This was delicious. My 6 year old twins were thanking me for this as they ate (and 8 year old picky eater ate without complaint). Used 2 bone-in breasts, and kept all other ingredients the same. Not quite enough meat for the 5 of us, will use 3 large breasts next time. Sliced the meat off the bone and added to sauce rather than adding whole pieces. Mashed potatoes and French-style green beans for quick sides. Definitely a make-again, and definitely company-worthy. Final stage (braise) took about 10 minutes longer on my stove.
very good recipe. For a little healthier dish, I substituted extra virgin olive oil for the butter and ommitted the heavy cream, which is really nutrient deficient.
Great recipe!! My husband and I loved it.
A terrific recipe! The sauce was incredible! Definitely will put this easy recipe on the rotation.
Loved this. Because I was making this for company, I browned the chicken and the vegetables early in the day, storing the chicken separately in the fridge. While I was reducing the sauce I put the chicken under the broiler to crisp the skin up again - it was a little soggy after the simmering.
I served the chicken in big bowls over mashed potatoes - a delicious way to sop up the sauce!
I have rated other recipes 5 stars but this one is really 6 stars. Just a amazing, easy recipe. I double the miropiox because it slopped up by the rotini pasta. Get the extra large rotini to pair with this.
Agree with the other ratings. Very, very good dinner and simple.
Excellent recipe. Delicious and uncomplicated. My family loves it. Personally, I make twice as much mirepoix and a little more sauce for the given amount of chicken. And for four adults, I needed more like 5.5 pounds of thighs with everything else adjusted proportionally.