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Tasty Foie Gras Stuffed Chicken in Merlot Red Wine Reduction

foie gras stuffed chicken merlot red wine reduction
Making restaurant-style food is always a challenge for me. As I am such a glutton, I often like to experiment with good food. This Tasty Foie Gras Stuffed Chicken in Merlot Red Wine Reduction has gotta be one of my most satisfactory dishes by far as it is extremely delicious!

foie gras stuffed chicken merlot red wine sauce
Merlot is best for making red wine sauce for a dish like this cause it is smooth and fruity. Imagine all the goose liver tucked inside your juicy chicken breast and drenched in a mushroom red wine reduction accompanied by healthy grilled pumpkins. The taste is just heavenly!

hungarian golden goose liver pate foie gras
During my recent trip to Budapest, I was introduced to the Hungarian Golden Goose Liver by my tour manager. Being a fan of Foie Gras, I naturally bought some of the finest goose liver pates. Do you know that Foie Gras is good for you, and it is known as " the French paradox " according to American researchers and Dr Serge Renaud - a specialist in the field? ( Source: Golden Goose Liver )

Apparently, Foie Gras are a recommended part of dietary intake since they help reduce the level of so-called " bad " cholesterol in the blood. So unlike the contrary hear-say, goose liver is actually good for you!

4 Chicken Breasts
500g Pumpkin (sliced )
150g Foie Gras
1 tsp Salt
Dash of Pepper
Extra Virgin Olive Oil for greasing

Red Wine Sauce Reduction:
2 big Shitake Mushrooms ( sliced )
5 caps Merlot Red Wine
1 cap Balsamic Vinegar
1 tsp Plain Flour
1 tbsp Butter
Pinch of Salt ( optional )

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  • Prepare pumpkin by greasing with olive oil or butter and placing them on a grease-proof baking tray. Preheat convection oven at 180°C and grill for about 5 minutes or till soft. Remove and transfer to serving plates.
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  • Divide foie gras into 4 equal portions. Rinse chicken and butterfly the meat. Rub chicken with salt and pepper, and place a piece of the goose liver on it. Close it back.
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  • Line tray with parchment paper and grease with olive oil. Place chicken on it and grease with olive oil too. Bake at 200°C for about 20 minutes or almost cooked. ( Adjust temperature and timing according to oven type ).
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  • Remove chicken and pour juices into a bowl and stir in flour. Set aside.
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  • For crispier chicken skin, grease pan with olive oil ( optional ) and place chicken skin side down. Pan fry till crispy golden brown and transfer to serving plates.
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  • Melt butter in pan. Add balsamic vinegar, red wine and mushrooms. Stir well, add salt and pour in starch made from chicken juices earlier. Simmer till sauce thickened and reduced.
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  • Drizzle red wine sauce onto the chicken and serve your Tasty Foie Gras Stuffed Chicken in Merlot Red Wine Reduction!
hungary golden goose liver foie gras recipe
Just look at the generous stuffing of the mouth-watering goose liver! Isn't it nice to know that the Hungarian Golden Goose Liver is 100% natural and that the geese are not force fed? Bon Appetit!


  1. So beautifully made. Merlot!! I think I still have a bottle left.

  2. it is just like a chef cooking..looks delicious with the mushroom sauce.

  3. That looks restaurant quality, Shirley! I'm so impressed

  4. I have to agree with your Merlot wineis great to cook with and made sauces I use it all the time. This looks amazing and the goose liver wow never taste that will like to try this exquisite dish.

  5. this sounds amazing

    1. A class above the rest dish. I see the skill in making and the deliciousness.

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  7. An elegant chicken dish! Perfect for company!!!

  8. wow I'm hungry now:) Nice pictures:)

  9. ;D

    Deve ser muito delicioso!

    Ótima terça!

    Beijo! ^^

  10. Another delicious looking dish Shirley! The combination of flavors sound like it will taste amazing1

  11. looks so delicious! love this recipe, thanks for sharing!

    xx Melis

  12. I love chicken....I must try this recipe.
    you're such a great chef!

  13. Just popped in for a quick hug :-)

  14. Merlot is a so tasty wine, a so lovely recipe, Shirley :)
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  15. nom nom nom it look delicious <3
    Thanks for sharing :3

  16. Hi Shirley:)
    I was always under the impression that Foie Gras was laden with cholesterol as are most organ meats. Now you have piqued my curiosity:)

    Whatever the case, I would be most willing to give your restaurant style meal a a portion of my alloted cholesterol, looks fantabulous!!!

    Thanks so much for sharing, Shirley...

  17. wow,that looks so delicious
    i would love to try it

  18. That looks really delicious! Thanks for sharing!

  19. im not foie gras fan
    but im glad to know no animal abuse prior to be killed

  20. Nicely done!

    The dish looks fabulous. I like foie gras too, but have never tried Hungarian foie gras. I honestly don't care if they've been force fed or not (they're geese, we do worse to humans) so my primary concern would be quality. If it tastes the same, I'll go for it. :)

  21. What a lovely dish, Shirley. I am salivating over the thought of wine sauce with chicken. I will try this one day!

  22. Soooo delicious Shirley! I'm a huge lover of foie gras but I don't eat it too often but wouldn't mind having it more often! This sounds like such a good pairing, the chicken is lean, the foie gras rich and fatty and the sauce to pull everything together!


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