Stuck in a chicken recipe rut? This Creamy Mushroom Chicken is a delightfully simple recipe that requires little time to make. If you love mushrooms, you'll die for this creamy pan sauce.
How do you make Creamy Mushroom Chicken?
Start by searing some seasoned chicken breasts (or chicken thighs) in some butter. Remove them from the pan, then add some slice mushrooms and chopped onion or shallots. I opted to leave out chopped garlic just because I was out, but you would add it to the pan alongside the mushrooms and onion if you want.
Next, add one tablespoon of flour and stir until it's all been absorbed. Pour in a a glug of white wine, stir and let it reduce for a few minutes. Add some Dijon mustard, heavy cream, chicken broth and Italian seasonings to the pan. Stir everything together and let simmer until the sauce thickens a bit. Sprinkle some fresh parsley on top for color.
No problem! You can add more chicken broth and heavy cream to loosen up the sauce and to cut back on the saltiness.
I always use my meat thermometer to make sure my chicken is cooked to a safe temperature, which is 165 degrees. Here's a good option on Amazon.
This recipe would be delicious over rice, polenta, pasta or even mashed potatoes. For a low carb, option try it with my Roasted Garlic Cauliflower Rice.
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