I made this Wednesday night just before I was about to run out and teach a flute lesson. It was really quite easy to put together. After browning the chicken on both sides you were to take them out of the pan and put them in the warm oven under a foil tent. I didn't have time for that though so they ended up on the counter next to me....it was just one extra step and I was in a hurry. I put the garlic and shallot in the pan and immediately burned the shallots. I guess since I used dried instead of chopping my own the shallot just turned dark brown right away. That was OK though because it didn't taste bad.
I know, I know, I have cheapy ingredients pictured but they worked well for what I needed. The sauce came together quickly and instead of pouring the sauce over the chicken I just put the chicken back in the pan and covered it with the sauce that way.
This was a recipe that all of us loved! It was easy and one that my family said they would definitely eat again. I served this with Lemon Steamed Spinach (which will be another post this month). The dinner quote of the night though goes to my son who said "Mommy, why is spinach made out of leaves"? Silly boy! :)
Make sure to take a look at the LYL to see how other cooks around the world did liked this recipe. You can also cook along if you get the cookbook! :) Happy cooking!