It was excellent. The chicken was very moist. Only modification is that the wine/stock combination was a little dry, so I had to add some water to it, and I put it in a small pot rather than a skillet so that the liquid can cover all the chicken. Served it over couscous with almonds and raisins, and it was fantastic! Thanks for the recipe!
Old-Fashioned Chicken Fricassee
MarianneS Posted: 12/29/10
foxegurl266 Posted: 12/16/10
Chicken came out incredibly moist and flavorful. I didn't have any white wine and my celery had gone bad so I can only imagine that this dish would be even better with ALL the ingredients. The carrots came out delicously as well.
Bella30 Posted: 01/21/11
This recipe was very easy to follow and the result was delicious! Very flavorful and moist chicken that my young son loved. I served this with some roasted potatoes for my husband and son and I had this dish and a side salad. Was very filling!
promogal Posted: 01/16/12
Delicious! Served over rice. I bet over couscous like MarrianeS did would be a better texture & not so mushy.
CooksAlot317 Posted: 03/20/13
This was easy and tasty. It does seem to have a strong seasoning taste to it but i can't figure out which one it is. Overall a good dish and I would make again.
104jewel Posted: 04/21/13
This recipe was missing something. The onions came thru beautifully, but the (smoked) paprika just seemed to disappear. I added extra salt, pepper and fresh thyme. I had to broil the chicken breasts after sauteeing them. Still, overall, a good recipe. We had it with brown rice, steamed broccoli and steamed asparagus. I plan to give this recipe another shot. Thanks, cooking light
Zamboni Posted: 12/19/12
We really enjoyed this. I used dry sherry instead of white wine since I had some open in the fridge. Otherwise followed the recipe. So good! Next time I will put some kale in the stew because we felt it could use more green. I will definitely make this one again. We served the stew in a bowl, alongside roasted broccoli and roasted acorn squash.
Alhama Posted: 12/31/12
Try replacing the reserved flour mixture with 2 tabelspoons of tomato paste.
LadyAlethea Posted: 01/29/13
This was outstanding! I used olive oil instead of butter (a combination of 0 calorie spray and about half the listed amount), but that's a typical substitution for me. And I used boneless/skinless thighs for this instead of breasts. Otherwise, I followed this as written. It was intensely aromatic and so filling and comforting, and the carrots were a nice way to add a veggie that's not a particular favorite in my house. I served it over white rice, though I think it would have gone just as well with brown or wild rice, couscous or quinoa, or even potatoes (even spaghetti squash or smashed cauliflower would be good with this). Add peas, and it was a wonderful, easy dinner for a rainy Tuesday night. Definitely going in our regular rotation.
terrihughes Posted: 09/16/12
Really delicious comfort food. I would recommend slightly seasoning the raw chicken before dredging it in the flour.
Sandyk1 Posted: 03/07/13
This was out of this world. I used boneless skinless chicken breasts because that was what I had to use up. I put 1/2 cup heavy cream in the sauce (because I wanted to use it up too) and thickened it a bit more with some cornstarch because I didn't want leftover chicken stock and used the entire box. Would be good with rabbit, too. I served over rice and had a side of fresh broccoli spears. When I was thickening the sauce, I put the chicken on lowest rack in oven and broiled it on high setting a bit (maybe 5 minutes max) to sizzle it up a bit before serving.