Saucy Peach-Balsamic Chicken
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Fantastic, and so easy! A great work-week dish. The sauce was delicious over rice, so I may double up on that next time.
Delicious!! Definitely wil be making again!
Great flavor! Definitely worth making!- Theresa
Made this for dinner this evening. Must agree with someone who said this was restaurant quality. It was easy, fast and delicious.Only change I made was to thicken the sauce a bit with cornstarch. Can't wait to try it with orange marmalade. Definitely a keeper.
This was really flavorful and quick enough for a weeknight meal. Will definitely make again!
My husband loved this! I used chicken thighs with skins (he likes those) and, not having peach preserves, I used a can of Solo apricot filling. I doubled the recipe & froze servings for my sons, who don't live at home. Served over wild rice - a very tasty recipe!
This is a great tasting recipe! I cut the chicken into thick slices and increased the sauce by half. When DH tested the sauce, he put in a little crushed red pepper to get that sweet/sour/hot balance.
This was a wonderful restaurant worthy dish. I LOVED it. Mine looked much better than the picture. I didn't have the peach preserves so I used apricot and crushed the garlic which provides a much stronger garlic flavor. I also added 1 Tablespoon of flour to the sauce to thicken it. I will definitely make this again. Even my very picky teenage son liked it. Great over rice.
Would this be as good using a pork tenderloin? I think it would make a wonderful entree for dinner guests. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks
It's a great standby as it's quick and easy. The taste is fantastic, and I've experimented with different fruits with great results. Orange or pineapple are every bit as good as the original.