In a large skillet, saute:
1/3 cup Olive Oil
1 Tablespoon Fresh Rosemary, minced (or 1 teaspoon dried)
2 cloves Fresh Garlic with skins on
When garlic begins to soften, remove and discard skins, and smash garlic into Olive Oil
While Garlic is cooking, add to a gallon-size Ziploc bag:
1 Cup Flour
1/2 teaspoon each, salt and pepper
Dredge thin-sliced Chicken Breasts in Flour mixture.
Pan-fry Chicken in scented Olive Oil until lightly browned (about 5 minutes a side)
Pour in 1 Cup Red Wine (we used Beaujolais)
Simmer for about 10 minutes, turning to coat
Add about 2 Cups mixed Cherry Tomatoes, halved, or quartered, depending on their size
We had 2 Garlic Roasted Artichokes left, so I cut the meat off the leaves,then cleaned them and diced the hearts – you could also use about 8 frozen, or canned Artichokes
Simmer over medium-low heat until tomatoes soften.
Plate Chicken and spoon sauce over it.
|Braveheart claims every blanket he finds!|
Oh, look at sweet Braveheart! This chicken sounds wonderful…especially now since I have rosemary growing in the garden. It will be an excellent weeknight offering…thanks, Susan!
This is such a perfect well-balanced meal. I haven’t had wild rice in awhile and seeing this post makes me want to make it tonight!
Love your kitty…Great name! This chicken dish looks scrumptious and cooked with those cherry tomatoes wow! My husband would love this. Thanks for the recipe.
Everything looks amazingly delicious here Susan, I have to stop by more often! Peach ice cream is my favorite and I want to try David L’s recipe. I love your assortment of fresh bakes biscuits and this chicken dish, wow, you are an inspiration!
I think you’ll love this week’s salad from FFWD and definitely try the burrata cheese, it’s so good!
The CafĂ© SucrĂ© Farine says
Looks like a great meat, can I come for dinner? Beautiful colors and great flavor combinations!
I haven’t had dinner yet, and my mouth waters with this gorgeous meal. If Braveheart claims every blanket, for some reason Gatamiaux loves my reusable bags.
Kris' Kitchen says
I’ve been looking through several of your posts and they are so beautiful, well photographed, and I love Braveheart… You do a very nice job on your blog.