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French Italian Fusion Chicken

French Italian Fusion Chicken created by ElizabethKnicely

Just randomly threw things together, embracing Julia Child's motto, you can never have too much butter (that may be a paraphrase) Unfortunatly, my measurements are not exact, but you'll get the drift.

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  • On low heat, melt about half of the butter in a pan then add the onion and garlic. Cook until browned.
  • Meanwhile, add the gnocchi to boiling water and some salt if prefferred.
  • Add the chicken and all herbs and spices.
  • Let the chicken brown then add the rest of the butter.
  • Once the chicken is cooked through, stir through the cream and simmer until the gnocchi is ready.
  • Serve with a sprinkle of parmesan and enjoy!
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"Just randomly threw things together, embracing Julia Child's motto, you can never have too much butter (that may be a paraphrase) Unfortunatly, my measurements are not exact, but you'll get the drift."
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  1. ElizabethKnicely
    This was really good. I think that I needed to add more cayenne pepper and salt. Once I added a lot more cayenne pepper the food was restaurant quality. I will definitely be keeping this one for a quick comfort food meal. Thanks so much for another way to cook gnocchi, which is my favorite food ever! Made for Photo Tag Spring 2013.
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  2. ElizabethKnicely
    French Italian Fusion Chicken Created by ElizabethKnicely
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  3. Satyne
    Just randomly threw things together, embracing Julia Child's motto, you can never have too much butter (that may be a paraphrase) Unfortunatly, my measurements are not exact, but you'll get the drift.
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