Well well well, it’s been a while my friends! I went back to work this week after having miss Taylor, my little baby girl 🙂 It’s been busy, but we’ve been managing to eat some pretty good meals this week, and I wanted to re-share this recipe, (MY FAVORITE one on the blog…) that I first shared almost a year ago for the first time. Sure, it’s mid-July and going to be almost 100 degrees here in New Hampshire today, but, this is worth making anyway… it’s sooo simple, but SO tasty. My fabulous mom in law gave me this recipe, and it actually came from a restaurant in New York!
I know this one by heart and it’s my husband’s favorite too, it’s a great meal to turn to when you have people over for dinner and have no idea what to make. I’m always confident to serve this 😉
Do you have a favorite meal that’s surprisingly easy to make?!
What is your favorite kind of meal in general? Pasta? Pizza? Soup? Give me some inspiration- it might end up being my next recipe!
Thank you MIL- I owe ya!!!!!
PPPST! My friend sent me some pics the first time that she tried this, needless to say the family ate it right up! 😀 (How cute are they?!)
- 1 packet McCormick Brown Gravy Mix
- 3 large boneless skinless chicken breasts
- salt/pepper to taste
- ½ cup flour
- ¼ cup vegetable oil
- 1 medium yellow onion, sliced into thin strings
- 1 (8 oz.) can Hunts tomato sauce
- 1 cup dry white wine
- ½ (1 lb.) package thin spaghetti
- Dissolve gravy into one cup of cold water and set to the side.
- Slice the chicken into bite-sized chunks. Sprinkle lightly with salt/pepper if desired and coat in flour.
- Place the vegetable oil and onion strings in a large, deep skillet and cook over medium heat for 5 minutes.
- Add the chicken and cook for an additional 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Add the tomato sauce and wine to the same skillet and stir in the gravy.
- Cook over medium-low for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, boil pasta according to package instructions and serve with Scallopini sauce. One-hour dinner rolls are great with this meal as well.
Recipe Source: MIL 😀