As cold waters to a thirsty soul, so is good news from a far country. Psalms 25:25
Rather than waste time talking about food on the phone when we could be talking about your day, I thought I would send you this via the website, instead.
I’m glad to hear you conquered the Monkey bread recipe. The picture looked good enough to eat. I’m still waiting for my piece to arrive in the mail. You are aware eating the whole thing in two days is not good for you, right?
And now, you tell me you have a hankering for Chicken and Spaghetti?
Unfortunately, we have a problem. Unlike the Magic Cookie Bars, I can’t mail the chicken. So, I’m sending you the list of ingredients and the instructions. Send me a picture.
You will need:
- 1 whole boneless chicken breast
- ½ cup Progresso Italian Bread Crumbs
- 1 jar Paul Newman’s Marinara Sauce minus ¼ cup
- 1 egg
- ¼ cup milk
- ½ to ¾ cup oil (Crisco or olive) Use just enough oil to cover the bottom of the pan
- Sargento’s Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
- Sargento’s sliced Provolone Cheese
Add two quarts of water to a 4-quart pot. Bring to boil. Add enough spaghetti for two servings.
Slice chicken breast horizontally as evenly as possible. (Four thin slices)
*(For you) Eliminate the egg and milk wash for obvious reasons and coat lightly with Olive oil or Crisco
Dredge in bread crumbs
Heat oil on medium-high heat
Fry chicken 3-4 minutes on each side. Meanwhile, drain pasta.
Remove two chicken slices for tomorrow.
Add marinara to the remaining slices and let simmer until bubbling.
Add shredded mozzarella to the marinara and a slice of provolone atop the chicken. Turn off heat. Cover. When the cheese has melted, serve over pasta. Plate the other for your lunch.
- 2 buns or 4 slices of bread
- ¼ cup marinara
- Sargento’s Provolone cheese
- Leftover chicken breast
- Mezzetta pepperoncini
Warm one slice of chicken in oven or microwave. It’s your choice.
Spread butter on your favorite Italian bread, Hamburger bun, Kaiser Roll, etc. Place under the broiler. Remove when toasted. Spread marinara sauce over warm bread. Add provolone, chicken, and pepperoncini.
Bag the second sandwich for lunch.
I hope you enjoy it. I miss you bunches. But I’m excited about this new adventure. Remember every promise God has given will come to pass. Until then, be content with what He has done thus far, knowing He is faithful to perform His Word. Talk with you this afternoon.
Hugs and kisses,