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Seared Chicken with Apricot Sauce

May/June 2009

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Fresh apricots, white wine, apricot preserves and tarragon combine in a quick sauce that's delicious on chicken. We pound the chicken thin so that it cooks in just a couple of minutes. Let this basic recipe inspire you to create your own variations. Try different combinations of wine (or even fruit juice with a touch of vinegar) and other fruits and preserves. Serve with: Quinoa or brown rice and sautéed spinach.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Easy and tasty. Unfortunately could not get fresh apricots. The dried ones I used were high-quality, chewy and flavorful. Will try it with fresh apricots when I next stumble upon them but its good with the dried version too and is an...
Seared Chicken with Apricot Sauce

33 Reviews for Seared Chicken with Apricot Sauce

11/05/2013
Anonymous
Great Dish for Picky Eaters

I made this recipe for my picky boyfriend since we have a tough time finding dishes we both like and it was perfect! Sweet, but not overwhelmingly so. I would definitely recommend this, especially for a group with diverse tastes.

pretty quick, very tasty, not too complicated
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10/24/2013
Anonymous
30 minutes Excellent diner

Use a can of abricots works fine .
I used red wine instead tasted great.
Slice some lemon skin for the spinache

Juicy chicken nice sauce Easy to make
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09/07/2013
Anonymous

Delicious, easy, attractive, nutritious
Ann from Orlando

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09/07/2013
Anonymous

Delicious, easy, attractive, nutritious
Ann from Orlando

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09/07/2013
Anonymous

Delicious, easy, attractive, nutritious
Ann from Orlando

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