Get the recipe for Chicken Breasts Pierre at: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/16707/chicken-breasts-pierre/

Dinner is a simple and delicious spectacle with this classic dish from the 90s. Coat chicken breasts in a mixture of flour and salt and pepper, then brown in butter. Simmer the chicken in a mixture of stewed tomatoes, brown sugar, white vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, chili powder, mustard, celery seed, garlic and hot pepper sauce. Don’t forget to serve with a hearty loaf of French bread for sopping up all the zesty sauce!

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12 COMMENTS

  1. I love Allrecipes. They're good people who're just trying to share their recipes with the world. Why do you guys have to bring so much negativity to their comments? We're all just looking for recipes to cook at home. Be nice to one another.

  2. it looks like a great recipe, but i`m not big on the hot and spicy AKA red pepper flakes, chili powder and hot pepper sauce. i prefer a more mild flavor such as clubhouse mild chili. i`m wondering if a 1/4 to 1/2 packet of clubhouse mild chili powder would work for the spicy part, and use it to replace the red pepper flakes, chili powder and hot pepper sauce? i know that hot pepper sauce and red pepper flakes are not the same, but all they do is make the recipe hotter. it's the chili powder i`m thinking of replacing and omitting the the red pepper flakes and hot pepper sauce. i love chicken and i love tomatoes, so this recipe looks very good with a variation here and there. i don`t mind that the video runs faster, as they do put up the name of each ingredient and the measure for each. what i like most of all, it that they put the full recipe up at the end, so you can pause the video, and write it down. i`d also cut back on the second measure of salt. if the dish isn`t salted enough at the table a light sprinkle of salt will fix that.

  3. Some of these videos are fast but I dont mind. I dont have time to spend watching long viseos. So short and sweet and to the point is fine by me. If its too fast for you just pause the video and write everything down. Its as easy as that.

  4. That looks delicious, but I think the video plays too fast and you cannot hardly see the ingredients flashing on the screen. I think it should slow down the more you play it plus at the end the ingredients are listed but again it goes off so fast you do not have time to even write it down.

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