This weeknight dish with it’s unique combination of ingredients ( pantry staples- of course) it will shake up the humble boneless, skinless chicken breast
If you have followed my food blog for any length of time, you know how much I adore the Seattle Junior League cookbooks. It is my kind of cooking. Seasonal, local and elevated. This is a dish I made for Hunky Hubbie years ago and he asks for frequently. It is a great dish to assemble when friends come over and ask, “what can I do to help?”
I love this dish with a bottle of Pinot Noir and a side or orzo with a sprinkle of saffron or tumeric and a few onions sautéed in for flavor. In my photo, I also added charred broccoli. So yummy!
Good enough for company or simple enough for a weeknight supper.
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The somewhat odd combination of golden raisins and pine nuts work! Don’t skip either one. Substitute slivered almond if you do not have pine nuts. I toss in 1/2 tsp of red pepper flakes for boldness. Try it if you like a little heat.
Made this for my book club last week- everyone raved. So simple!