Balsamic Chicken With Onions


3 chicken breasts (could use 4 I would think)
1 onion, sliced in rings
1 cup balsamic vinegar (or around there, I didn’t measure)
1/4 cup brown sugar (again, just a guess)
olive oil for cooking


Heat the pan with a little olive oil on the bottom. Toss the onions in and cook them on medium heat until soft and caramelized. Take the onions out of the pan, add more oil if needed, and cook the chicken until it is all the way done (5-7 minutes on each side, depending on size of the chicken). Remove the chicken. Turn the heat on the pan to low. Pour the balsamic vinegar into the pan and scrape up the little bits on the bottom of the pan (adds flavor). Add the brown sugar and let it cook on low until it thickens up a bit and the sugar is disolved into the vinegar. Add the chicken and onions back to the pan and let them soak up the juices. We served this over noodles but many things could be done with it or it would be good plain as well.

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