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Chicken Marsala
Chicken Marsala
(Pollo alla Marsala)
1 oz dried porcini mushrooms
8 oz fresh white mushrooms
4 chicken breast halves, skinned
Flour for dredging
Salt and pepper
3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
2/3 cup dry Marsala wine
1/4 cup fresh chopped parsley
Rehydrate the porcini mushrooms in 1 cup warm water for about 30 minutes.
Remove from the water, pat dry with paper towels and chop coarsely.
Strain the porcini water, and set aside to use later.
Slice the fresh mushrooms thinly.
Dredge the chicken breasts in flour seasoned lightly with salt and pepper and then brown in a skillet with the olive oil over medium heat. Once well browned, remove the chicken and set aside.
Cook the sliced mushrooms in the same pan until tender and golden brown. If the pan becomes too dry, use a little of the porcini liquid to moisten it.
Return the chicken pieces to the pan with the mushrooms and add the porcini, the Marsala wine and 1/4 cup of the porcini liquid.
Taste and season with salt and pepper if needed.
Turn down to medium low heat, cover and cook for about 20 minutes. If the juices begin to evaporate too much while cooking, add a few tablespoons of the porcini water. When completed, the sauce should be thick and creamy.
To serve, place chicken pieces on a platter, spoon over the juices, and sprinkle with the fresh parsley. Serves 4.
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