We are finally settling into life in the US! I am gradually getting to know where I can find certain foods. I just found the Asian Market for the first time yesterday, so we finally enjoyed a DELICIOUS homemade green curry and it was wonderful! I had been looking for chillies, lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves everywhere and couldn't find them!
But here is a post about another yummy recipe!
This is a dish that my sister in law found. It's delicious and really easy. Although I increased the quantities and changed the steps to make it even easier and quicker!
The recipe is from the recipecommunity and can be found here: http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/recipes/sundried-tomatochicken-and-linguini-cream-sauce/30603
I have included my steps below. However I used 650g chicken thighs. You could use breast, but when you sautée breasts by themselves (instead of steaming as in the recipe), I find they do break down a little sometimes. I also added frozen green prawns because I was making this for a larger group of people (4 adults, 3 children). And I like prawns! I think I cooked around 400g pasta or more. But we did have leftovers.
I was running short on time so I cooked the pasta on the stove while I got this dish going in the Thermomix.
Grate cubed Parmesan 10 seconds, speed 9 and set aside.
1. Chop garlic, 3 seconds Speed 8
2. Chop spring onions, basil and sundried tomatoes 3 seconds, Speed 8.
3. Add oil, sautée 2 minutes 100C Speed soft.
4. Add 650g cubed chicken. Cook 5 minutes, Reverse + Speed 1 at 100C.
5. Add 200g (add more if desired) frozen green prawns. Cook 3 minutes, Reverse + speed 1 at 100C. It might need more or less time, make sure they are close to cooked, you will be cooking a little more in next step too.
6. Add water, white wine (if using), cream and stock, cook 7 minutes, Reverse + Speed 1 at 90C. It's still yummy without the wine!
Serve in your beautiful oval 2.5l Thermoserver (if you're lucky enough to have one ;) over linguine pasta.
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