Balsamic Herb Glazed Chicken

Today’s post is for a special club I’ve joined – The Secrete Recipe Club.  Wondering what the secret is… well I’ll tell ya… it’s  a group of  food bloggers who get to test, taste and share each others recipes, the only thing is…  shush – it’s a secret, that is until the reveal date.

My special food blogger for this month is Mindy at The World in My Kitchen. She’s a very talented and creative chef! I chose her Balsamic Rosemary Chicken recipe because it looked incredible and sounded so good my mouth was watering. I did however make a few changes by adding a Tuscan seasoning that includes rosemary, garlic and a melange of other earthy spices.

Balsamic Herb Glazed Chicken

Here’s what you’ll need to make this incredible Balsamic Herb Glazed Chicken.

6 chicken breast cutlets

1 cup balsamic vinegar

2 teaspoons Tuscan seasoning

2 tablespoons olive oil

Balsamic Herb Glaze

In a small saucepan add balsamic vinegar, Tuscan seasoning, bring to a boil over medium-low heat. Cook for 15 to 20 minutes or until balsamic has reduced to a glaze. Remove from heat, mix in the olive oil and allow to cool.  Transfer to bowl or serving dish.

Balsamic Herb Glazed Chicken & Salad

Heat a pan over medium high heat, coat with olive oil. Add chicken breasts and cook chicken 8 to 10 minutes on each side.  I’m using a grilling pan,  searing each side.  Remove from pan and let stand for 5 minutes.  Plate chicken onto your serving platter.  Drizzle a generous amount of balsamic glaze on your chicken.  Serve as lunch or dinner  alongside a salad or  atop of a panini. Enjoy!

Click the link below to check out more great recipes from this month’s Secret Recipe Club!

23 thoughts on “Balsamic Herb Glazed Chicken

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  2. This recipe club is nice collections of delicious recipe.The balsamic herb glazed chicken is nice one.The colour of this recipe looks beautiful.Thank you for sharing such a delicious recipe.I will try it in my kitchen and recommend my friends to try this recipe.

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