Mixed reviews at my table. Lacking in Marsala flavor as others have said. But still flavorful. I added the spinach at the end and it wilted perfectly. I did let the broth mixture cook down a little longer so it wouldn't be too liquidy. Interesting with Quinoa. Might be better over steamed brown rice. Might make again.Read More
Great outcome, have made it twice. Doubled the spinach & included chard, nice addition. Also amped up the quinoa by sauteing 2 pcs of bacon, then cooking quinoa w/sage sprig, finished with chives & parsley. If you prep all the ingredients the process is pretty straight forward & utilizes the same saute pan for the mushrooms, greens, chicken & final assembly. I will increase Marsala next time to 3/4 cup or more.Read More
I used heirloom quinoa, 16 oz of cremini mushrooms, and doubled the sauce- I will definitely make this dish again as a quick healthy meal for my family. we had steamed green beans with fresh lemon zest on the side as well.Read More
I wish I had read reviews before deciding to make it. I thought it was mediocre and not worth the trouble. It took much longer than stated in the recipe. The sauce was watery and never did thicken or taste buttery. I think I would have preferred mushrooms that were sliced vs. quartered.Read More
A BIG YUCK! I wish I could find something positive to say........so much work for such little satisfaction; mustard - just added to overall bad experience add in too salty. This isn't even a possible lets try to tweek.Read More
Quinoa was under cooked. Spinach/mushroom mixture was too liquid. Needs more Marsala flavor and for the sauce to be thicker. Next time I'd use frozen chopped spinach and thoroughly drain it.Read More
Like so many things from CL, it takes twice as long to cook as the recipe suggests and is alright. I also found the quinoa to still be a bit undercooked and as another reviewer noted, the flavor of the marsala is barely there. The kitchen smelled wonderful the whole night after cooking this and I just wish it tasted as rich and wonderful as it left my kicthen smelling. Instead, more humdrum blandness from the pages of Cooking Light. It's not that this is a bad recipe, it's just that it's underflavored and underwhelming given how long it takes to cook.Read More
You might want to check your Marsala to make sure that it is still good.Read More
This was delicious. I left out the dijon mustard because that just seemed weird. Made all of the quinoa but halved the chicken/mushroom/spinach mixture since I was only cooking for 1.
I was pretty excited to make this as I love anything marsala. But I was terribly let down. This barely had a flavor of marsala. Love the mushroom to chicke ratio tho. Maybe I will try again with more marsala?
This recipe is so delicious! I was afraid I'd be hungry again soon after eating it, but it was very hearty and filling.Read More
I followed the recipe as written except I didn't have any fresh thyme so I used 1 tablespoon of dried thyme. It was delicious and my husband loved it. I will definitely make this again!Read More