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Balsamic Raspberry Chicken

I love balsamic vinegar.  So this recipe was right up my alley!  The raspberry and balsamic combination is a hit.  My whole family enjoyed it.  Even the picky eater had two helpings.
Balsamic Raspberry Chicken
4 -6 boneless skinless chicken breasts (or equivalent in tenders)
1/3 cup raspberry jam
2 Tablespoons balsamic vinegar
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1/4 teaspoon salt
Spray skillet with cooking spray.  Saute chicken over medium-high heat.  Turning several times so it won't overbrown.  Lightly season with seasoning salt or salt and pepper. (what ever you  like!)  Saute until chicken is cooked thoroughly.  Remove chicken from pan and keep warm. Wipe out skillet a bit.
Reduce heat to medium and add, jam, vinegar, salt and pepper.  Stir until the jam melts.   Return chicken to pan and coat it evenly in the sauce.  Simmer on medium-low heat for about 5 minutes. 
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  1. Your Balsamic Raspberry Chicken looks and sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe.


  2. This sounds yummy...definitely going to try this one for my family next week. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Mmmmm, I love balsamic too. I'll have to give this recipe a try! Thanks for sharing :)

  4. OH! That looks so easy and so yummy! What a terrific idea! I am definitely going to have to try this!

  5. Yummy! Now I know what to do with last years freezer jam (and the chicken I got on sale). You are the cooking genius!

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  12. Balsamic Raspberry Chicken - yummy.. Just printed the recipe - can't wait to try it. Thanks

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  13. This chicken looks divine. I would like to give it a whirl and garnish it with fresh raspberries. Thanks for a lovely idea.

  14. This recipe looks wonderful. My 15 year old daughter makes a wonderful raspberry viniagrette dressing, so I know we will love this. Your sight looks great!

  15. I've never cooked with balsamic vinegar - but this looks really good! I think it's time to branch out!

  16. I came over from FF because I thought your chicken sounded yummy and then I saw your blintzes... no doubt they were a big hit! I am almost afraid to make them because I know I'll eat too many! Thanks for sharing.

  17. That chicken looks and sounds yummy Tiffanee! I will have to try it! I'm linking you to my pink Saturday post today. Thanks for linking me last week!

  18. oh WOWZER that looks and sounds so yummy. I can almost taste it!

  19. This looks so good! We have a restaurant in town that makes raspberry ribs. My kids love it! I bookmarked this. Cant wait to try. When I do I will link it back to you (It is YOUR recipe after all)


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