Comment on Fig-Stuffed Chicken with Balsamic Vinegar by Sulten Skat.
Hi Nicole! I’m so glad that you enjoyed the fig-stuffed chicken – especially the sauce! Certainly double or triple the sauce if you have a lot of chicken. You might be able to stuff an additional fig into the larger chicken breasts, which would release more sugars for the sauce. I will also note that using a thicker balsamic vinegar (the ones that are more of a syrupy consistency) will go a long way with flavor. If using that kind of balsamic vinegar, you may need less sauce since there’s more balsamic flavor.
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Hi Georgiana – That’s a nice substitution you made with the yolks since you can’t tolerate egg whites. That’s great that the lemon cookies were a hit with your friend. You would never know they’re gluten-free, dairy-free, and corn-free. Thank you for your kind words about my blog – both my recipes and being “real”. I certainly am real – there’s no other way to be! I’m glad it comes across. 🙂
Hi Georgiana – I’m glad you were able to make this recipe using your own substitution with the additional egg yolks and coconut milk. That’s great! You can definitely add more bacon. I didn’t add much bacon in order to keep the fat and the sodium on the lower side since we eat this quite a bit. Thank you for the nice note about reading my recipe and blog. Happy that you are following! And yes, the lemon cookies are soooooo good. Thanks for letting me know how well they freeze. Ours never made it to the freezer since our mouths stopped them. 🙂
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