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Chicken Dijon With Angel Hair Pasta and Fresh Zucchini

From The Weekly Feeder by Cori Kirkpatrick. This is not diet friendly but at the same time - it is a full main dish with protein, vegetable and pasta!

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directions

  • Fill a large pot with water and begin to heat for pasta.
  • Cut chicken breasts into thin slices, then into 1 inch pieces.
  • Peel and quarter onion, then slice thinly.
  • Trim stems off of mushrooms and slice thinly.
  • Drain artichoke hearts and cut into small pieces.
  • Trim zucchini and cut into 1/4 inch pieces.
  • Place in a microwaveable dish and set aside.
  • Place 1 tablespoon butter & 1 tablespoon vegetable oil in a wide frying pan or wok over medium high heat.
  • Press garlic and add; add red pepper flakes, too.
  • Then add chicken pieces and cook for 1-2 minutes.
  • Microwave zucchini on high for 6 minutes.
  • To pan with chicken, add onion slices and cook 1 minute more.
  • Add mushroom slices and artichoke pieces.
  • Continue cooking until chicken pieces are no longer pink (approximately 4 minutes) and remove pan from heat.
  • Reduce burner temperature to low.
  • Put pasta in boiling water and cook 1-2 minutes or until done.
  • Add Dijon mustard, wine, & tamari to chicken mixture and stir carefully.
  • Place pan back on burner and add light sour cream.
  • Stir gently until sauce forms.
  • Remove from heat.
  • Remove zucchini from microwave.
  • Season lightly with small amount of butter or margarine, salt, if using, black pepper, if using,
  • Drain pasta in a large colander.
  • Serve Chicken Dijon over pasta accompanied by fresh zucchini and green onions.
  • Serve with bread sticks, a salad of European greens with raspberry vinagrette, and White Zinfandel wine.
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  1. Maven in the Making
    Nice recipe. I really liked the sauce too. Fast and easy...just my style.
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  2. Dr. Carrie
    I just want to thank you for this simple delicious sauce! I made a ton of changes to the recipe - i didnt use artichokes, I used brown rice instead of pasta, and I julienned the zucchini and mixed it into the chicken mix. But the mustard/soy sauce/wine/sour cream sauce was excellent and easy - tasted like something you'd get at a restaurant! :) It went excellent with brown rice, by the way - the rice sopped up all that lovely sauce. It could maybe use a little more zing - lemon juice? more red pepper? and I did need to add salt. Maybe tamari would have added a different flavor. I used a mixture of dark and light soy sauce. The butter and oil's really the only really diet-unfriendly part; I may try it sometime with less. This one's a keeper! I only wish it made a bit more. Even with mixing in a large julienned zucchini I only ended up with about 3 cups of stuff.
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  3. Dr. Carrie
    I just want to thank you for this simple delicious sauce! I made a ton of changes to the recipe - i didnt use artichokes, I used brown rice instead of pasta, and I julienned the zucchini and mixed it into the chicken mix. But the mustard/soy sauce/wine/sour cream sauce was excellent and easy - tasted like something you'd get at a restaurant! :) It went excellent with brown rice, by the way - the rice sopped up all that lovely sauce. It could maybe use a little more zing - lemon juice? more red pepper? and I did need to add salt. Maybe tamari would have added a different flavor. I used a mixture of dark and light soy sauce. The butter and oil's really the only really diet-unfriendly part; I may try it sometime with less. This one's a keeper! I only wish it made a bit more. Even with mixing in a large julienned zucchini I only ended up with about 3 cups of stuff.
    Reply
  4. Manami
    From The Weekly Feeder by Cori Kirkpatrick. This is not diet friendly but at the same time - it is a full main dish with protein, vegetable and pasta!
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