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This recipe was great and very easy! I used legs and wings instead of thighs and it was very good. I think the number of figs was a little on the high side and if I were to make it again I would probably use half of what this recipe calls for. Further I will cut them in half so that they lend more flavor to the sauce and chicken.
We thought this was great. I did make a few changes...I used balsamic vinegar instead of white fresh figs and thyme instead of parsley. I also used a whole chicken cut into pieces. Tonight I'll probably add some cippollinas because I have a bunch. I think sage would work well too. The house smelled wonderful while it was cooking. We garnished with crumbled a local goat cheese. I served this with a Pinot noir.
Good recipe for the sauce... I did something different with the chicken.. I used boneless cutlets and stuffed them with goat cheese and fig wrapped in prosciutto. Once the dish was done I drizzled it with honey. It was spectacular!
I really liked this recipe. After reading reviews I made a couple of modifications: 1) I only used one 9 oz. bag of figs and that was ample believe me - if you used all the figs the recipe calls for you would have more of a fig dish than a chicken dish. 2) I increased the lemon just a touch. 3) I used all fresh parsley no dried parsley. This came out quite tasty. I'm glad I added a bit more lemon because the figs add quite a sweet flavor to the final product. But I don't cook with figs often and I like to mix it up a bit so this was good.
I followed this recipe exactly. It calls for WAY too many figs! You have to LOVE figs to like this dish. I think it would have been better with half the figs & chicken breast rather than thighs. The sauce was very tasty. I felt more like I was eating a fig dessert rather than a dinner. The figs did cook very nicely but it simply was too much. My husband didn't care for this dish. It was easy to make. Expensive using all those figs! We buy all organic....