COOKING CHICKEN ON STOVE. ON STOVE
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Cooking Chicken On Stove
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2-3 chicken breasts (skinless, boneless), sliced into large chunks OR equivalent amount of chicken tenders (skinless, boneless) -- I used 1 chicken breast b/c that's all we had left, and then 4 chicken tenders.
1/2 cup butter, melted
Italian bread crumbs (enough to fully cover all the chicken; I didn't measure)
Extra virgin olive oil or butter (for cooking the chicken)
1 box spaghetti noodles of your choice -- I used half a box of whole wheat spaghetti noodles
1 1-lb. jar red pasta sauce of your choice -- I used Organic 'Roasted Garlic' sauce from Whole Foods
2 cups grated mozzarella cheese
1. Melt butter on stove; set aside.
2. Heat the pasta sauce.
3. Use 1/2 to 3/4 of your pasta sauce to fill the bottom of a casserole/baking dish. set aside.
1. Fully coat the chicken pieces in butter, then coat them in bread crumbs. (I added a little bit of salt, pepper, and garlic powder to my bread crumbs)
2. Pan-fry the chicken pieces in olive oil or butter over medium heat.
3. Place the cooked chicken over the sauce in your casserole dish.
4. Cover the chicken with the remaining sauce.
5. Cover the top with cheese (Optional: I also sprinkled a little bit more bread crumbs on top)
6. Bake for 15-20 minutes at 350 degrees.
Chicken n Dumplings
My mom's recipe for chicken and dumplings.... our Sunday, stay in your jammies through lunch, meal.
salted water to cover
2 cups all purpose flour
Simmer chicken on the stovetop in a large pot until meat is done and falling off the bone. Remove the chicken. If you are a lightweight you can skim the fat off… but why on earth would you do that really?
While the chicken is cooling, mix flour and milk until ball is formed (like a biscuit consistency). Roll out dumplings on wax paper or foil, dusting with flour to keep from sticking, until 1/8 inch thick. Yes, super thin. Cut into strips (I like to use a pizza cutter) and place back into boiling broth, a few at a time.
Pick chicken while dumplings are cooking and add back in with dumplings. Add a half cup of milk and salt and pepper to taste. Dumplings should take about half an hour until tender and cooked through. Serve hot from the stove. If too thick, add water if desired.
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