How good is Carrabba's Chicken Bryan? So darn good chickens should be honored to be made into this dish! Made with a basil and sun dried tomato sauce, poured over a tenderized, grilled chicken breast topped with tangy goat cheese.

Mmmmm, Mmmmmm! Some say I am partial because my name is Brian, however, I say that everyone will love this dish and for a fraction of what you would pay in a restaurant! 

So I present Brian's Chicken Bryan, a copycat of Carrabba's Chicken Bryan.

For two to four people, depending on how hungry you are.

Step 1: Get it Together

Here is a list of all the ingredients you will need for the sauce.

1 tablespoon minced garlic (I cheat a little and buy a jar of minced garlic)
1 tablespoon minced onion
2 tablespoons of butter (unsalted)
1/2 cup of white wine. (I would recommend a chardonnay or a pinot grigio. Most others are too sweet.)
1/4 cup lemon juice
1/3 cup sun dried tomatoes
1/4 cup basil (about ten leaves)
2/3 cup of butter (unsalted, sliced and chilled)
salt and pepper

For the chicken you will need:

2 chicken breast (boneless and skinless)
1 tablespoon cooking oil (I suggest something with a high smoke point such as corn, olive or canola)
4 ounces goat cheese
salt and pepper

<p>if you like Carrabas's Chicken Bryan...try this. Boo Yaw</p>
<p>I'm glad you like it!</p>
I just made this again tonight but I made 6 chicken breast. There was more than enough sauce for the extra meat
This looks good although I have not tried it before. Thanks for sharing your hard work and please remember to have a great weekend! <br>sunshiine
Carrabbas is very good. The only dish that I wouldn't recommend is the lobster ravioli.
Carrabas is supposed to be really good. Never eaten there though. Have made a dish similar to yours.
fantastic and better than carabbas's as the ingredients i used were better
<p>thank you! this was delicious!!</p>

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