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In this recipe video, I show you how to do a seared chicken breast with a Mushroom and Gruyere sauce. At times, boneless chicken breasts can be a bit of a bore...but fortunately there are a ton of ways to jazz things up.Continue Reading...
In this recipe video, I show you a recipe for Chicken Breasts with a mustard cream sauce. Like many of my chicken breast recipes, this one is easy to make, and with a bit of practice can easily be cooked in 20 - 25 minutes.Continue Reading...
In this Recipe Video, I show you how to make a simple chicken breast with a Morel Mushroom Sauce. Of course you can use just about any mushroom you'd like, and it will still be great, but if you can find Morel's I highly suggest using them.Continue Reading...

Saltimbocca

In this Recipe Video, I show you how to make Saltimbocca. I'm making a Chicken Saltimbocca, but as with most of my recipes, I want to make sure you understand the technique and fundamentals of the recipe, as the same think can be done with all kinds of other meat and fish.Continue Reading...

Herb Roasted Chicken

In this recipe video, I how you another of my favorite roast chicken recipes. For this roast chicken, I show you how to make an herb butter, that we'll then spread under the skin of the chicken. As it roasts, the flavors infuse in the meat, and the butter provides more moisture.Continue Reading...

Tuscan Roast Chicken

In this recipe video, I show you how to make a Tuscan Roast Chicken. It’s simple to do, the most complicated thing is perhaps butterflying the bird. That removes the backbone, opening up the chicken like a book, which cooks it faster, and helps get more beautifully browned skin.Continue Reading...

Ravioli with Chicken and Peas

In this recipe video, I show you one of my favorite Ravioli recipes. Ravioli, especially cheese ravioli, are really flexible and go with a ton of different ingredients. For this recipe, I make a "sauce" out of chicken, peas, and a few other ingredients.Continue Reading...

How to Roast Chicken Breasts

In this cooking technique video, I show you how to roast off chicken breast. While I love using boneless chicken breasts, the bone-in breasts that I do hear, do tend to be more flavorful, and tender - much closer to cooking the whole chicken.Continue Reading...

Coq Au Vin

In this recipe video, I reach back into my Classic French Cooking bag and pull out Coq Au Vin…which means Chicken in Wine. There was a time when I was intimidated by the name itself, but in reality, it’s chicken and vegetables slowly braised, in wine and stock…not to scary right?Continue Reading...

Chicken Breasts with Mushrooms & Gruyere

I cook with Mushrooms & Gruyere cheese frequently, and the bring both together for this Sautéed Chicken Breast with Mushrooms & Gruyere.  It is a great way to make chicken breasts, which can be a bit boring into something special.  To cook the chicken I use the same technique I use for a lot of dishes, simply searing the breasts off in a pan .

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Chicken Breasts with Mustard Sauce

Boneless skinless chicken breasts are great for the simple reason that there are hundreds of great recipes for them.  This recipe for a Chicken Breast with a Mustard cream sauce is one of my favorites.  The chicken breasts are easy to sear off in a pan, until they are just cooked through, with a nice flavorful crust on the outside.

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Chicken Breasts with Morel Mushroom Sauce

Chicken breast recipes have become a staple in my house.  They are really easy to cook, and very versatile, going well with so many other ingredients.  For this recipe, I show you how to make a chicken breast with a morel mushroom sauce.  Morel’s are perhaps my favorite mushroom.  But they are wild, and can be hard to find.

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Saltimbocca

Saltimbocca, in Italian, means "jumps in the mouth", and after tasting this chicken saltimbocca you'll understand why.  Traditionally, the recipe is made with veal, but because chicken is easier to get and a bit healthier, I usually make it using boneless skinless chicken breasts.

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Chicken Breast with Morel Mushrooms

Chicken breast recipes are a goto in my house because they are simple to make, yet the variety of disk that you can come up with is nearly endless.  Here, I show you how to make a seared chicken breast with a morel mushroom cream sauce.  Cooking the chicken itself, only takes about 8 minutes, and is the same technique I use for a ton of chicken recipes.

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Herb Roasted Chicken

Roast Chicken is at least a once a month meal for my family.  And tonight, I’m doing a herb roasted chicken, which is simple and back a ton of flavor.  While I’m using thyme and rosemary as the primary herbs,  you can use just about any fresh green herbs that you like.  I finely chop them, add some butter to make a paste, and then rub that herb butter under the chicken skin.

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Tuscan Roast Chicken

Roast Chicken is a favorite of mine. And while a simple chicken, roasted off with nothing more than salt and pepper, is absolutely wonderful, there are fortunately hundreds of ways to make roast chicken is other interesting and exciting ways.

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Ravioli with Chicken and Peas

Like all pasta, I love cooking Ravioli, because it’s so easy to make hundreds of different, delicious recipes. And while making your own ravioli is pretty time consuming (although I love it), there are lots of great store bough brands, that will allow you to get a complete meal made in about 20 minutes.  Here I do a recipe for Cheese Ravioli with Chicken and Peas.

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How to Roast Chicken Breasts

I see people (including myself) cooking boneless skinless chicken breasts all the time….they are so simple to do, and have a ton of great uses.  However, there’s always something special about cooking meat on the bone, and here, I’m going to show you how to roast off the perfect bone-in chicken breast.

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Coq Au Vin

Coq Au Vin sounds pretty intimidating, until you realized it’s just Chicken In Wine…how hard that can be?  I’ll tell ya, it’s not hard at all, but it tastes so yummy and complex, you’ll be completely blown away!  Traditionally, coq au vin was made with old, tough chickens (that couldn’t lay eggs anymore) that needed to be braised a long time to make them tender.

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