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Sauteed Chicken Breasts with Creamy Chive Sauce

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

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (796 votes)

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.



READER'S COMMENT:
"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...

105 Reviews for Sauteed Chicken Breasts with Creamy Chive Sauce

03/15/2012
Anonymous

Definately a keeper. Sauce tasted amazing. Great for a regular week night or for company. If I were serving it to company, would want to thicken the sauce up a bit by adding a little less broth or increasing the amount of flour or sour cream.

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03/13/2012
Anonymous
Whole family enjoyed!

I was tired of cooking two ways for my family........."diet" for me, and regular for my family. This recipes was like by all and no one knew it was low calorie!

Easy & flavorful
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03/05/2012
Anonymous
Substitution question

Has anyone tried substituting greek yogurt for sour cream? Not a big fan of the latter. I always use this substitution in eatingwell recipes and it tastes great, but just wondering if anyone had any feedback!

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02/22/2012
Anonymous

Tried this last night. Was so good I had to share it with Facebook!

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02/14/2012
Anonymous
Very good, would make for dinner guests!

Loved this recipe, tastes high calorie, would serve to guests! Relatively easy to prep and the sauce is drinkable! Used onions instead of shallots and was still great! Loved all the helpful reviews! Tastes like something I would eat out @ a restaurant!!!

Relatively easy, tasty
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