Chicken Marabella is an easy and fabulously delicious chicken recipe from my friend Nancy, The Wife of a Dairyman. I first discovered it when she gave me her North Bay Dairy Women cookbook. Then last year I visited Nancy and her family at their dairy farm home and Nancy made Chicken Marabella.
I love Chicken Marabella. This is a big recipe. You can always freeze extras. It’s a must try!
Serve with rice. For guests who don’t like olives or prunes, serve on the side. I cut up the olives finely and told the girls the prunes are plums. They ate it. We had a mix of wild rice and white rice along with some roasted pepper and cheese bread and asparagus that my mom prepared for us while Nathan and I taught Sunday School.
This looks delicious! I should not have looked at this before I’m about to eat supper – it makes my supper of a salad look so sad!
This does look good. And, I like that it uses really different ingredients like the prunes and olives. So many times I feel like I use the same ingredients over and over again.
The Wife of a Dairyman says
Now I’M craving Chicken Marabella!
The Durrer Family says
This looks yummy!! BTW…. Love the NBDW cookbook – some Fantastic recipes in there, gonna have to mark this one to try soon!
Create With Joy says
This looks / sounds scrumptious! I’d like to invite you to share this at my Inspire Me Monday party, which is open all week at:
Create With Joy
Have a wonderful Easter! 🙂