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Skillet Chicken with Cranberries & Apples

September/October 2011

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (102 votes)

Celebrate the flavors of fall with chicken cooked in a fast apple-cranberry sauce. If you prefer a less tart flavor, try dried cranberries instead of fresh. Serve with quick-cooking wild rice and roasted Brussels sprouts.


Skillet Chicken with Cranberries & Apples

12 Reviews for Skillet Chicken with Cranberries & Apples

11/29/2012
Anonymous
accurate description

It's good. I used pre-cooked chicken and added orange zest. Also substituted orange juice and water for the cider. The rest I kept the same. Easy, healthy and yummy.

healthy and comforting
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11/17/2012
Tangy seasonal chicken dish

Loved the tartness the fresh cranberries brought. I agree with another critic: start sauteeing the onions about 1 minute before the apple. I used a sweeter apple (all I had on hand) and that helped offset some of the tartness of the berries.

Ingredients easily on hand
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10/03/2012
Anonymous
Quick and delicious

I followed this recipe exactly, and it was fantastic. very easy and quick to assemble.

takes no time to pull together
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10/03/2012
Anonymous
Quick and delicious

I followed this recipe exactly, and it was fantastic. very easy and quick to assemble.

takes no time to pull together
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01/23/2012
Great with dried cranberries

DO NOT use fresh cranberries!! I made this and it was great until I added fresh cranberries. Next time I will use dried as they have sweetness. This is a really good recipes though. Easy, fast and tasty!

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