This balsamic chicken is a delicious, bright and sweet combination of mint, grapes, balsamic vinegar and chicken. Savory and sweet. Really enjoyable chicken dish. One warning, however -- it's quite challenging to clean up in a non-stick pan if you let the glaze carmelize too long!
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leogirl3 , 1 years agoRefreshing summer dish!! Whole family loved the new flavors and we got to use the mint from our garden! I only had one fennel bulb so I added celery and a green onion.
Sugarbows , 1 years agoFor me, it was too much work for the output. Wouldn't make again probably.
cjmonte , 2 years agoLike many, I was intrigued by the ingredients. I thought that I would like this, but I was not so sure about my daughter and wife. Everyone loved the chicken and the slaw! The only addition I made was to add the marinade to my skillet after browning both sides of the chicken. I covered the skillet and steam/cooked the chicken the rest of the way. It came out juicy and added a little more flavor (IMHO). Great recipe.
ChefThom , 2 years agoI was unsure about this recipe at first. I made it because my wife requested it and it turned out very good. The different flavors go very well together. Thanks for a great idea!
stoleek , 2 years agoI've made this several times now and portion it out for my lunches. It tastes great freshly made and it also makes for a yummy gluten free meal later; I keep it in three containers and mix at work - chicken (to reheat), slaw mixture, then spinach (so it doesn't get limp) My husband loves it for lunch too.
Lynn1143 , 2 years agoThis recipe was a blend of healthy and exotic. The spinach/fennel/mint slaw was amazing with balsamic chicken. Wouldn't change anything...just perfect. Lynn