Here's a not so grand image off my phone. ;) And the link to the full recipe at Cookinglight.
First off...it seems to me that light recipes will often throw in some pretty "fancy" ingredients...to add in some unique flavor pop in the place of richness. I have no problem with that if it's reasonable. This recipe in particular lists "dried currants". I don't think Indy sells those anywhere. Well, I don't know that for certain really-but I called Penzy spices where I got dried Juniper berries awhile back and they said they had no clue where to find them, so I didn't waste anymore precious time on that pursuit. I subbed in a dried cranberry-blueberry-cherry mix and I don't think the boys missed the currants. ;)
This is the first recipe in my "new" motivational way of finding something for dinner. Which boils down to scanning cooking sites, bookmarking what I like after jotting the ingredients I don't have, and then pulling up the recipe the night I make it. If it's a hit, I'll add it to my sacred recipe box with my name painted on it (the one I mentally said I would probably never use because it was too "country looking" at my wedding shower...but now I think it's pretty flip up-and-down fantastic since someone took the time to paint my name (spelled right) and various apples on it. Besides, it's in my cabinet above the cereal out of sight most of the time...who was I worried would see and find me too country anyway?) Ahum...rabbit trail.
I used half a turkey breast instead of chicken. Other than that and the currants, no other substitutions. I thought it was really good, for sure moist and not dried out (cooked 10 min in the oven to temp since I used smaller pieces not 15). The boys ate it without any trouble after carefully picking off the capers. Noah said I burned the outside of the turkey...so much for his culinary concept of searing in juices and added texture. ;)
Final verdict...I think I'll add it to the country recipe box...but it will be more for the method of cooking the turkey and the winner marinade than for the sauce.