Chicken with white wine, shitake mushrooms and goat cheese saucePosted in Food, Main Course, Pasta, Recipes on September 7th, 2009 by monicajane
The first part of this dish I diced lots of garlic (about a whole head of it) and sauteed it in olive oil. I then browned the chicken in the oil and garlic and topped it off with fresh rosemary and thyme from the garden. Salt and fresh ground black pepper, as well.
Once it was browned I poured in one cup of white wine and let it boil and then lowered the flame and covered the dish as it looks above.
I had dried shitake mushrooms which I brought to a boil in water. Above is what they look like before and after. I allowed the mushrooms to stay in the hot juices until they cooled and then I poured the left over juice into the cooking chicken and cut up the mushrooms in bits which also went into the pan with the cooking chicken.
When the chicken was completely cooked I took out the meat and added 1/3 of a pound of goat cheese into the juices. It looks like the above picture.
I then boiled some pasta and made the final dish. The picture unfortunately came out awful, but the food was delicious.