What a clever idea!!! I never even considered making a bechamel sauce in the microwave. You are a genius. I made this tonight to start to use up my left-over turkey from Thanksgiving. So quick and easy. I honestly don't know about the ounces I used... the mushrooms (I had a handful), the bell pepper (about a quarter of one) and the turkey (enough that I thought would feed hubby and I). I served this with extra-wide egg noodles (that were boiling as I made this). We really enjoyed this quick dinner. Thank you for posting. (Made for PRMR)
Made this one especially for my other half who really loves mushrooms, & I'll admit that it wasn't all that bad for a guy like me who usually likes them raw or just barely cooked! The flavor combo was wonderful! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
Quick and Easy, and quite tastey for the amount of time it takes to make it. I used chicken and added a little bit of broccoli. This was so quick and easy...you could even do this when you go home from work to eat lunch! (If you are lucky enough to live near your workplace). Made for Zaar 123 Hit Wonders Tag.
I love using the microwave and I found this easy tasty recipe. I made it with cooked chicken; used skim milk Carnation instead of cream. I whisked the flour into the milk and add to the vegetable mixture; returned this to the microwave for 4 minutes, stirring after 2 minutes; addedp;the chicken and cooked another 2. It came out perfect! I made this for Healthy Choice ABC 2008. Thanks for posting. Rita
Very ver nice left over recipe for chicken! I made this today for a late lunch and scaled it down to one person easily. I used skim milk instead of cream since thats what I had on hand, and chicken broth instead of wine since thats what I had on hand at the time as well. I served this over whole wheat noodles for a very satisfying lunch. Next time I will try this with diffrent veggies and meat combos.