Chicken Forestiere

May/June 1991, EatingWell Serves Two

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A la forestiere (“of the forest”) is characterized by deep, hearty flavors, usually including mushrooms. Our version is lighter than the French classic but still has every bit of the flavor.

Chicken Forestiere

2 Reviews for Chicken Forestiere

Such a Lovely Dish

The meal was lovely, the chicken was tender and the sauce was thick. It smelled lovely, but the white wine taste and smell was prominent. As a none drinker, this put me off a little. I read the last review about it being bland, so I used a thick chicken stock and dry parsley to give it that extra kick.

This meal went down as successful with my parter (a.k.a my guinea pig).

Texture of the chicken and the sauce
Chicken Forestiere on the Hob!

Followed the recipe exactly. I used low sodium chicken broth and thought it need a little more flavor, perhaps add a little salt. Overall excellent recipe. I served over spaghetti noodles with a beet salad.

Quick, easy, nutritious

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