Best Recipes For Homemade Chicken Marsala

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Chicken marsala is an Italian-American dish made from chicken cutlets, mushrooms, and Marsala wine. It is a variation of traditional Italian scaloppina dishes, of which there are many varieties throughout Italy. Read more…

Tyler Florence cooks cremini mushrooms and prosciutto strips in the same skillet that the chicken is cooked in, keeping the brown bits and caramelized pieces of the chicken in the overall dish.

Recipe courtesy of Tyler Florence
Show: Food 911
Episode: Chicken Marsala Rocks!

Total: 40 min | Active: 20 min | Yield: 4 servings | Level: Easy

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A delicious dish served over fettuccini or linguini. Light enough and lezat enough, even kids enjoy this dish!
Total Time 20mins | Prep 5 mins | Cook 15 mins | servings 4
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Our variation on the Italian-American classic includes smoky, salty bacon to balance the sweetness of the wine.

Total Time: 45 MIN Servings: 4

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Chicken marsala is an easy weeknight recipe to prepare. Pounding the chicken cutlets before cooking renders them thin and terrifically tender. Deglazing the pan with Marsala and stock after cooking the chicken creates a quick, rich sauce.

serves 4 to 6 | time 40 minutes

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This delicious chicken marsala recipe turns an Italian classic into a quick and easy family favorite.

Clarified butter (butter without the milk solids) is ideal for searing meats because it can be heated to a high temperature without burning. Although you can purchase clarified butter, we detail how to make it below in the first step.
Yield:

4 servings (serving size: 1 chicken breast half, 1 cup pasta, and 1/4 cup sauce)

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