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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.



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"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...

102 Reviews for Sauteed Chicken Breasts with Creamy Chive Sauce

09/25/2009
Anonymous

This is an excellent recipe. I've made it with both chicken breast and pork tenderloin. Can't decide which one I prefer. I found this to be fairly quick and simple to make. My family loves it too.

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

This was a huge hit with my picky family!

Anjila, Colorado Springs, CO

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

Substituted turkey chops. DELICIOUS!!!

Myra, Chalfont, PA

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

This is a great recipe because it adapts well to approximations. As a single who loves to cook and loves leftovers, I just used the recipe as a guide and disregarded actual measurements. Still turned out absolutely delicious. The leftovers were yummy as well. I made this with my special rice recipe and simple asparagus, which I cooked in the same pan as the chicken (they were skinny).

Lola, Lansdale, PA

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09/25/2009
Anonymous

Very good. Family really enjoyed it. I used wheat flour instead of all purpose which seemed to start to overbrown really quickly, so you have to watch it, but it turned out deliciously. Next time, instead of shallots, I think I will just use a cup of onion -- onion is cheaper, and I don't think the flavor is much different.

Jamie, Bradenton, FL

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