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"I loved this recipe, though I ended up with a pretty different outcome! We couldn't find all the right ingredients and substituted a few hot green peppers (I think I used 2) for the pimento and used dried basil instead of fresh basil (same amount, though). It was still absolutely fantastic if you like spicy food (which I love). The sauce was still delicious and I can imagine how good it would've been w/ the right peppers. I served it with some penne and olive oil with sauted asparagus and garlic on the side. I'll definitely be cooking this one again!"- Daraji
Cuisine: Main Ingredient: Chicken
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- Heat skillet over medium high heat
- Place milk and bread crumbs in separate shallow bowls
- Dip chicken in milk, and then coat with crumbs
- Add chicken to skillet with 1/2 of the butter about 5 min
- Add remaining butter flip chicken and cook another 5 min till chicken is cooked.
- Remove and keep warm
- Add broth to skillet bring to boil over medium heat to remove fond
- Stir in cream, and pimientos; boil and stir for 1 min
- Reduce heat, add parmesan cheese, basil and pepper; cook and stir until heated through.
- Serve chicken with sauce poured over.
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Dkrelleum 1 weeks agovery good. I added a touch of red pepper and garlic to the sauce.
judahbaker 1 weeks agoThis is a great dish, the sauce could be a bit thicker but a touch of corn starch can help that if you desire.
cayococo16 3 weeks agoWonderful flavours. I will make this dish again!
blessinge 1 month agoMy husband and I thought this was a great dish. In fact, there were no leftovers. This is a keeper!
Blairea 1 month agoGreat and easy! A little heavy so would recommend adding pasta or rice with it. Will definitely make again.
kristaramartin 1 month agoAmazing!!, like most I didn't have pimento so I used a spoon full of original rotell to top *after the plate was completed, not mixed with sauce*, it does need CORN STARCH to thicken the sauce otherwise it kind of saturates into chicken, still good But not as pretty. I'm not much for bread crumbs they're a little too heavy but I did coat in panko for a more flaky crispy texture after seasoning with a salt free garlic based season mix (dry chicken of with paper towel before doing in milk). Added a little minced garlic in the sauce mixture, topped with fresh cut onion tops from my herb garden, served with mashed potatoes, garlic cheese toast, a nice pinot grigio and voila I'm a coveted chef lol now only if the bf would turn off the dang tv, I think I need to trade him in lol
lolagrass 1 month agoI rate recipes five stars when it meets all of the following; the taste is delicious, the proportions and instructions are on point AND I dont have to deviate from the actual recipe to make it taste superb. My husband and I enjoyed this recipe as written. The only additions were slight technical ones and will vary depending on your heat source, pan used as well as size of chicken breasts. The breasts we had needed only 4 minutes per side and when I removed the chicken from the skillet, I allowed them to rest on a platter with tented foil to keep moist and warm while I prepared the basil sauce. This will go in regular rotation. I made this with the cuban red potatoes and carrots but I can see this pairing well with pasta and most ny veg. Thank you for this recipe French Kitchen!
mariannebonannomeyer 1 month agoI myself loved this dish.
selyn12 1 month agoDelicious! Reminds me of a fine Italian Entree! We dbled the sauce and served it over angel hair pasta!
roxanne_elgarlino 1 month agoI love this recipe.
Moctavious 1 month agoThis was SO good. I would make this again and again.
bdennis84 1 month agoLove this dish! It is now one of my favorite go to dishes!
Designerinspired 1 month agoDelicious!!!
bskelz 2 months ago
alig8tor 2 months agoDelicious recipe that was quick and easy to make. Substituted tomatoes for pimento and added garlic, which turned out great!
DBustamante 2 months agoHusband I loved it. Next time I would add more parm cheese to thicken sauce and to add more flavor.
Krimac06 2 months agoThis recipe was super easy and delicious! I used thicker chicken breasts, browned them in EVOO and then baked them. I also did sauce desperately - added a table spoon of butter to the chick stock and substituted pimentos for garlic and basil diced tomatoes but followed the rest of the recipe for sauce. Mmm mmmm mmmm!!
foxii 2 months ago
momachloe 3 months agoThis was the BEST chicken I've made thus far! The sauce was ammmmaaazzziiinnngg! Like a reviewer said below, I added a little corn starch to the sauce to thicken it up a little. I will be making this one again....maybe tonight!
oakandsage 3 months agoThis was very tasty. The chicken breasts came out tender and delicious. The sauce didn't really taste like basil though. Even though I used quite a lot. I feel like since the basil goes in at the end the flavors do not have time to mingle. Next time I will try adding it earlier.