Chicken With Creamy Red Sauce Of Sun-Dried Tomatoes
Chicken Tomatoes Poultry Low Fat Sauces Entrees
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Title: Chicken with creamy red sauce of sun-dried tomatoes
Categories: Entree, Poultry, Lowfat, Xport
Yield: 4 Servings
2 tb Sun-dried tomatoes; (6 to 8
1/2 c Fat-free chicken broth;
12 oz Boneless skinless chicken
-breasts; (about 3 fillets)
-cut into 2"medallions
1/2 c Sliced mushrooms
2 Cloves garlic; finely
1 ts Vegetable oil
1/2 c 1% low-fat milk; (or
2 ts Cornstarch
2 ts Fresh basil; chopped
6 oz Fettucine; (about 3 cups
2 c Sliced zucchini
4 sl Multi-grain bread
Cook's Notes: Sun-dried plum tomatoes add rich flavor to low
cholesterol creamed chicken: 405 cals per serving (12% CFF 5.5 gr
total fat, 400 mg sodium). Estimated by MasterCook 3.03; include side
dishes.-- PATh Reconstitute tomatoes in broth about 15-30 minutes.
Dice the tomatoes and return them to the broth. If chicken pieces are
thicker than one-half inch, gently flatten with mallet or heavy pan.
Prepare fettucini and steam or grill the zucchini.
STIR FRY (see TIP): Heat wok; quickly brown chicken pieces on both
sides. Push meat to rest along wall of wok. While meat continues to
cook, stir fry the onion, then add mushrooms and garlic. Meanwhile,
combine the tomato mixture with milk and cornstarch. When meat and
vegetables are done, but not dry, remove wok from heat. Clear bottom
of wok by pushing food up the side; pour liquid mixture in center of
pan. Return to heat, stirring to thicken and adding chicken broth if
needed. Coat chicken and vegetables with sauce. Spoon the meat and
sauce over fettuccini.
Serve with bread and vegetable sides.
TIP: heat un-oiled wok, stir-fry oiled-meat and/or vegetable; i.e.,
toss the meat and/or vegetable in the little bit of oil (bottle or
spray) to coat. -- From Betty Crocker Booklet: Low Fat and Fit,
1996:Mar,p40. Pat Hanneman (Ed.), MasterCook. Relayed to Prodigy's
TNT on 12/9/96.
See also: Pillsbury's All New Chicken Cookbook; July 1993, No.
149:p36 for similar idea
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