Happy Christmas break! I guess probably not for everyone but for me it is and I plan to take full advantage! Normally Sunday night is full of stress and worry trying to plan my next week at school, when really I would like it to be filled with baking culinary masterpieces. Lucky me for the next 2 weeks I have nothing to do but what I want and one of those things is to bake and cook my little heart out!
Lucky you if you don’t like washing dishes this uses 1 pan for boiling noodles and then the same pan for cooking everything else! 2 pans…easy peasy to clean up :)
Garlic Mrs. Dash
Cooking Wine or Chicken Broth
First: Start some water boiling and boil your noodles!
Next, you will cook everything in this order:
First for the vegetables. You will need to chop up 2 zucchinis and 3 cups worth of mushrooms.
In a large skillet pan melt 2 tablespoons of butter. Then add the zucchini and mushrooms.
Sprinkle with a bunch of Garlic Mrs. Dash and season salt. (don’t skimp!)
Put on medium heat and cover for about 10 minutes (stirring occasionally) until the zucchini is soft.
Remove Vegetables from pan leaving as many of the juices as you can. Chop the chicken into pieces and add to the pan along with a little bit of cooking wine. (or chicken broth but just like 2 tablespoons)
Cook through on Medium high heat and remove from pan. Again leaving juices (don’t clean your pan yet!)
Melt 2 more tablespoons of butter and add 3 tablespoons of flour one at a time whisking to make a paste.
Add all of the vegetables and chicken back to the sauce (get every single ounce of sauce out of the bowls they were in and dump that in too) Sprinkle some parsley , salt, and a little more garlic Mrs. Dash over the top and stir it all together.
Somewhere during this process take your noodles out and drain them! Then mix some butter in so they don’t stick together. Put your noodles on the plate and add the sauce mixture on top. Sprinkle some parmesan cheese on top of that and enjoy!
Tips from KJ:
Don’t let your husband make this. If you make it you can sneak bites of mushrooms while you are cooking everything else and he will never know.
Be careful because if you sneak too many mushrooms they will be gone before you can mix them into the white sauce. Then you will be sad when you eat your pasta(Really those mushrooms are so good!)
You can use cream or whatever else you want for the sauce but I like milk especially 2% it is so creamy.
Add any veggies you want to this! Other squash, broccoli, peppers etc.
This would be good too on actual fettuccini noodles…I just like linguini better.
My secret favorite spice to use is Garlic Mrs. Dash. I love it, I use it a lot when I need a quick garlic flavor. It is better than garlic salt or powder I think. My husband laughs at me because of my love for it…it is that strong.Pin It