Chicken with Sausage, White Wine and Artichokes
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Alisa L. May 17, 2019
Simple Ingredients that come together for a terrific flavor. I used boneless and skinless thighs because I prefer not to eat around bones and used rose for the wine because I had it on hand. I halved the recipe because I was only cooking for two, but I’ll use the full jar of artichokes next time!
mare January 18, 2019
Making this right now, but with boneless skinless thighs b/c that's what we have - hope it works out. Maybe I'll throw some schmaltz in there for ckn fat. Looks amazing. Contemplating those peperoncinis, too!
PHIL May 26, 2017
That's the place in North Haledon right? I have some friends from there.definitely a classic southern Italian dish. I like to add some potatoes and peppericino peppers to this dish. also.
Benny February 12, 2014
I just made pot pie out of this recipe. Didn't change a thing, except that I pulled the meat off of the bones after it was all said and done, scooped it into oven safe soup bowls and covered them with a 3-2-1 pie crust. It was a winner!
bgavin December 1, 2013
Looks awesome...on the menu for this evening. Might add some porcini mushrooms. Definitely serving over egg noodles. Thanks again, Merrill!
Dana J. August 5, 2013
My da coerced a chef at Bacchus Restaurant into sharing his recipe for something very similar to this--the only difference being the addition of pepperoncinis. A firm family favourite! Thanks for sharing a recipe I thought I had passed with my dearly missed Papa...xox
shahira May 19, 2013
Wow! Used Al fresco chicken sausage with apple. Husband says its Yummy ! Served over Israeli couscous with raisins, lemon zest and parsley. Great for company but doesn't take all day !
yummy16 February 1, 2013
Great recipe!! Do you have the nutrition info per serving?
JenJack August 30, 2012
Fantastic! My family and their teenaged friends gobbled this up! Unfortunately, not a scrap was left; I'll have to make it again very soon so we can have leftovers next time. A keeper!
Benny May 16, 2012
Wow, made this two nights ago. It had great flavors, and was twice as good the next day. I'm adding this recipe to my list of braises. My wife says I must make it again soon.
Rochelle B. January 13, 2012
I made this tonight with farm fresh chicken and fresh smoked sausage from our butchered hog. My husband and both small children loved it. This isnt a normal recipe that I would cook, however my family loved it and I will definately make for company. This recipe receives 8 thumbs up.
AntoniaJames May 7, 2011
I used the basic ingredients in this, without the flour, and adding a few sprigs of fresh thyme, for braise-roasting a spatchcocked chicken. I used about 2 ounces of a garlicky kielbasa in addition to the Italian sausages, just for fun. Sensational! ;o)
ChezWhat May 3, 2011
Used this recipe for a Sunday evening dinner with some friends and it went over great! Thanks so much Merrill!
AntoniaJames September 21, 2010
Made this again on Sunday evening. Mr. T's comment after taking a bite was simply, "I love dinners like this." Summed up my feelings exactly. We made this for company a few days after Merrill first posted it on the blog. Everyone raved. Will be making it again, many times. ;o)
Erin J. May 11, 2010
My favorite thing about Food52 is it gives me so much inspiration when I can't think of anything to make for dinner. When I found this recipe, I couldn't wait to get in the kitchen and start cooking! Best of all, everyone loved it! Thanks, Merrill!
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