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Old 12-22-2010, 03:08 PM   #31
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Pound out some slices of chicken breast meat. Salt lightly and dredge in flour and brown in olive oil. Turn pieces over and add garlic. I usually turn the heat down a bit to make sure the garlic doesn't burn here. Then, ad a few glugs of white wine, approx 1/3 cup and scrape all cooked on bit off of bottom. Let wine reduce down to half and add juice of half a lemon, a good dollop of butter, some Italian seasoning blend, fresh parsley and freshly cracked black pepper. Pour over the noodles, which are just in oil and garlic.
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Old 12-22-2010, 06:16 PM   #32
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Pound out some slices of chicken breast meat. Salt lightly and dredge in flour and brown in olive oil. Turn pieces over and add garlic. I usually turn the heat down a bit to make sure the garlic doesn't burn here. Then, ad a few glugs of white wine, approx 1/3 cup and scrape all cooked on bit off of bottom. Let wine reduce down to half and add juice of half a lemon, a good dollop of butter, some Italian seasoning blend, fresh parsley and freshly cracked black pepper. Pour over the noodles, which are just in oil and garlic.
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