Uncle Dom's Chicken

"My Uncle Dom used to make this for me all the time when I first moved out on my own and all I knew how to make were ramen noodles! This was one of the first dishes that I learned to make. It is SO delicious!"
 
Uncle Dom's Chicken created by vrvrvr
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  • put oil and chicken in pan and slightly brown chicken.
  • chop up garlic, scallions and tomatoes don't cut tomatoes too small though.
  • Add scallions, garlic and lemon juice.
  • Cook until you smell the garlic, don't let the garlic brown.
  • Add Butter.
  • Add cooking wine.
  • Add tomatoes, cook for 30 seconds.
  • Serve with parsley garnish over spaghetti if you like.
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  1. vrvrvr
    Uncle Dom's Chicken Created by vrvrvr
  2. vrvrvr
    I used pre-cooked, shredded chicken breast in this...so I started with 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil and sauteed the onion and garlic over low heat, then added canned diced tomatoes (and the lemon juice) and let this simmer for a while. I added the chicken, butter and wine toward the end, when our angel hair pasta was finished and we were ready to eat. What a great combination of flavors! (I used 3 fat garlic cloves, but I know that didn't equal 1/3 cup.) I chose to let this simmer a long time in the skillet, and it was just fabulous! This recipe would also be great without chicken. I am happy to know about this recipe because it's a winner...whether you need dinner quickly or have a little time to let it simmer. Thanks to your Uncle Dom!
     
  3. makk133
    just delicious! i cooked for 1 and adjusted accordingly. no spaghetti, but i had with a salad with italian dressing. some italian bread or rolls would have been a great addition :)
     
  4. carolinafan
    I chose this recipe for Pick a Chef '06. It was very tasty. I served it over spaghetti. I split the difference and used 1/3 cup each of oil and white wine. With a salad and French bread this was a very good meal. Thanks for posting.
     
  5. Kerry Ciulla
    My Uncle Dom used to make this for me all the time when I first moved out on my own and all I knew how to make were ramen noodles! This was one of the first dishes that I learned to make. It is SO delicious!
     
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