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Chicken Marsala

Chicken Marsala is a classic Italian dish that boasts a unique blend of rich and savory flavors. Its star ingredient is none other than Marsala wine, which imparts an unmistakable depth to the dish, beautifully contrasting the tender sautéed chicken it bathes. Beyond its foundational components of chicken and Marsala, the dish typically incorporates mushrooms, garlic, and herbs to create a sophisticated symphony of tastes. It's a relatively easy yet impressive dish to prepare at home, making it perfect for an intimate dinner party or simply a flavorful weeknight meal.
#45
IN HEAT & SERVE MEALS & SIDES
97
CAL / 100G
$0.35
AVG / OZ
Chicken Marsala
52%
CARBS
19%
FAT
28%
PROTEIN
Chicken Marsala FAQ
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Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Chicken Marsala expire?
Chicken Marsala, a delightful dish incorporating chicken and Marsala wine, is best eaten fresh right after it's cooked. However, if you make a little extra or want to save some for later, you can safely store it in the fridge for up to 2-3 days. Beyond this period, the quality and safety of the dish may begin to deteriorate. If you choose to freeze the dish, it can last up to 2-3 months. However, freezing might affect the texture and quality of the chicken and sauce.
How do you tell if Chicken Marsala is bad?
To determine if your Chicken Marsala has spoiled, use your senses. First, look at it. If the food has developed an off color or mold, it should not be eaten. Next, smell it. Spoiled Chicken Marsala develops a kind of 'off' smell that is quite noticeable. Finally, if you're uncertain, taste just a small piece. If the flavor seems off, trust your instincts and discard the dish.
Tips for storing Chicken Marsala to extend shelf life
• Store the Chicken Marsala in an airtight container or zip-top plastic bag to keep it from drying out in the refrigerator. • If you freeze it, divide the dish into smaller portions - this allows for quicker cooling and freezing, and makes it easier to defrost only what you need at a later date. • Don't leave the Chicken Marsala to cool down completely before putting it into the fridge – pathogenic bacteria can grow if it spends too much time in the ‘danger zone’ (between 40°F and 140°F). • Don't put hot food directly into the freezer. It can increase the overall temperature in your freezer, risking the quality of other frozen foods.
Health Info
Macros
8g
CARBS
3g
FAT
4g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
MEDITERRANEAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
Contains these allergens
MILK
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