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Chicken Flamingo—My Favorite Copycat Recipe

Kelly is a longtime freelance writer. She loves to share her recipes with others.

Voila! Chicken Flamingo

Voila! Chicken Flamingo

Step-By-Step: Here We Go!

My husband loved the chicken flamingo from The Pasta House. I searched for a recipe and could not find one anywhere. Pasta House did not want to share this one! I started making my own version, through much trial and error, almost 20 years ago. I have matched it very closely, but my husband says he likes mine better!

This recipe seems like a lot at first, but after you make it a couple of times, it is a cinch. I make it for special occasions, and it is great when we are having a large party too. The chicken can be grilled on the grill outside or inside. I have also used my George Foreman grill to prepare this and that works great too. I use the outdoor grill if I am having several guests because you can cook more chicken at one time. If I am just making a few servings or if it is raining I use the indoor grill. It was snowing yesterday, so I used the stove top method.

I cook the same side dishes almost every time. These sides are what I would order in the restaurant and they make the meal perfect! I also have worked out the time so that each item is finished cooking at exactly the same time. I will present the recipe that way so it is very easy to follow.

Wash all the vegetables and chicken. I was once asked what type of soap one should use to wash chicken, so let me be clear, you do not use Dawn dish soap or any other soap on food items. Cold water should do the trick!

Preheat the oven to 450 degrees gather your ingredients and let's get this party started!

Ingredients at a Glance


  • Red or brown potatoes
  • Olive Oil
  • Italian Seasoning


  • Chicken Breasts or Chicken Tenderloins
  • Olive Oil
  • Panko Bread Crumbs
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Provel Cheese

White Wine Sauce

  • White wine such as Chablis or Pinot Grigio
  • Sliced Mushrooms
  • Prosciutto Ham
  • 1/2 C. of Unsalted Butter
  • 1/2 C. of Lemon Juice
  • 1/2 C. of White Wine
  • 1/8 tsp. of red pepper flakes

Steamed Broccoli


  • Red or brown potatoes
  • Olive Oil
  • Italian Seasoning

Slice the potatoes into 8 wedges. Coat them with Olive Oil and sprinkle with Italian Seasoning or Garlic. If you like you can simply use salt and pepper. Bake for approximately 40 minutes or until the potato wedges are golden brown.


Prepare the Chicken

  • Chicken Breasts or Chicken Tenderloins
  • Olive Oil
  • Panko Bread Crumbs
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Provel Cheese

I use a meat mallet to pound the chicken out and tenderize it. It also allows me to cook it more evenly since the meat is flat and thinner but this step is not necessary. I next roll the chicken in Olive Oil and then bread crumbs but these are prepared lightly breaded so you don't have to worry about a perfect even coating.

Put the chicken on the grill and cook it for about 10 minutes on each side over a medium heat.


White Wine Sauce

  • White wine such as Chablis or Pinot Grigio
  • Sliced Mushrooms
  • Prosciutto Ham
  • 1/2 C. of Unsalted Butter
  • 1/2 C. of Lemon Juice
  • 1/2 C. of White Wine
  • 1/8 tsp. of red pepper flakes

Mix all the ingredients together except the prosciutto ham. Bring to a low boil and allow these items to cook together until the chicken is done. Toss the ham during the very last minute of cooking the sauce. This should take about 20 to 30 minutes for the flavors to really combine and the mushrooms to absorb the sauce.

Ingredients for the White Wine Sauce


Steamed Broccoli

I use the old steam basket method to prepare my vegetables. I just trim the florets and steam them until they are bright green, approximately 8 minutes. If you overcook the broccoli it turns an ugly color and it is very soft. Pasta House cooks their sauce with broccoli in it—this does allow the flavor of the sauce to penetrate the vegetable but it can turn the sauce green in color so I do not do this.

By the time your chicken is grilled your potatoes should be ready to come out of the oven and the broccoli should be done. I melt a little provel cheese on top of the chicken. You do not want to drown the chicken with the sauce—it is a little tart so you only need a couple of tablespoons and it is perfect!



Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on July 08, 2014:

I did just make this dish the other day...it is never a miss!

ReneeDixon on February 13, 2014:

I just had this at the Pasta House and OMG it was fabulous, can't wait to try your recipe (pinned, and bookmarked) This looks so tasty, can't wait to try it!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on June 11, 2012:

Hi craftarrific - this is a really good one! And thanks - I haven't made it in a few weeks - I might do it this week!

craftarrific from California on June 10, 2012:

Ohhhh yessss...this will be on a plate near me very soon! Sounds delicious!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on March 21, 2012:

Hey Suzicat7 - thank you! I agree too - I'm not a huge chicken fan - it always seems dry and flavorless. I have about 3 recipes I use and I use them repeatedly but they all are a sauce or my special greasing for fried chicken:) lol.

I hooe you love it as much as we do!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on March 21, 2012:

Hey Lisa - let me know how you like it:). Thanks a lot - I do love this and every time I answer a comment I wish I'd made it! Lol. I had a time getting it just right - but this way works best for me. I also love using the Panko bread crumbs - they are so much crispier! Yum! And good luck! I know you can bring home the chicken - and fry it up in a pan! A hahaha!

suziecat7 from Asheville, NC on March 21, 2012:

I have got to try this - I'm always so BORED with chicken but this recipe has piqued my interest. Thanks.

Liz Rayen from California on March 20, 2012:

I just found my menu for tomorrow night's dinner! This recipe looks so yummmmmy! I love how easy it looks and the photos help a lot. Thank you for making my life so much easier :) Voted way up!


Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on March 19, 2012:

Hi Emilybee - this is a really tasty dinner! Lol. I've made it so many times - and the kids beg me to make this one! It's kind of a pain, I admit that - but it's worth it if you want happy faces or happy guests:) lol. Good luck!

emilybee on March 18, 2012:

Yummy ingredients!!! Pictures look delicious!! I'll have to try this :) Voted up!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on March 07, 2012:

Ha! Hi Sharyn - I was just thinking about you - wondering how you were doing! Thanks for the compliment on the pix - I probably had to take 10 of each to get one good one:) lol I am not a fantastic photographer but oh I wish I was!

I hope you are feeling better - chicken soup I said! Chicken soup is what you need! lol

Sharon Smith from Northeast Ohio USA on March 07, 2012:

This recipe definitely looks like a great hit. I have been sick for a few days and today I lost my taste buds too. I should have never looked at any recipe hubs. I am really hungry and this looks SO good. Nice job on this Kel with all the detail and photos too!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on March 05, 2012:

Hi RubyH Rose! Thank you very much! I am so glad you love it! I could use this - right about now! Yum!

Maree Michael Martin from Northwest Washington on an Island on March 04, 2012:

Yumm! These are very good! Gotta try some more! Great hub!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on March 02, 2012:

Hi b.Malin - ah! Thank you so much! I bet he would - this is a win/win situation right here - whenever I want to ask my hubby a favor - I promise to make this dish and I usually get what I am after:) lol lol

b. Malin on March 02, 2012:

I don't cook as much as I used to...But after looking over this Delicious Dish, I just might breakdown and Cook it...Lover Man would LOVE it! Thanks for sharing this one"Realhousewife"!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on March 02, 2012:

Hi vibesites - thank you so much! It is a delicious dish - let me know if you do! lol

vibesites from United States on March 01, 2012:

oh Mouth watering pictures of the dish. It looks so delicious. i am gonna try this surely.

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on March 01, 2012:

Thank you so much Debby!!

Debby Bruck on February 29, 2012:

You ARE smart, Kelly! And, she SHOULD be impressed! We all learn from each other all the time. Your friend, Debby

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 29, 2012:

I should have guessed it wouldn't be easy information to squeeze into a hub! I do find it really interesting. My 6th grader had a homework assignment I helped her with last night about Eastern Religions - we actually had fun talking about it and she was pretty impressed with me (I took a Theology class in college)....I love it when she actually thinks I'm smart:) haha!

My best regards to you too Debby!

Debby Bruck on February 28, 2012:

Hi Kelly ~ I have not written about kosher cooking here on Hubpages. I suppose a little something could be written, although I've taken months of classes to learn the basics and receive a certificate suitable for framing. The laws can be quite involved. I shall consider writing a simple introduction. All the best to you, Debby

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 28, 2012:

Debby - that is interesting. I have always wanted to know more about Kosher food and the meaning behind that culture. I keep wondering how hard it would be for me to eliminate so many things - but surely it is just what we are used to? Hey - that might make an interesting hub - wonder if you have done one?

Thanks so much!!

Debby Bruck on February 28, 2012:

Dear Kelly ~ Quite creative in the kitchen, brightly colored and delightful to the palate. What a great cook and wife! As I keep a kosher home the mixture of cheese/dairy and chicken plus the addition of ham make this dish unsuitable for my kitchen. I'm sure there must be a way to adjust the recipe, by using other ingredients for the chicken preparation. Otherwise, AOK! Blessings, Debby

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 27, 2012:

Hi Susan:) well let me know how you and Al like it! I know you're a great cook so you can't fail!

Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on February 27, 2012:

Had to come back and see what I need for ingredients before I send Al to the grocery store. Can't wait to make this.

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 25, 2012:

Now you know why I have 3 dogs Daffy - I don't have to do a thing - I just let them sit on my lap and make me look good;) haha!

Daffy Duck from Cornelius, Oregon on February 25, 2012:

The dog that's the typer is the one that you treat the best. It has to be. Look at the hubs he/she's been putting out. It's making you look pretty good. LOL!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 23, 2012:

I'm xstatic that you like it! Lol. I hope you do - it's a winner here every time!

Jim Higgins from Eugene, Oregon on February 23, 2012:

Almost dinnertime when I read this, and am now extremely hungry! I will try this one for sure!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 23, 2012:

Hi Prasetio! So good to see you:). I hope you love this recipe as much as I do!! Thanks so much!

prasetio30 from malang-indonesia on February 23, 2012:

Fantastic recipe. I love chicken and it sound delicious. The pictures are mouthwatering as well. I can't wait to make it soon. Thank you very much. Rated up and take care!


Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 22, 2012:

Oh Daffy! Maybe that is what has been going on around here - I have 3 dogs - now which one of them is the typer? lol lol

Daffy Duck from Cornelius, Oregon on February 21, 2012:

I am the dog. My owner doesn't know, but I hacked into his account while he was showering.

I'll make sure to trip him so he can have the scraps. :)

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 21, 2012:

Hey the dog will love the leftovers Daffy! Lol thank you - I bet you could make this!

Daffy Duck from Cornelius, Oregon on February 18, 2012:

OMG! That looks so good. I'll be cooking that ssoner or later. Probably sooner than later. I love chicken dishes.

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 17, 2012:

Myth - oh let me know when you do try it! I bet Darrel will LOVE it and he will think you are a gormet cook! One of the things I love is that it looks like you worked really had - but it's fairly easy. You've probably had all the ingredients before and not realized it. Prosciutto ham is very thin and if you have extra - a great appetizer is slicing an apple and wrapping a slim strip of the ham around the apple with a frill pick - yummy!


Hey - way to go Miss 4.0 :)))

mythicalstorm273 on February 17, 2012:

I was just looking at a very similar recipe to try out that I had found on pintrest! Very cool and I think delicious sounding... Lol... most of those ingredients I have not used before so I'm not fully sure about it, but I am willing to cook Darrel anything at least once :-) This for sure is going on my gotta try list!

Ghaelach on February 17, 2012:

Morning Kelly.


This dish/recipe will be on our table at the weekend.

Have also booked marked it for the future.

Becomes a good vote from me. UP/A/B/I/U

Take care.

LOL Ghaelach

Dexter Yarbrough from United States on February 16, 2012:

Hi RealHousewife! This is a meal fit for a king! Thanks for sharing the recipe and all! I think I would have to go back for seconds!

V0ted up, up and away!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 16, 2012:

That was super fast Cogerson! I'm sure you can do better next time but I'm sorry the kids didn't like it! Good thing you had some Mac and cheese:) I always keep a spare meal in the freezer for when my kids don't like the grown up flavors. My kids might be a little older than your youngest too....I think little kids taste buds are much harder to please. Thanks so much for letting me know - your a terrific dad and hubby - my husband would never even attempt this! Lol

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 16, 2012:

Thank you Miss O! You should try it sometime - it is so yummy! It took me a long time to figure this out but I finally tried adding the exact amounts of butter, lemon juice and wine - that did the trick! Let me know if you try it!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 16, 2012:

Hi Martie - thank you! Too bad we can't just read recipes and never eat calories! Lol. We could just eat with our eyes!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 16, 2012:

Hey Frog - next time I make it I will! I will invite all well mannered Frogs to the table:) thank you! This meal is fit for a prince!

UltimateMovieRankings from Virginia on February 16, 2012:

Well the Cogerson family tried your recipe....first of all I am sure I can do better the next time....my wife and I enjoyed the meal...the older kids thought it was ok...but my little ones did not like it all....and ended up with a standard meal of macaroni and cheese....but I think we will try it again...thanks for sharing the recipe.

Marisa Hammond Olivares from Texas on February 15, 2012:

realhousewife - Kelly, this dish looks delish! The combination of ingredients sounds and looks really tasty. Ham and chicken is a great combo and I can see why this recipe is a real hit. The wine will certainly add nice flavor. Thank you for sharing this Kelly. I'm glad you were able to recreate this recipe. :)

Bookmarked and voted up! Sharing too!

Martie Coetser from South Africa on February 15, 2012:

I had dinner, but after reading this recipe I feel like I haven't eaten for days. Voted up and delicious.

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 15, 2012:

Hi healthwriterbob - this one does use both the ham and chicken. I only use about 4 Oz of ham....you have to out it in right at the end for just one minute of cook time or it looks brown and ugly:) lol. When my husband challenged me to make it - I just wrote down all the ingredients they tantalize you with on the menu and started from there:) ham and chicken! Lol

Thank you and I hope you love it if you make it!

The Frog Prince from Arlington, TX on February 15, 2012:

Kelly - Send me a strip map and tell me what time the sit down, chow down begins. I promise I have good table manners, especially when I can catch my breath between bites.

The Frog

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 15, 2012:

Hi Cardisa - Thank you! Yes - it is a bit labor intensive because you have to roll the chicken - I tell Dave as I am drinking my portion of the wine when I cook this - I have to talk nice to the chicken and roll it and massage it and whisper pretty nothings to it to make it come out just right:) lol He says, "put the bottle down!" haha You can't miss with this one if you like grilled chicken - I love to cook so I always plan to give myself time to do the extras with this and I turn on some music and enjoy it because I know everyone will be happy in at least an hour!

Let me know if you try it how you liked it and I hope you had a great Valentines!!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 15, 2012:

Hi Cogerson - my favorite cookin' dad! lol Even my kids like this one...one girl does not like the sauce - the other one loves it. My nephew LOVES this and he lives about 35 miles away - I think he would hitch hike over if I told him it was what's for dinner. He literally drinks the sauce! hahaha I think your wife would be pretty impressed and let me know how it all works out if you get a chance! Good luck - I know how hard it is to satisfy adults and children at the table 7 days a week. I have "freezer" meals that are options for any little complainers at the table! lol

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 15, 2012:

Hi Eiddwen - thank you so much! Let me know how it turns out. It is foolproof and only one guest of mine so far did not like it - but he doesn't eat poultry so I didn't take any offense:) lol

I hope you had a great Valenines Eddy!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 15, 2012:

Hi Tammy! Thank you - I think if the saying is true that you can win a man through his stomach - this would be the one! lol I have always thought that it really looks as pretty as it tastes! I hate when I make something and it looks so gorgeous plated but tastes like crap? When that happens my husband will say, "well I could live on it." It is what he doesn't say that speaks so loud! What a rip! This one - is a winner all the way around!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 15, 2012:

Hi Ts! I was just reading your hub about friendship! I loved it but I had to run off to a gymnastic lesson right near the end!

Let me know if you try it - it is a good one and I love it too because it is so forgiving. Nothing is an exact time and even if something comes out early it is easy to keep warm. The fries are best right out of the hot stove though! Let me know if you like it!

I hope you had a wonderful Valentines Day too - thank you!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 15, 2012:

Drbj - That is funny - I always entertain myself with a glass while I cook this one:) lol It is good for the heart! I have heard that you should never cook with wine you wouldn't drink so???? Right???

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 15, 2012:

Hi Sunnie - 20 years! Congrats - that is amazing. Dave and I have been together for 19 years and married 13. It took me seven years to get that darn recipe right:) lol

I bet your hubby would ask you to marry him again even if he doesn't like the chicken:) lol

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 15, 2012:

Hi Sholland! Thank you so much! I don't think I have been bookmarked before either, ha! lol

We had a really nice Valentines together! I made a dinner of steak (on that same grill:) lobster tails, snow crab, baked potatoes and corn. I would not have chosen the corn but the kids did....lol I got cute little cups that are red and blink - it was hilarious!

I hope you had a great Valentines too - I love that holiday!

healthwriterbob from United States on February 15, 2012:

Hi RealHousewife,

I am always looking for good grilled chicken recipes. I notice this one uses prosciutto ham along with the chicken. I think I will save this for future use. Voted up and useful. Sharing with my followers.

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 15, 2012:

Aw well thank you for reading and commenting Ruchira! I think I could be a vegetarian. I prefer many veggies over meat. I am not a huge fan of poultry myself, but this chicken recipe I do like a lot!

Carolee Samuda from Jamaica on February 15, 2012:

This is mouthwatering! I love grilled chicken and this looks great and it's pretty easy to make. Way to go Kelly!

UltimateMovieRankings from Virginia on February 15, 2012:

Sounds like a great recipe....I am thinking I will try this out tonight on the family....especially since they were complaining the other day that we never have anything different....this should keep them quite...voted up and hopefully useful.

Eiddwen from Wales on February 15, 2012:

Another to bookmark in with my favourite recipes.

I have this weeks meals sorted so this one is in line for next week.

I'll let you know how I get on.

Take care and have a great day.



Tammy from North Carolina on February 14, 2012:

That looks wonderful! I wonder how many engagements there will be on this Valentine's night from your recipie. :)

Tim Mitchell from Escondido, CA on February 14, 2012:

Not fair, not fair I cry,

opening my can of spam,

wiping mustard onto some bread,

while pulling pickles from the jar.

I will be sneaky for sure,

oh yes I will the mouse now a friend

Click, saved, printed, a pic of heaven

will be my virtual meal, mmmm

Thank you for the recipe, realhousewife. Printed for my 'new' hubpages recipe binder. Fri sounds about right to try this out. Enough of the other stuff. Looking forward to quiet time, conjuring up your little brew, and then savor a delightful morsel of home cooking. Thank You and Happy Valentine's Day!

drbj and sherry from south Florida on February 14, 2012:

What a yummy-looking recipe, Kelly. I love cooking chicken with wine. Sometimes I even put it in the food! (From the tee shirt of the same name.)

Sunnie Day on February 14, 2012:

This looks so good! I am sure my husband would love this..maybe he will ask me to marry him again..lol we just passed our 20 year mark..:) Thank you for sharing..


Susan Holland from Southwest Missouri on February 14, 2012:

Kelly, this looks scrumptious! I especially like the lemon with the chicken. I am going to have to bookmark this. I hope you put it on Pinterest! I hope you and your husband enjoy your Valentine's dinner. Thanks for sharing this recipe!! Voted and shared!! :-)

Ruchira from United States on February 14, 2012:

Hey RHW,

I sure agree that to a man's heart and his wallet is his stomach...lol

The pix looks so good that your hubby must be still his fingers :)

Unfortunately, I am a vegetarian so, will take a back seat.

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 14, 2012:

Hey Stacy - this one is a good one for sure! It is worth drooling over I think! And its even better in the summer when the guys can grill the chicken for you. Then I just make the other stuff inside. You can make it for a crowd (or a family of 5) easily. I just keep the sauce on the side and one kid loves it the other one doesn't. Either way - everyone is happy:)

I want to make the meat loaf again....everybody loves that too!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 14, 2012:

Ha! Hey Austin - I am just getting ready to make some lobster tails, steak, crab legs, salad and a veggie (haven't decided yet). I love scallops! And I need a bloody mary so great idea! I think I will start that operation right now:)

Dave gave me a box of chocolates ....already had a couple. Chocolate strawberries sound so good right now!

This recipe is awesome....everyone in my extended family loves it too and this one is requested frequently. The whole meal is really pretty healthy - the fries are baked too and olive oil is supposed to be good for ya! Thanks and let me know if you try it!

Stacy Harris from Hemet, Ca on February 14, 2012:

Ok - now I am regretting that I choose to go to the store and then read this. I am planning on making my Rachel Ray recipe - the Beef Wellingtons for us tonight. Yummy... but now that I have this thought in my mind... I am drooling.

Ok - I need to leave this comment and get off the screen pronto before I drool all over the laptop and short circuit it! :)

Lela from Somewhere near the heart of Texas on February 14, 2012:

Oooh, I'll have to find you a recipe for honey roasted salmon. It's the only kind I like.

I've never heard of Chicken Flamingo. But it looks divine. I will really have to try making this as it looks very diabetic friendly.

Bob and I had bacon wrapped scallops, shrimp and avocado cocktail, smoked sirloin, steak fries, broccoli and a salad. Then Bob had 2 Bloody Marys. For dessert, we went to the mall and bought a dozen chocolate dipped strawberries from Lamme's Candies - a Valentine tradition! Great anniversary meal!

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 14, 2012:

Hi Maddie - thank you so much! I was thinking about how when I first started cooking - I wasn't all that great and really needed simple step by step recipes! Lol. Even the smallest details can be confusing if you don't know terms or ingredients:).

My husband loves food - and he cracks me up when I make something not so good. I still keep trying to force feed him salmon...that's not going so good - this one never fails!

Maddie Ruud from Oakland, CA on February 14, 2012:

What a fabulous find! Great instructions, pictures, and I love the anecdote about your husband. ;)

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 14, 2012:

Thank you so much KDF - I'm still married and I'm still making this dish! Lol

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 14, 2012:

Aww thank you! I always love your recipes Susan so I think I'm safe saying you will love this! I like to cook - so I don't mind taking my time to make it. I just pop some good music on and drink the wine :-) lol. Let me know if you try it!

KDF from Central Illinois on February 14, 2012:

Voted UP!

Susan Zutautas from Ontario, Canada on February 14, 2012:

Oh man does this ever look good! Need to go buy some chicken breast this week and make this. I know everyone will love this dish. Thanks and bookmarking.

Up, awesome and wishing there was a delicious button.

Kelly Umphenour (author) from St. Louis, MO on February 14, 2012:

This one is a winner and it is really forgiving. No specific times just approximates. It seems a but much but it is one of those that after you do it a couple of times you don't even have to think about it. I wash all the pans while things are cooking so I can also manage to have most of the mess cleaned before it is done!

Let me know how it comes out if you try it! I would love to have your recipe too!

Sondra from Neverland on February 14, 2012:

I just found me a little slice of heaven, yes heaven. I eat chicken at almost every meal but I've never had this. It looks AWESOME! And I know my kids will love it too because they always ask for chicken and wine (that's what they call my chicken baked in white wine hahah). Thanks for sharing this recipe that took you so long to not only perfect - but also to one up!!

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