Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Chicken Stroganoff

This recipe is not an exact one. I have yet to make exact measurements of things..

-Cut about 1/4-1/2 white onion in small pieces, saute with about 1 tbsp garlic in pan and 1 tbsp olive oil.
-Cut up about 4 chicken breasts in pieces and season: chicken seasoning or season salt, salt (only if you didn't use season salt) & pepper
-Saute chicken on high for 30 seconds. turn down heat to medium-low; cover and let simmer.
-When chicken is about 3/4 done, add about 2 cups or so (depending on how much sauce you want) of heavy whipping cream, 1 tomato bouillon cube, and a small squirt of ketchup.
- let simmer covered for remainder of time, until done.
(if you don't have whipping cream or even want to add a tiny bit of alfredo sauce, it works too. also tomato sauce or some petite diced tomatoes with or instead of ketchup I have also done...sometimes I like to change it up a bit)
-when done, I sometimes like to add some fresh chopped parsley on top

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