i searched 'zaar for this and did not find a recipe like this. the spelling of "scaloppine" is per the original recipe. hopefully people can still find it if the other spellings (scallopine and scallopini) fit in the title. :) my sister sent me the link for this; it's from myrecipes.com but i'm posting here because 'zaar is really the only place i like to go for recipes. also i wanted to streamline this a bit. on myrecipes.com, the recipe is posted in two parts; basic chicken scaloppine and the lemon-cilantro addition. my favorite part about this is that it contains ingredients that are safe for my ibs. my second fave part, my sister says her 5-year old daughter (my first niece!) loves this stuff. copied from the site, but reworded as necessary for 'zaar's preferences. serving size per original recipe, but i've approximated prep and cook times. i couldn't figure out how to separate the ingredient list for the basic chicken scaloppine and the lemon-cilantro part, so i noted it in the directions. i hope to try this tomorrow. please let me know how it turns out for you. it appears to be different from other scaloppine recipes posted here. eta: i just made this tonight; bf really loved this. for the 2 of us, i used only 2 chicken breasts and just over half the amt of flour and a bit less oil, but i kept all other ingreds the same. bf thought it wasn't nice of me to not make him 2 breasts, that's how much he enjoyed this! i loved this too, and will make this often. i did leave off lemon wedge, and it wasn't really missed. the flavors were wonderful!
just got back from apple hill with some nice acorn squash. decided to stuff them and this is what i came up with working with what we had on hand. did have a little stuffing left after stuffing 2 smallish size squash.
i don't really know where i got this recipe from, but i've had it hanging around for a while. these are so yummy, my boyfriend asks for them at least once a week. perfect for a holiday dinner, cookie exchange, or any other party where you want to dazzle y
got this recipe from a friend of mine, just because the name was funny. when i went to make it, i thought i had made a mistake in writing down the amount of cajun seasoning, so i called her to make sure. she said, "of course it's right. that's why the chi
aka un-tidy josephs. cooks a longer time; makes the sauce de-licious! this will freeze! update: i've reduced the amount of worcestershire sauce due to reviewers' responses. add more *originally 1/8 cup* if you like. :)
this is a diet buster, it's wickedly delicious and it is so easy and quick. it's from my all time favorite cookbook fanny farmer's, my copy was printed in 1965 and it's still the best basic cookbook i've come across.
here is a fun & fruity, rich & creamy treat found on the internet! amounts were tweaked a bit to fit into a 9" deep dish pie plate! preparation time does not include time either to chill in the refrigerator or to freeze in the freezer!
cooks while you sleep! sounds perfect for a sunday morning or holidays and great for company! some fun variations of this recipe. before cooking (during prep) you can add: chunks of sourdough bread, diced chilies, salsa, diced green onions. serve hot with
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