We’re not sure of the origin story for the recipe, but we sure do love the name. In the event Ina Garten’s Engagement Roast Chicken doesn’t work, try this recipe – it should do the trick. We love the sundried tomato notes in this creamy sauce, and they really shine by using our Italian Herbs Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Smoked Tomato Blend. The end result is marriage material.
This recipe is equal parts flavor and technique, and we employ one of our favorite techniques for tackling boneless, skinless chicken breasts: cutlets. It’s how we create our Tarragon Mustard Chicken Cutlets. Read more about the technique in our blog: Three Techniques for Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts.