Chicken breasts are pan-seared and then simmered in a white wine sauce. It's low in fat and delicious when served over pasta or freshly boiled rice.
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I like it, however as a novice, the flour and water become a dough and then won't break down. I am obviously missing something? - 26 Jan 2012
I used this recipe to make a gluten, dairy and soya free sauce for chicken!! I also did this in the slow-cooker!! I stuffed the chicken with gluten free stuffing, wrapped in bacon and held it together with cocktail sticks. I then made the stock and added it to the wine and warmed on the hob before adding it to the gluten free flour a bit at a time to make a fairly smooth sauce (I mixed thoroughly with a whisk after each addition!!) I added the sauce and a teaspoon of lazy chopped garlic to my slow cooker pot then placed the chicken parcels in the sauce and cooked on low for 7hrs. It was delicious, although I think the stuffing contradicted the sauce flavours so would do it plain next time!! The sauce thickened up lovely too. Will definitely be doing this again - 11 Jan 2018
We enjoyed this recipe, I did add an extra bit of thickener though, as my sauce was a little runny. Lovely flavours. I also added an onion. - 21 Oct 2015