Visit http:www.cooking-mexican-recipes.com for more recipes. This delicious chicken marsala recipe is made today gluten free and you would never know if I hadn’t told you. If you say “well I’m not gluten free so I don’t care”, no problem. Simply substitute regular white flour for the gluten free in this recipe. The gluten free flour I used for this recipe is called Pamela’s baking flour and it is awesome. You can serve this recipe over a bed of white or brown rice or any noodle of your choice. I happen to use Trader Joe’s Rice noodles which are gluten free. The terrific flavor in this recipe comes from the sauteed onions, mushrooms, all the spices and of course the Marsala wine. Make sure you use a good Marsala wine, not cooking wine. The longer it’s aged the better it will be. I spent about $12 for my bottle of Marsala. This is simply the best chicken marsala recipe I’ve had. It’s important to use a high enough temperature when you are browning/cooking the chicken. Make it golden brown and even a little bit crispy. This alone will create some great flavor. Here are the ingredients: 1 1/4 tsp. roasted minced garlic, comes in a jar and is dried 1 1/4 tsp. Marjoram leaves, comes in a jar and is dried leaves 1 1/4 tsp. minced onion, comes in a jar and is dried black pepper to taste 1 1/4 tsp. dried basil leaves 1/3 cup plus 2 tablespoons Pamela’s baking flour (gluten free) or regular flour 1 tsp. salt 1 1/4 lbs. boneless, skinless chicken breast, pounded 1/4 inch thick 3 …
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Thanks for your comments. The flour that I used in? this video does not contain gluten thought. But your technique will work either way.
Flour has Gluten. You should brown your flour with the Mushrooms. It wont burn or clump, there is enough butter and oil in the pan. Then add marsala until its reduced by 1/3, then the stock to a boil, and back down to a simmer. Good? video though.
Thanks.? Let me know how you like the recipe. Enjoy.
I made this tonight, but a different recipe.. I should have made yours instead. Mine was good, but I like your ingredients better.. I’ll give it a couple of days, then try yours..? I really love the way, you cook very clean..and very precise with your instructions.. thank you
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could? you make a chili rellenos recipe?
Please post? more often! Your recipes are amazing and your chicken marsala looks amazing! Thanks for the recipe videos!
Great winter warmer.
I will try it? out. 🙂
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