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Raspberry Vinegar Chicken Breasts

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Adjust Servings:
2 tbsp butter
1 boneless and skinless chicken breast
3 tbsp shallots — finely chopped
1 tbsp vegetable oil
1/4 cup raspberry vinegar
1/3 cup chicken stock
1/3 cup heavy whipped cream

Nutritional information

4 g
14.3 g
17.3 g
91 mg
77 mg

Raspberry Vinegar Chicken Breasts

  • Non Veg
    • 45 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy



    If you’ve been wondering what to do with that bottle of raspberry vinegar for some time, this raspberry vinegar chicken breast is one recipe that you can try. The sauce is creamy, light and delicious and you will love how the chicken breasts taste all soaked in it. Make this dish and see how pleased the crowd back home is. The sauce all rich and creamy works great with rice and over vegetables as well. Just to be safe, make a large batch of sauce and store so you can use them when you are having vegetables or pasta or even rice.

    Health Benefits

    • Chicken stock is known to help reduce joint pain and is a powerhouse of anti-inflammatory compounds.
    • Chicken stock also packs in several minerals that are easily absorbed by the body: calcium, magnesium, sulfur, phosphorous, and silicon.
    • Shallots are rich in antioxidants just like garlic and contain organosulfur compounds from which they derive their characteristic scent.
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    How to make Raspberry Vinegar Chicken Breasts

    • Add butter and oil in a saucepan and heat over medium flame. Add the chicken and allow it to turn light brown on both sides.
    • Remove from the pan once the meat is cooked and the juices run clear. Keep aside.
    • Add the chicken stock and shallots to the pan and cook on low heat for 3 minutes. Add the raspberry vinegar and bring to a boil. Lower the heat while stirring. Allow the preparation to thicken.
    • Add the cream and stir. Add the chicken to the pan and heat for 1 minute to allow it to warm. Keep turning the chicken pieces so they are coated well with sauce. Sprinkle pepper and salt and it is ready to serve.


    • Did you know modern chickens are all descendants of India and Southeast Asia’s red jungle fowl? For at least the last 4,000 years, these have been domesticated. Many experts believe that these were first domesticated not for food but for cockfights.
    • Chicken is one of the most popular diets and it is believed that an average American consumes more than 90 lb of this meat in a year. It is said that our body can obtain nearly 30 nutritional substances from merely 100 g of chicken.

    Amelia Jones

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