Sunday, October 7, 2007

Cooking: Chicken Marsala

I recently saw Chef John's (of foodwishes.blogspot.com) Chicken Marsala recipe. It looked really good and even made it onto tastespotting.com so I decided to make it for Sunday dinner. It's a fairly easy recipe if you follow Chef John's video directions. You can watch the video here: http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2007/09/even-more-delicious-testing-with.html

Here's how it turned out. It was pretty flavorful, but Justyn felt that I should have cooked the chicken and sauce further to marry the flavors more. I thought it was pretty good, althought it needed a little more seasoning. I may put this in my collection of recipes for weekday dinners since it was so easy and quick to make.

6 comments:

tigerfish said...

No cooking adventures? But you have been enjoying food all the same :P
Food is just isn't about cooking, right?

Kelly Mahoney said...

Yum! This is one of my favorite chicken preparations

JadedOne said...

Tigerfish - Yeah, but the ole tummy is getting bigger and bigger! I should just cook and not eat haha.

KM - Yeah! The leftovers were even better :)

The Cooking Ninja said...

ooh ... I cooked too something with chicken too but it is Moghlai Murgh - delicious Indian food with almonds

Rasa Malaysia said...

I thought Chicken Marsala is an Indian dish and should look red in color? Is it the same as Chicken Tikka Masala?

JadedOne said...

RM - Chicken Masala is very different from Chicken Marsala.

Masala = very red Indian chicken normally made in a tandoori oven (I think)

Marsala = chicken in sweet wine sauce.. Marsala is a type of wine.