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Incredibly easy and absolutely delicious! I was out of lemon-pepper, so substituted fresh lime juice and fresh ground pepper; amazingly, I was also out of chicken broth, so used apple juice and a splash of red wine as the mixture was reducing. I will definitely make this one again... and probably double the sauce next time!
Very easy and quick to make. Was a little unsure when we started out how it was going to be! But man o man, it was GOOD! Many compliments to the chef! Seeing that I was the chef, I was happy! CAUTION: Children do NOT like the smell of cooked balsamic vinegar. It really stinks the house up! I may have scarred my 3 boys for life! BUT it was worth it! Great dish!!
I reduced the recipe for 2 breasts and halved the sauce - not needed as my husband practically licked the sauce out of the pan. Next time I'll just keep the sauce amount the same, regardless of chicken qty. Very good. Served w/hot biscuits and acorn squash.
It's great. The vinegar is not too strong and the garlic complements it. If you don't like garlic, you aughta still try it
This was great and my husband loved it! So quick and easy, I just served with a little rice and some green beans for a nice yet easy meal.
Delicious chicken I used Mrs dash extra spicy instead of the lemon pepper. As said by all Quick Easy and good! Thanks
I love this recipe - make it a lot and have shared with many people. It's great with sourdough rolls, salad and mashed potatoes and the sauce is to die for!
I've been meaning to try this for a while and finally got around to it. What a treat!! It was very well received. It won't take me too long before I get around to doing this one again!!
Very good .. I didnt have lemon pepper either so I used a spice mix and a dash of cajun .. will make it again
Absolutely incredible. I love balsamic vinegar and garlic together. My family says this is an absolute keeper. I'm emailing this to my mother tonight. Thanks for posting and thank you s'kat for talking it up. PS I think that next time I might use my roasted garlic, yum!