Sauteed Chicken Breasts with Creamy Chive Sauce

December 2005/January 2006, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Here's a sauce so delicious, it's missing only one thing: a little crunchy bread to dip in it. Make It a Meal: Serve with steamed asparagus or cauliflower, mashed potatoes or orzo pasta, and a glass of Vinho Verde.

"This is by far one of my all time favorite dishes! I followed the recipe pretty much to a T but used a little less mustard and a little less chives. Everything was amazing! I loved the sauce! I used mashed potatoes and green beans for my...

111 Reviews for Sauteed Chicken Breasts with Creamy Chive Sauce

pretty tasty

This chicken was pretty tasty. Gives you the comfort food feel without the comfort food calories. Definitely a keeper.
Next time I will add some additional pepper.

easy meal

Was great. Omitted the wine and used a little extra broth. My kids had a second helping. Yummy!

Not creamy at all

I followed this recipe and did not get the creamy sauce that was promised. Mine is very liquidy. It's sitting on the stove right now while I decide what to do with it. I'm very disappointed as I can't remember the last time a recipe I followed went so badly. I will not be making this again.

Comments (1)


Anonymous wrote 2 years 3 weeks ago

The flour is meant to create

The flour is meant to create a roux to compensate for the lack of naturally thick ingredients. The recipe doesn't mention that the liquids must be added little by little, allowing the sauce to thicken each time before adding more.


This is one of my favorite dinners. It's a bit of a pain to make but so good. I buy chicken cutlets which are already sliced thin to skip the pounding step.

Absolutely Delicious

A great recipe that is fairly quick, uses only one pan and healthy too. This is an east yet rich tasting dish that I would definitely serve to company!


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