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Chicken Breasts with Mushroom Cream Sauce

March/April 2008

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (806 votes)

The secret to a good cream sauce is always the same: not too much cream or it can be overpowering, masking the more delicate flavors. Here it contains a bountiful amount of mushrooms and is served over chicken breasts.



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83 Reviews for Chicken Breasts with Mushroom Cream Sauce

08/12/2010
Anonymous

This was DELICIOUS!!! Wow wow wow. In my quest for low calorie meals, I finally found a good one! I prepared it with onions instead of shallots, and no chives, but the results were amazing. I also served it with 1/2 cup of brown rice. Aslo, my VERY PICKY 7 year old came over to watch me cook it and requested some for lunch - and then said it was the best meal he'd ever eaten!

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07/23/2010

Great meal...takes a little prep (at least the first time) but the sauce and the shitake mushrooms added a great flavor to this dish. Served with pasta and green beans to round out a tasty dinner.

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07/17/2010
Anonymous

I just watched the movie Julie and Julia and wanted to make this dish. However, I wanted something a little healthier then the original Julia Child recipe. It was amazing!!!!! My boyfriend is not a huge lover of mushrooms and he gobbled them all up! This recipe is going straight into the permanent recipe box!

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06/30/2010
Anonymous

This dish was perfect!! Great for two people, amazing flavor!! My boyfriend said it was the best chicken he had ever had, and he is the one who usually does the cooking!!!

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05/19/2010

This was AMAZING! I served it with whole wheat olive oil and garlic couscous and steamed broccoli. As a leftover hater, I usually send all of the leftovers with my fiance, but I set aside some for myself and it was so good even the next day! I'll definitely be making this again and again!

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