TASTY WHITE WINE SAUCE OF CHICKEN, MUSHROOMS AND VEGGIES
Hello lovely people! Thanks for your time as always 🙂
Ok, apologies this post is coming in later than expected! I have been swamped with loads trying to keep up with family, work and life balance *phewww*.
Anyway I made this gorgeous tasting sauce about a week ago after watching a short “live cooking” session at my mum’s one Sunday afternoon after church 🙂 (unfortunately, can’t remember the name of the programme as I caught this show when mama was watching) . I had been wanting to make a nice sauce with white wine, seen loads of recipes on it but this one caught my eyes lol because it was quick and easy to make ( yes I like simple, who doesn’t?).
The chef added some flour to his, and did not have the veggies and seasoning like mine. It tasted so good I will do it over again!
Pack of mushrooms (chopped)
Clove of garlic (chopped)
Bulb of ginger (small, chopped)
Bottle of white wine (small bottle will do for a small pot portion size)
Red bell pepper (chopped)
Green bell pepper (chopped)
Red onions (1/2) (chopped)
Herbs and Seasoning: Hot curry powder, black pepper, chopped chives, parsley, knorr cube, powered chicken seasoning, ground pepper, bit of salt to taste.
Cut chicken breasts and add chicken seasoning, ginger, black peppers, hot curry powder and pinch of salt. Allow cooking until tender (PLEASE NOTE: if you want a quick, tasty result, chicken breasts are ideal because they cook quickly. Alternatively, use baby chicken without the skin)
In another pot, heat up approx. two tbsp olive oil and sautee the onions and garlic
Then stir in the chopped peppers, cooked chicken breasts (chopped) and chopped chives. Allow to simmer for about 5 minutes
Add the chicken stock from cooking the breasts, ground pepper and some of the white wine ( I used half of the bottle). Allow to simmer for another 5 minutes, tasty for seasoning and adjust as desired
Finally add the mushroom and allow to simmer for another 5 minutes (TIP: for that great texture, the mushrooms should not be overcooked)
La classe as the French will say 🙂
We had it with some left over rice from earlier in the day. It can be accompanied with roast potatoes too!
Hope you get to try this recipe. If you have questions, please get in touch! Don’t forget the Toddler Tuesdays and Tasty Thursdays on the Traycees facebook community! Join in 🙂
Remember, keep moving, keep up the focus and “keep making it happen”!
Tracey x x x