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Just because it’s Italian, it doesn’t always equate to tomatoes. Try mushrooms, chicken, and wine…. now we’re talkin’. Chicken Marsala is named after the Marsala wine it is cooked in, and boy is it a creamy and delicious treat! My kids absolutely love this earthy dish, and I love feeding it to them, because of how healthy it is!
This recipe serves about 4 people and is ready in minutes. It also makes for great lunches the next day. For anyone that may not be a huge fan of mushrooms, this recipe is sure to change your mind! Our friends at 12 Tomatoes had this to say about this dish:
“If you want to keep things simple and flavorful while skipping out on the spaghetti, this chicken marsala recipe is perfect.
This savory chicken dish in wine sauce makes for a fantastic family meal. The wine sauce, emboldened by freshly cut mushrooms, is a good way to introduce a skeptical family member to the wonderful world of cooking with mushrooms. They don’t overpower, but certainly add a distinct flavor that really ties the whole dish together.”
Recipe and photo courtesy of 12 Tomatoes.
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Quick Tip: Serve this fabulous meal with a garden salad and crusty bread.