My Favourite Dish Essay

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My Most Favorite Dish, You Can Make It Too Today we are going to be making chicken primavera. Before you get started you will need the following things: two or more skinless, boneless chicken breasts; two cans of Cream of Mushroom soup; two cans of Cream of Chicken soup; milk; butter; vegetable oil, spaghetti noodles (or any noodle of you choice); and finally one very large sized frying pan. First you want to start the water and about 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil boiling for the noodles (they take the longest), and then while you have that going, start dicing you chicken breast into about 1 inch cubes. After you get all of your chicken cut up you want to start heating up your pan. Always start on high heat and then once the ingredients are added the heat will get turned down. Once your frying pan is hot put 1 tablespoon of butter into the frying pan, let that melt a little bit, and then add your chicken. You want to make sure that the chicken is browned on all sides, and if you were to cut a cube in half that the middle is white. Any time while you are cooking you chicken, if the water is boiling, then you can start boiling you noodles. When your chicken is done all the way through then we make the sauce. Right there in the same pan that you cooked you chicken in, add your two cans of Cream of Mushroom soup and your two cans of Cream of Chicken soup. After dumping the soup into the pan, you will then need to guess on the amount of milk that you put into the sauce. The more milk that is added the thinner the sauce will be, and the less milk that is added will give you a nicer creamier sauce. It depends on how thick or thin you like your sauces. Make sure to keep stirring the noodles through out their cooking process, or they will all be stuck together. While finishing cooking the noodles turn the heat down on the sauce so that all it is going to do is warm up. You

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