it was delicioso!

    bugmei

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  189. This is great served over some simple sauteed spinach instead of rice.

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  190. Cindy Krenke6/2/12, 3:09 PM

    Chicken and mushrooms in a white garlic wine sauce. I made some fattening spaghetti with it, but still just 9 points for this plateful. I liked it; it gets an A :-)

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  191. I made this last night and it was absolutely delicious. So excited for the leftovers!

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