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This is loafie who submitted the recipe. You can add 1 more TBSP of cornstarch to make the sauce a little thicker. This recipe is a lower fat version - I use skim milk and low fat butter. If you want to make it fancier (but more fattening) you can use cream or whole milk. With the onion you can always use the minced dried kind to make things go faster and to make it less lumpy. Thanks bd.weld:)
I didn't end up using all the pasta since we like ours to be on the very saucy side so used probably about 3/4 of the amount I cooked. Wouldn't change a thing - the sauce was creamy bright and fresh with the lemon. I cooked up some diced chicken in olive oil with salt and pepper then removed that from the pan and followed the directions as written. My whole family enjoyed this and I would definitely use this one again. The only thing I might change is to add some diced steamed broccoli asparagus or peas to the mixture to make it a complete one-pan-meal.:)
Don't let the long list of ingredients and instructions fool you. This is easy to make and the sauce puts it over the top. Don't panic if the sauce looks lumpy - it's the onions. This one goes into my 'Keeper' folder thank you loafie.
Delicious! I served it over Zoodles (zucchini made into noodles with a kitchen gadget) which didn't absorb the sauce as much as pasta noodles would so it was a bit saucy. But hey who doesn't like a yummy sauce! Will make again!
This was 4 stars the day I made it but 5 stars the next day. I'll double the lemon next time but otherwise this recipe is a spot-on winner. Serve with salads or broccoli to pour the sauce over that first night! Thanks for sharing!
SO DELICIOUS!!! The only things I did different were: 1) couldn't find lemon zest at HEB substituted lemon extract and 2) grilled the chicken in butter and lemon pepper before adding to mixture. FIVE STARS THOUGH!!!
I change the recipe for two person added 7 shrimp cut on it side slice mushrooms and muligrain spaghetti and didn't add the lemon zest. Once it was all together i let it sit for 15 minutes. To long i found it dried up. Over all it was not to bad.
Easy to make a short amount of time and what we did for the chicken was bought frozen grilled chicken heated it up in the microwave and it tasted perfect it tasted like the chicken the sauce and the pasta were made to be together it was amazing