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Posted by frodis on 12-30-10 at 12:43 PM
I made this last night!

(Well, sort of. I did have a few substitutions out of necessity and/or laziness. Mostly laziness.)

I made Chicken Kiev for Christmas Eve dinner, and to do that I had to trim the tenderloin from 16 chicken breasts. So I used all of those trimmed tenderloins for this recipe instead of chicken breasts. I ended up having more bite-sized chunks of chicken than whole breasts.

I also had shallots on hand (again, from the Kiev) but I decided not to use them because I already had a half of a sweet onion all chopped up in the fridge, so being lazy I just used those.

I also had no madiera on hand, so I used up the rest of a bottle of dry sherry (that may have been from an earlier OTCC recipe?)

No swiss on hand, so I used the rest of a container of shredded asiago that I had leftover.

I didn't have any of the salad ingredients so I made peas.

(So, does this really count as making this dish?)

It was very good! Big hit with Mr. Fro and the kids. The kids especially liked the rice. Mr. Fro took the rest for lunch today which is usually a sign of his having liked it a lot.

I did take a picture and will post as soon as I can get the camera and the laptop near each other.

Thanks, Qwerty! This is a keeper!




 

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