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Burgundy Chicken with Mushrooms

This is a great chicken dish that’s good enough for company!

The chicken is smothered in mushrooms, garlic and onions with a splash of burgundy.  We were pleasantly surprised how juicy delicious it turned out, thanks to this recipe from the American Heart Association Cookbook.

The National Chicken Council states Americans eat around 80 pounds of chicken per year.  That’s a lot of chicken, and there must be a ton of recipes for it, so shake things up a bit and try this good one!

Burgundy Chicken with Mushrooms



4 boneless chicken breast halves

8 ounces button mushrooms, sliced

¼ cup finely chopped onions

4 garlic cloves, minced

4 tablespoons burgundy wine

½ cup chicken broth, low sodium


Spray a nonstick skillet with cooking spray over medium-high heat.

Cook the chicken for 5 minutes, turn and cook for 5 minutes long, until seared and no longer pink in the center.

Transfer to a plate.

Scrape the skillet to dislodge any browned bits.

Put mushrooms, onion, garlic, burgundy, and broth in the skillet.

Stir together.

Cook for 2 minutes.

Stir in the chicken and its juices.

Cook for 5 minutes, until the mushrooms just begin to brown slightly.

Place chicken on a platter.

Spoon mushroom mixture over the chicken.




  1. Oh, yum! This sounds like dinner here tonight! Thank you, Pam, for sharing.

  2. It's hard to go wrong with chicken, mushrooms and wine!! I finally got out to restock with chicken breasts and thighs among other things. I now feel secure in the food department. It is bitterly cold here and will be all week. I had to pump gas and my right hand is still tingling as it "wakes" up!!


  3. I agree..chicken..mushrooms and wine..what's not to like?
    Thank you.

  4. Mushrooms are my thing....I love em'
    and these look so very tasty! A thumbs up from me on this one!!
    Have a Blessed day.

  5. Pam, My better half would love this entree! I don't care for mushrooms but she loves them and orders them frequently when we go out to eat. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

  6. This looks delicious, and with mushrooms and burgundy, I can see it packs a ton of flavours!

  7. Such a pretty dish Pam and sounds so easy too. Everyone should eat like this.

  8. Pam,
    Chicken with mushrooms and wine is so delicious, with wonderful flavors and definitely a company dish.

  9. Dear Pam, I am sure company would be very honored to enjoy such a delicious chicken dish.
    Blessings dear. Catherine xo

  10. I think Chris and I eat about 80 pounds of chicken in a year!! lol It's just such a versatile piece of meat... and this recipe sounds delicious!!!

  11. Oh yes! This is a keeper Pam....especially LOVE that there's not much prep work....with the kitchen remodel I need EASY recipes....keep 'em comin'!!

  12. I need to put mushrooms on the grocery list! This sounds amazing! I'm following you now too my friend! Sweet hugs!

  13. Hello Pam... thank you so much for your visit. This looks delish!... I love chicken and I love mushrooms... going to try it!... wishing you a blissful day, xoxo Julie Marie

  14. Looks amazing, and healthy too. We love mushrooms!

  15. This looks delicious, Pam! All of the ingredients are so good!

  16. I LOVE mushrooms, so we'll be making this (as in tomorrow night!)

  17. Great sounding recipe Pam. Love these kinds of dishes.

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