We had this the other night for dinner and enjoyed it a lot. Served this over rice.
Make and share this Clay Pot Swiss Chicken and Mushrooms recipe from Food.com.
- Presoak pot, top and bottom, in water for at least 15 minutes.
- Shake chicken pieces in bag containing the flour, oregano, paprika, marjoram and garlic salt. Keep the remaining flour mixture.
- Brown the chicken pieces in a frying pan, quickly, with the olive oil. Add the salt and pepper to taste. Place the browned chicken in the claypot, add the chopped green onions and the sliced mushrooms to the claypot.
- To the chicken drippings in the frying pan add the rest of the flour mixture to cook out slightly.
- Once cooked add the white wine and sour cream until sour cream has just melted and mixed through. Pour this whole mixture over the chicken.
- Spread the grated swiss cheese over the chicken and place the covered pot in a cold oven.
- Set the temperature to 250C or 480F and cook for approximately 45 minutes or until chicken is cooked to your liking checking after 30-35 minutes.
- I like to drain any oil accumulated from the chicken, sour cream and cheese and to do this I blot with paper towels.
On one hand I had high hopes for this, on the other great concerns. I wondered how it'd cook without the cheese and sour cream curdling, but decided the flour might hold the sour cream together and the clay pot might be magic enough to stop the cheese going the same way. Wrong. If we eat with our eyes, tonight I wish I was blind.-This really tasted good but looked so unappealing I'm glad it was just the two of us eating. I fried my mushrooms in the oil and used thyme instead of marjoram. Like I said, taste was good but I wouldn't make this again sorry Jules.
I would give this 5 stars, loved it, but the other 3 said 4. Their reasons were varied, Kate hated the taste imparted by the pot, which no one else noticed. Hubby said it was very good, but not exceptional. my son in law just doesnt like dark chicken meat (?) So it gets a 4, BUT a very very good dish, easy to make, and I would do it in a casserole if you havent got a clay pot. I usede leg and thigh (maryland) and I thought it was an ideal meat for this dish. Thanks Jewels, good recipe :)
This rating came on the basis that the DH said 3 the DM and DS 5 and I said 4 so we took the middle ground. I went out today and bought a clay pot from the local oriental supermarket today to make this (sought of reminded me of a chicken stroganoff) and it cost $17.95 - a worthwhile investment I think. I disected 2 small chickens and used 4 half breasts and 2 merrylands (they were a snug fit in the bottom on of the clay pot) and their weight was exactly 1K. I did sub tarragon for the marjoram and used 2 teaspoons of fresh oregano and only 3 green onions/spring onions and onion powder instead of onion salt. Thank you Jewelie for introducing me to the claypot.