Creamy Pasta With Chicken in Lemon-Dill Sauce

My number one recipe of all time. Found in Starweek magazine posted from the chef at the Unionville House restaurant. Easy, one-pot meal and so creamy and delicious. I like this served with with garlic bread but is pretty rich on it's own. *Double quantities if serving more than 4.

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50mins
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  • • In a large pot of boiling water, cook pasta shells for 3 minutes to partly cook them. Drain, rinse with cold water and set pasta aside.
  • •In a separate skillet over moderately high heat, add wine, stock, dill and chicken to pot; bring to a boil and then simmer, stirring occasionally until the liquid is reduced by half (~10 mins as the chicken will also release liquid).
  • • Add cream and lemon juice to the chicken and bring the liquid back to a boil. Add the drained pasta shells and simmer over moderately high heat, stirring constantly until the liquid is reduced by half again and the sauce has thickened (~5-7 mins).
  • • Add parmesan to the pasta and salt & pepper if desired.
  • • Stir to mix thoroughly and serve immediately.
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"My number one recipe of all time. Found in Starweek magazine posted from the chef at the Unionville House restaurant. Easy, one-pot meal and so creamy and delicious. I like this served with with garlic bread but is pretty rich on it's own. *Double quantities if serving more than 4."
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  1. Diane in Burbank
    I thought this was de-lish! Hubby thought it was okay, but since I'm reviewing it, I'm giving it 4 stars. It's a subtle taste, but sometimes those are the best. Definitely recommend.
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  2. Chef Boy R Lis
    a good twist on mac and cheese and a lot lighter even though it has the cream.
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  3. Madame Yes
    My number one recipe of all time. Found in Starweek magazine posted from the chef at the Unionville House restaurant. Easy, one-pot meal and so creamy and delicious. I like this served with with garlic bread but is pretty rich on it's own. *Double quantities if serving more than 4.
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