Chicken Scallopine with Morels and Spring Vegetables

  • doonette Posted: 03/31/10
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    I was completely underwhelmed by this. I got great reactions from my guests, but have gotten equally great -- if not moreso -- reactions to a good quality meatloaf. For the price, I think it's only average.

  • Emscot20 Posted: 01/08/10
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    A favorite! It's very easy to make and I frequently substitute fresh mushrooms for the dry. I also use Fat-Free Half and Half to lighten the recipe further. It's a quick, impressive dinner.

  • dorothyb Posted: 03/25/11
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    This was delicious. I didn't use morels, but instead I used a dried mushroom mix. I also sauteed 8 oz of Cremini mushrooms after cooking the chicken, before adding the asparagus to the pan. All in all, it was fast and easy!

  • Breecanna Posted: 03/23/10
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    I made this recipe last spring and it was fantastic. I had some porcini powder left over to make scallopine another time. Pricey ingredients, but worth it.

  • tashamamii3 Posted: 03/25/11
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    I was super excited when i came across this recipe then i started making it and started to think this is going to be horrible it smelled gross to me and i just didnt think it would be good. now not only do i like it but my kids do to!! costly but great i used regular onions that i cooked in butter instead of scallions.

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