Classic Chicken Marsala Recipe ~ Just like Olive Garden


Hi everyone I’m Tess and tonight for
dinner I’m making a rich classic chicken marsala. I’m starting by making a simple
mushroom broth. I’m taking the stems of the mushrooms and placing them in a
couple cups of water and simmering for about 15 to 20 minutes. You can use
chicken broth for this recipe but I like the rich mushroom flavor. Tonight I have
a couple chicken breasts that I cut into similar size pieces. You should use
chicken cutlets or pound the chicken into a quarter inch thickness but I’m
just being lazy tonight. I’m dredging the pieces in some all-purpose flour, salt
and black pepper making sure I thoroughly coat each side and shaking
off any excess. I’m frying the chicken in a medium to medium-high heat pan with
some olive oil. I’m just frying the chicken on each side
for a couple minutes or until they have a nice golden crust and then I’m
removing from the pan. The chicken is not fully cooked but it will finish cooking
in the sauce. In the same pan on medium heat I’m
adding in some diced onion and you can use shallots. Just tossing in the pan and
then adding in my mushrooms and a little salt and black pepper. I didn’t add any
oil to the pan because the mushrooms will release a good bit of water, deglaze
the pan and pick up all that flavor on the bottom. I’m also adding in some
sliced garlic. Letting this cook for about 5 minutes or until most of the
liquid is gone. Now I’m adding in the Marsala wine. There
is a dry and sweet Marsala wine, just make sure you get the dry. Letting the
wine cook for a couple minutes and then I’m adding in my mushroom broth and this
is going to add a lot of flavor and richness. I’m turning my heat up, bringing
this to a simmer and adding my chicken and all the juices back into the pan.
This chicken will only take about five more minutes to thoroughly cook. I’m
going to turn and baste the chicken a couple times. If you’re using chicken cutlets
that may only take a minute or two to heat through and coat with the sauce. Just a reminder that you’ll be able to
find this recipe, the list of ingredients and much more in the show more section
below. I’ve also included links where you can purchase online some of the
ingredients and equipment that I use in this video recipe. If you have a chance
please check it out. A couple last ingredients before we are
done. Adding some fresh chopped parsley and a couple of tablespoons of cold
unsalted butter. This will help thicken the sauce. Cooking for another minute or
two and it’s ready. The sauce is creamy rich and good. The chicken is nice and
tender and of course I just love the mushrooms. You can serve this with
potatoes, noodles, rice or even some steamed broccoli sounds good. I hope you
give this chicken marsala dinner a try and enjoy. If you like this video recipe please hit
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