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Hello fellow FOODIES. Life just got BUSY here in the Foodie McBooty household. Work has been throwing down its load upon my shoulders, and the holiday is coming fast upon us, which means a lot of planning and get togethers for me. With all of the chaos in my life right now, I managed to find time to continue the Foodie Fall Festival and create this surprisingly hearty, autumn flavored dish.
This recipe calls for crusty bread to serve. I instead served it on a bed of wild rice blend and fresh asparagus. I felt like I needed a whole grain and nutrient boost
When I took my first few bites of this meal I thought it bland overall. Bland in color and in taste. I wasn’t sure what it needed… maybe some more scallions or more roasted garlic (which, on a side note, roasted garlic is completely and utterly decadent! I could eat it by itself… just as long as I don’t have to talk to anyone for the rest of the day). I couldn’t quite put my finger on it… until I ate my leftovers the next day.
I had added my rice and chicken concoction into the same container for a convenient next day’s lunch. When I ate it, the mixture had thickened and the flavors really jived with each other. I don’t know if it was the rice or not, but this Saute was even better on day 2! And now you know…
(Bill Nye Reference anybody?)
Recipe adapted from Food and Wine
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