(KLTV) - David Wallace with
shared a great, classic recipe with a twist, suitable for a weeknight dinner, but delicious enough to serve to company!
This is a simple sauce recipe, for a classic dish, created over a 100 years ago. Oysters Rockefeller is credited to Jules Alcatore, son of the founder of Antoine's, one of New Orleans most famous restaurants. The sauce was named after the Rockefeller family, due to it's "rich" flavor. Today, there are many versions of the recipe. You can use this sauce on virtually any protein. We will call this dish "Chicken Rockefeller".