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Chicken Little, tomato sauce, and agriculture
Joan Dye Gussow
|Other titles||Chicken Little, tomato sauce & agriculture.|
|Statement||Joan Dye Gussow.|
|LC Classifications||S441 .G87 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||91008899|
When the oil mixture is hot add half of the chicken pieces. Cook about 3 minutes on one side over moderately high heat. When golden brown on one side, turn the pieces. Continue cooking about 2 minutes on the second side. The total cooking time for each piece is 5 to 6 minutes. Serve the chicken hot with the tomato sauce on the side.4/5(25). Notes. Note on tomatoes: When fresh tomatoes aren’t in season, for more flavor substitute 1 (ounce) can, drained. Variation: Sauce is also delicious with sautéed tuna steaks. Make ahead: Chicken and sauce can be cooked earlier in the day, stored separately in the refrigerator. Put sauce in a large skillet with chicken breasts and cook over medium heat just until hot.
The chicken breasts are rubbed with seasonings and pan fried until golden and cooked through. Then, I add some minced garlic, pour our favourite marinara sauce in to the skillet, season with basil and any seasonings you love, top them with cheese, broil (or grill) them in the oven for minutes, and dinner is on the table in less than 15 minutes. Sprinkle with chopped parsley and cook while covered for 12 minutes or until chicken’s internal temperature reaches ˚F/75˚C. 7. Serve chicken and sauce with a side of pasta or bread.
- use a little oil; fry the chicken in a pan until cooked *add tarragon when chicken is nearly cooked - put into a big deep pan (including juices etc) -add tinned tomatoes and put on a low light - add everything else in the pan and let it cook through! ** until everything is cooked etc:)Servings: 4. Give the oil a few minutes to cool, add the tomatoes, and return to heat (if you add the tomatoes to the hot oil it will be a splatter-fest). Simmer to cook the tomatoes down into a chunky-sauce-like-mixture. Add the garlic and butter and stir to combine until the butter is melted. Add the chicken back in to soak in the sauce for a few minutes/5(76).
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In a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat, brown chicken on each side in 1 teaspoon oil. Remove and keep warm. In the same skillet, saute tomatoes and garlic in remaining oil for 1 minute. Add carrots; saute minutes longer. Combine the tomato sauce, broth, tomato paste and rosemary; stir /5(6).
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