#TasteTuesdays // Chicken Marsala

January 20, 2015

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One of my personal resolutions for this year was to get a little more hands on in the kitchen. So I decided that I was going to document this journey by a new dish I found or created once a week to show my culinary progression. For my first feature for #TasteTuesdays I found a Chicken Marsala dish to give a try. This is one of my boyfriend’s favorite dishes so I had to make sure it was perfection! I came across a really great tutorial here on a Food Network Recipe of the Day newsletter by Tyler Florence.

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I took a stab at it and it actually turned out pretty amazing! Mostly everything can be found at your local grocery store, but some items I had to substitute because they either ran out or didn’t carry it. The crimini/porcini mushrooms and the flat leaf parsley were the only items I had trouble finding. But here’s all what you will need: 

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1. A pack of boneless chicken breast

2. Flour

3. Extra virgin olive oil

4. Thin sliced prosciutto

5. Salt and pepper

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6. Unsalted butter

7. Marsala cooking wine

8. Sliced baby bella mushrooms

9. Chicken stock

10. Parsley

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On the recipe site, there are detailed instructions and he has a great video to help you walk through it as well. It was definitely a boyfriend approved meal. 

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Let me know how it turned out! And If you enjoyed this new feature, feel free to let me know what you loved or hated. I would love some feedback so I can make these super fun and useful. Have fun cooking!

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Sources:

www.foodnetwork.com

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2 responses to “#TasteTuesdays // Chicken Marsala”

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  2. […] can be tweaked to benefit the both of us is always my number one priority. I usually gear towards pasta dishes because I know we both love Italian cuisine and it’s pretty easy to add-on the items I like […]

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