Chicken, Asparagus and Caramelized Onions

"I love this dish, its from a cookbook called "150 things to do with Roasted Chicken" I did this dish without roasting the chicken, just a simple way to go. I love asparagus and carmelized onions and all these flavors along with balsamic vinegar go together incredibly well!"
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  • 1. Over med-hi heat, cook the asparagus in a skillet with 2 TB of evoo seasoned with salt and pepper until it browns and turns just tender. Remove from skillet.
  • 2. Add more evoo if needed. Cook the Onions seasoned with salt and pepper until it becomes transcluent, reduce heat to med-low and continue to cook until it becomes browned and carmelized.
  • 3. Return asparagus & chicken to the pan. Add broth and thyme. Bring to a boil and reduce to simmer and five minutes later add vinegar and half of the parmesan cheese.
  • 4. This dish is greatly served with either pasta (preferably gemelli or penne) or rice does just fine as well. And of course you very well could go without either also. Its just as good standalone.
  • 5. Serve with remaining parmesan cheese sprinkled ontop.

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  1. We love this recipe, even my son who hates onions. Iuse other vegetables beside asparagus and it is just as good.
  2. Very easy & Delicious! Will make again.


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