Friday, February 19, 2010

Virgin Chicken Marsala

Okay so I've had a lot of requests for this recipe... yum. Since you aren't checking my blog every week for the new recipe I put on... Oh wait... I haven't done that in awhile... HA HA. JK. So here is the recipe.
I'll cut this down, I triple it for my family size. I also had the left overs on a hoagie bun and toasted it with Provolone Cheese. YUM!! I do it virgin because I don't cook with Alcohol. A lot of people say it cooks out, but my family has just chosen not to help the alcohol industry.

Virgin Chicken Marsala

1/4 c flour

1/2 tsp Italian seasoning

1/8 tsp salt

1/8 tsp pepper

4 boneless, skinless chicken breast cut into strips (I use (1) 3 lb bag of chicken thawed(cut in strips))

2 c sliced mushrooms (we freeze our mushrooms so I use a quart size bag of sliced mushrooms)

1/4 c green onion (again we freeze our onions so I use 1 c frozen onion (minced) Stockton eats it better)

3 T butter

1/2 c chicken broth

Cooked spaghetti noodles

Cooked spaghetti sauce (we use Hunts)

In a shallow bowl stir together flour, Italian seasoning, salt, black pepper. Place each breast or strip of chicken into flour mixture. Shake off excess flour. It just needs to lightly coat it. In a large skillet cook mushrooms and onion in 1 T butter. Remove from skillet. In the same skillet cook chicken in the remaining butter. (Last time I made this I cooked it in a little chicken broth instead. Fabulous! Not much, just so it wouldn't burn on pan.) Turning to brown evenly. (I have to cook it all the way through or it grosses me out! And it's not safe.) While the chicken is cooking start the spaghetti and sauce separately. (Don't cook too much spaghetti, it just goes under the chicken mixture on your plate.) Add the mushrooms and onions back in skillet. Bring mixture to a boil. (you don't want this soupy, but sometime you need to add a little more or less chicken broth.) Simmer 2 min. When finished place spaghetti on plate, then sauce, then chicken mixture. We also make broccoli to compliment the meal. So yummy!!

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