Chicken Breasts with Mushrooms & Wine

I was visiting my sister in California & she made this chicken dish for dinner one night & I just had to share the recipe with is delicious!

The recipe is from a cookbook she has…TEH NEW KOSHER COOKBOOK TRILOGY  by RUTH & BOB GROSSMAN

The name of the recipe is Chicken Oreganate Con Hutzpah

My sister makes it a bit differently than the recipe so this is how my sister makes it! The original recipe is for a whole cut up chicken but Edith makes this dish with boneless skinless chicken breasts, so you can use any chicken you like!

The trick with any chicken breast recipe is not to overcook them, otherwise they are dry…but if chicken breasts are cooked completely but still moist, they are soooo good..( if you do not like chicken breasts you could use boneless chicken thighs….)

Here is the recipe            This recipe serves 4


1/2 cup flour

2 tsp fresh oregano or dried if you do not have fresh

1 tbsp dried parsley flakes

2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp pepper

4 chicken breasts

1/4 cup oil

1 1/2 cups sliced mushrooms

1/2 cup white cooking wine


Preheat your oven to 350f

You will need a large skillet & a baking dish big enough to hold the chicken pieces in a single layer

  1. Mix the flour, oregano, parsley flakes, salt & pepper together in a plate with sides…. I use a pie plate
  2. Coat all of the chicken pieces with the seasoned flour & set them aside..or you can coat each piece as you are going to put them into the frying pan
  3. Now, heat up the oil in a skillet…
  4. Brown the chicken on both sides & when they are brown, put them in the baking dish & set aside
  5. Add the sliced mushrooms to the skillet you just used to brown the chicken in & sauté them until they are starting to brown
  6. Put the sautéed mushrooms & any scraps & oil from the pan onto the onto the browned chicken
  7. Pour the wine over the chicken & mushrooms
  8. Put the baking dish in the pre-heated oven until cooked completely through…about 30 minutes or so, but the cooking time depends on the size of your chicken pieces…so make sure they are cooked through




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