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White Wine Sauce (for Chicken)

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Serves 2

Really easy and delicious sauce to go with a chicken dish.

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Ingredients

  • 1 Onion
  • 1 Chicken stock cube
  • 150ml White wine
  • 300ml Double or single cream
  • Crushed garlic clove (optional)
  • Spinach (optional)
  • Olive Oil

Method

    1. Fry the chopped onions in the oil in a frying pan until soft.
    2. Next add the stock to the pan along with the white wine and simmer for 10 minutes.
    3. Pour in the cream and add the spinach and garlic and simmer for further 10 minutes or until a desirable thickness is achieved.

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YummyCheung
10th Feb, 2014
Absolutely delicious and so simple to make! Sauce is probably good for 3 generous servings!
Zedman
25th Jan, 2014
4.05
Really tasty recipe which I used with fish. Rather large helping for 2 so I halved the quantities. I added the wine without the stock initially and reduced it somewhat before adding the stock and then the cream. I seasoned with black pepper and salt at the end. Made a great partner to the lemon sole, so thank you to the author.
trick_79
19th Jul, 2014
Hello, May I ask you how much stock you mused? It doesn't give a measurement on the recipe. Thanks, Vicky
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5diva5
18th Feb, 2016
5.05
Wow, easy, yet VERY tasty sauce. I received compliments from my Mum & Boyfriend (high praise indeed) when served with pork, crushed roasted potatoes, butternut squash & broccoli. Thank you
nettyh
10th Feb, 2015
Why not try yogurt for a low fat alternative. Thick set is best.
YummyCheung
10th Feb, 2014
Add mushrooms in with the onions if you love mushrooms!