Milk may not seem a likely braising liquid, but it works beautifully, tenderizing the meat and combining with the chicken juices and spices to create the sauce. You can brown the meat in advance, assemble the braise and refrigerate it, then pop it into the oven just before you want to eat; in under an hour you’ll have a comforting main course that’s perfect for a snowy evening.
This is a great dish to make for a party, as it can be assembled ahead, even the day before, and then placed in the oven an hour before serving.
Easy, we kept telling our online contributor, please make it delicious and easy. And so she has developed a recipe with a great flavor profile and ingredients that we want at Thanksgiving. Danielle admitted that when she tested this recipe a second time, she stood at her kitchen counter and ate the whole pan. Now […]