Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe

Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe
4 stars from 2 ratings of So delicious

Introduction

Geraci's is an Italian restaurant located in University Heights Ohio. They have been in existence for approximately fifty years, and continue to have a wonderful reputation for homemade Italian food. This hub contains the original Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala recipe. If you visit Ohio you can order it from their menu, or make it at home and save yourself a trip. Its super easy to make, and the butter Marsala wine sauce is so delicious.

Cook Time

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 10 min
Ready in: 25 min
Yields: 5

Ingredients

  • 2 Cups Beef Broth
  • 2 Cups Portabella sliced mushrooms
  • 4 ounces Butter, (more as needed)
  • Flour for dredging
  • 1 Tablespoon Cornstarch
  • 8 Ounces Chicken cutlets
  • 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil, (More as needed)
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe. Pounding Chicken
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe. Pounding Chicken
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe. Chicken in a bag.
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe. Chicken in a bag. | Source
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe. Pounded chicken
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe. Pounded chicken | Source
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe | Source
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe. Making the cornstarch
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe. Making the cornstarch | Source

Directions

  1. Get out your plastic wrap and lay a big piece on the counter. Lay about 4 chicken cutlets on top of the plastic wrap. Cover the top of the chicken breasts with another piece of plastic wrap.
  2. Use your meat pounder and start to pound the chicken till it is thin. Set aside, and continue the steps with all your chicken tenders
  3. Place some flour in a biz zip lock bag. Place your pounded chicken in the bag and coat well with the flour.
  4. Add your butter and olive oil in a large sauté pan over high heat on the stove. Heat till it sizzles. Don't let it burn and get brown. Take your chicken out of the bag- and lightly shake. Add your chicken to the hot pan. We want to lightly brown the chicken on both sides. Do this with all of your chicken, placing the browned chicken pieces aside on a plate. Add more butter or olive oil as needed.
  5. When all of your chicken is on the plate place it in the oven to just keep it warm. Add your mushrooms to the pan on the stove. Sauté these briefly and then add the garlic. Add the Marsala wine and simmer for about 3 minutes. Continue to stir. Add your beef broth and simmer till it is heated and semi boiling.
  6. In a small separate bowl add your cornstarch. Add a little water to the cornstarch till you are able to stir it. I would say about 3 Tablespoons of water. Add your cornstarch to your pan on the stove and stir as you are pouring it in the pan. You don't want lumpy sauce.
  7. Re add your cooked chicken to the pan. Coat the chicken and simmer till the sauce is mixed well with the butter Marsala sauce, and the chicken is cooked thru. This do-sent take long
  8. Serve on a plate. Top your chicken with the Marsala sauce. This is good with mashed potatoes because the sauce is so delicious.
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe
Geraci's Restaurant Chicken Marsala Recipe | Source

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FullOfLoveSites 2 years ago from United States

Looks really yummy! And it looks really easy to prepare. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Now I can surprise my loved ones a home-cooked meal that looks and tastes like one coming from a restaurant :)


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Vacation Trip 2 years ago from India

Wow.. Your recipe looks very delicious. Thanks for sharing. Voted up.


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Obreinfamily 2 years ago from florissant Author

It is so good- and easy... plan on not having any leftovers


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oliversmum 2 years ago from australia

Obreinfamily. Hi. Love the look and sound of your recipe,also the easy to follow instructions. Thanks for sharing with us. Interesting. Thumbs up. :) :)

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