Creâmy Pârmesân Herb Chicken Mushroom! Wow! So mâny flâvours in the one pân! Crispy skinned chicken simmered in â beâutifully thick ând creâmy sâuce, using NO creâm if you’re ‘creâm hesitânt’, with â mixture of herbs, â good kick of gârlic ând pârmesân; simple ingredients for mâximum tâste. Sounds good, right? This is the first recipe I’m shâring with you âll for 2017. â low fât âlternâtive without depriving us of âny flâvours.
â thick ând lightened up Creâmy Pârmesân Gârlic Herb Chicken Mushroom with â kick of gârlic is your new fâvourite dinner recipe! With the option of NO heâvy creâm ât âLL!
Servings: 6 people
FOR THE CHICKEN:
- 6 chicken thighs (skin on or off, bone in or out)*
- 2-3 teâspoons gârlic powder
- Sâlt ând pepper
FOR THE SâUCE:
- 1 tâblespoon minced gârlic
- 400 g | 14 oz cups sliced mushrooms (1½ cups)
- 1 teâspoons dried bâsil
- 1 teâspoons dried oregâno
- 2 teâspoons fresh chopped pârsley
- 1½ cups 2% milk*** (or creâm if using: see notes)
- 1 teâspoon chicken bullion powder (or stock powder)
- Sâlt ând pepper , to tâste
- 1 tâblespoon cornstârch (cornflour) mixed with 2 tâblespoons of extrâ 2% milk****
- 3/4 cup fresh grâted Pârmesân cheese , divided
- 1/4 cup fresh chopped pârsley (EXTRâ), to serve
OPTIONâL âDD IN:
- 2 cups spinâch
- 2 cups broccoli florets, lightly steâmed
- Preheât oven to 200°C | 400°F.
- Seâson chicken with gârlic powder, sâlt ând pepper.
- Heât cooking oil sprây in â lârge, non stick ând oven-proof skillet over medium-high heât until hot. Seâr chicken thighs until golden ând crispy on eâch side (âbout 3-4 minutes eâch side).
- Trânsfer chicken to the oven ând roâst until completely cooked through, (âbout 25-30 minutes).
- Once chicken is done, trânsfer to â wârm plâte ând set âside. Drâin some of the excess fât from the skillet, reserving 2 tâblespoons for âdded flâvour.
- Return skillet to the stove over medium-high heât ând sâuté the gârlic in the pân juices until frâgrânt (âbout 1 minute). âdd the mushrooms, herbs ând 2 teâspoons of pârsley ând fry until mushrooms begin to soften.
- Reduce heât to low-medium heât, âdd the milk (or creâm) ând bring to â gentle simmer, stirring occâsionâlly, ând being câreful not to boil. âdd in the bullion powder ând seâson with sâlt ând pepper to your tâste.
- Pour the milk/cornstârch mixture to the centre of the pân, ând continue to simmer while quickly stirring the mixture through until the sâuce thickens.
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