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Sophie’s chicken with a sage wine sauce, served with lemon oil sage baked potatoes & bay leaf carrots

A divine dinner to impress ! 🙂

A tasty chicken & sage & wine sauce dinner
Yummy lemon oil sage baked potatoes
A divine wine & sage sauce!
Yesterday, I made this for dinner. It is a special meal enjoyable with your loved one.

I had a lot of fresh sage left & wanted to use it in my cooking & baking.

Recipe: For 2 persons, with a bit of seconds
Ingredients:
** For the chicken:
2 large chicken fillets, each about 160 gr, no skin, cleaned & cut into smaller pieces
2 tablespoons of flour or gluten-free flour
sea salt flakes ( S. )
grinned black pepper ( P. )
soy baking margarine
** For the wine sage sauce:
240 ml of low salt gluten-free chicken stock
240 ml of a fruity white wine, like: Rias Baixas, Miudiño, Albariño 2008!! This is a lovely Spanish wine!
soy baking margarine
1 tablespoon of fresh sage, cleaned & cut up into little pieces
2 tablespoons of Maïzena express ( this is cornstarch ) or a gluten-free corn binding flour
** For the lemon oil sage baked potatoes:
About 650 gr hard-boiled potatoes, peeled & cut up into 4, boiled for about 10 minutes, well-drained, cooled in the fridge
lemon oil : 3 to 4 tablespoons or ( 3 to 4 tablespoons of EVOO with 1 tablespoon of lemon juice added )
1 tablespoon of fresh sage, cleaned & cut up into little pieces
sea salt flakes
** For the carrots:
A bunch of carrots with the greens attached, greens cut off, peeled & washed, cut into 2 or into 4 long equal pieces
3 dried bay leafs
Method:
1. So, before you are going to prepare dinner, take the potatoes out of the fridge. Preheat the oven to 180° C. ( 356 F ) for 10 minutes.
2. Prepare your lemon oil sage potatoes. Take 2 large oven baking tins & place the potatoes in 1 layer in it. Add the 3 to 4 tablespoons of lemon oil or drizzle more over your potatoes. Add the chopped sage & scatter some sea salt over the top too. Now, with your hands mingle, mix everything carefully together, so that the potatoes are covered with the mix on all sides.
3. Place into the preheated oven on the medium shelf & bake for about 40 to 45 minutes, until golden.
4. When the potatoes only need the last 25 minutes, prepare the rest. Cook the carrots with the 3 dried bay leafs in hot boiling water until al dente. This will be after 15 minutes or so. Drain well. Keep warm.
5. Meanwhile, season the chicken pieces well on both sides with sea salt flakes & grinned black pepper. Take a large plate & add the 2 tablespoons of flour. Flour the chicken pieces on all sides & shake off the excess. Heat a large non-stick pan up on medium high & add 3 to 4 tablespoons of the baking margarine. When hot & sizzling, add the chopped sage & fry for 1 minute. Stir from time to time. Then, add the chicken pieces. Fry on both sides until golden brown & cooked trough. Remove the chicken from the pan & place on a large plate. Place aluminium foil over the top to let the chicken rest & to keep it warm.
6. Heat the same pan on a higher heat. Add some tablespoons of baking margarine & let it melt. Now, you add the wine & the chicken stock at the same time. Let it all reduce. Stir from time to time. Now, the house smells great!! When it is reduced for 1/3, I add 1 tablespoon of the Maïzena express ( cornstarch ) to the sauce in the pan. Let it boil for 1 minute or so & whisk well. If the sauce doesn’t is the right consistency, I add another tablespoon of the Maïzena. Whisk well & boil for another minute. Taste the sauce. It has to taste fab! Add more S & P if necessary.
7. Now, take your plates & plate up!
Enjoy with a good glass of the same wine with this lovely meal!!

 

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

106 thoughts on “Sophie’s chicken with a sage wine sauce, served with lemon oil sage baked potatoes & bay leaf carrots

  1. Sophie, this dish looks great. I just love the aroma of sage and they're really good with your potatoes and chicken. What a comfort food.

  2. By George, I think you just gave me dinner. Perfect for the dreary weather here and still have sage bursting in my garden!

  3. The sage in this is so lovely. In fact, what timing as I just bought a small sage plant to put in my backyard. Can't wait to cook dishes like this with it.

  4. Sage is such a fantastic herb! Those lemon oil sage potatoes….wow- I bet they are great! I happen to LOVE lemon potatoes. This is definitely a special meal, and so nice of you to make it for your husband!

  5. Saw your blog on Chow & Chatter–you have some wonderful looking recipes. I love sage and this dinner looks amazing. I will be back to look around some more. ;-)Aloha,Deb

  6. Thankfully my dinner is in the oven and well on its way, or I'd be in serious trouble reading this. I love this sophisticated sounding dish and it seem just the thing for a lovely evening in

  7. Sophie, I can imagine how delicious that chicken dish.. I love chicken and this sounds really yummy and simple to make..love it! 🙂

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