Donna’s Chicken Marsala

One of my favorite things to do, whether I’m camping or at just at home, is to cook. I was fortunate to find a Ninja Foodie at a really good deal this year and it has become one of my most favorite cooking appliances. It’s an air fryer, pressure cooker, and a slow cooker. It has additional functions to bake/roast, saute`/sear, and steam. I haven’t tried everything that it does, but the functions I’ve used, I have loved. Clean up is easy as well.

Today’s recipe is my simple chicken marsala.

  • 8 chicken strips or 4 chicken breasts
  • 1 TBSP minced garlic
  • 1-2 cups sliced mushrooms (my favorite is the baby bellas)
  • 1 1/4 cup chicken broth
  • 3/4 cup white wine – any that I have in the refrigerator
  • Cooked egg noodles or rice
  1. Season chicken with salt, pepper, and garlic salt.
  2. Pour a TBSP olive oil and a TBSP butter into the Ninja Foodie Pot.
  3. Set on saute’ and allow to cook chicken for 2 minutes on each side along with the minced garlic.
  4. Pour chicken broth, wine, and mushrooms over chicken. Salt and pepper for taste.
  5. Set Ninja on pressure setting and place the pressure lid onto the unit.
  6. Pressure cook on high for 8 minutes and quick release pressure when done.
  7. Remove lid.
  8. If you’d like a thicker sauce, remove some of the liquid from the pot into a cup and add 1-2 TBSP flour. Stir until smooth.
  9. Set Ninja on saute`. Stir in flour mixture and whisk to smooth out the flour mixture.
  10. Once thickened, turn off pot and serve over egg noodles or rice.

This recipe is very easy and takes less than 30 minutes. Hope you enjoy.

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