Watch Chef Mario Carbone Make Chicken Massimo Today Show Video

This morning renowned chef Mario Carbone, co-owner of Major Food Group (Parm restaurant, Carbone, Santina) stopped by the Today show to show Sheinelle Jones and guest co-host Mario Lopez how to make his mother’s favorite quick and easy balsamic chicken massimo with artichoke soubise! Chef Carbone named this dish after his good friend, Massimo Buttora of Osteria Francescana restaurant in Italy, which is the number one ranked restaurant in the world.

 

 

Watch chef Mario Carbone show Tamron Hall, Sheinelle Jones and Mario Lopez how to make a quick, easy and delicious balsamic chicken massimo with artichoke soubise on the Monday, January 16, 2017 episode of the Today show.

Watch chef Mario Carbone show Tamron Hall, Sheinelle Jones and Mario Lopez how to make a quick, easy and delicious balsamic chicken massimo with artichoke soubise on the Monday, January 16, 2017 episode of the Today show.

 

 

 

To make the quick, easy and amazing balsamic chicken massimo with artichoke soubise, chef Mario Carbone mentioned that you will need balsamic vinegar, chicken stock, sugar, onion, artichoke hearts, olive oil, salt, butter, chicken breasts, vegetable oil, parmesan, baby arugula. Doesn’t this Italian inspired dish sound absolutely amazing? Be sure to check out the video below to see how he prepared it! Don’t forget to head over to the Today show website for the recipe, so you can make this Italian inspired dish for dinner this evening.

 

 

 

 

Today show video: Watch chef Mario Carbone show Tamron Hall, Sheinelle Jones and Mario Lopez how to make a quick, easy and delicious balsamic chicken massimo with artichoke soubise on the Monday, January 16, 2017 episode of the Today show. *** If you have any questions or comments about the video below, the recipe or the Today show itself, please contact them directly on their website as I am not affiliated with the show. Thank you!

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