This was just delicious. My husband inhaled it. I used the convection roast function on my oven and produced the most moist roast chicken ever. It wasn't a difficult recipe and will definitely be making this again.
this was a very good recipe. the chicken turned out tender and full of flavor. the mushrooms were good, although i might eliminate the added salt. the polenta with asiago was very tasty.
Served this for my Christmas dinner and it was a huge success. I used a 5.5 lb turkey breast instead of a whole chicken and it turned out phenomenal. I doubled the gravy - it was delicious. I did overcook the polenta slightly, it thickened up a little too much, but live and learn, right? The mushrooms were amazing. Just delicious!
Absolutely delicious. Followed the directions except skimming fat off the drippings before making "gravy" (which was really more of a jus). Just ran out of time. I'll skim the leftover jus after the fat congeals in the fridge. I used 3/4 c regular (not quick cooking polenta), and will increase polenta by 50% next time as we have lots of chicken, jus and mushrooms left, not a lot of polenta. Not sure - maybe the yield is less on the regular v. quick cooking?
Excellent, worthy of a holiday meal or dinner guests.
I made this for my husband and myself last night and we both continually raved over the results. It was a late nght at work, so I decided to skip roasting the chicken and used boneless, skinless breasts instead, sauteeing them with the ingredients called for with the bird and it worked wonderfully. I deglazed the pan with the white wine. Easy and quick for a weeknight meal.
This is a case of me wishing I knew ahead of time how much prep time was involved. There is a lot of time required in putting this together. It was tasty and we enjoyed equally the chicken, polenta and mushrooms, but for the length of time it took, I probably won't do it again.
Fantastic recipe. Made it exactly as written and it was great. The orange is very subtle. The truffle /mushroom flavors were wonderful. Highly recommend. I would use a grave separater instead of the baggie thing if you have it.
This dish is outstanding and it makes a spectacular presentation. I served it to company and everyone loved it. I did not change any of the ingredients but when I make it again, I will use less mushrooms. The 20 oz. called for was too much and it makes the dish a little pricey.