Recipe by PIPPYMOE
"Delicious! A very light chicken and pasta dish with wonderful undertones of sage."
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plain dry bread crumbs
fresh sage leaves
skinless, boneless chicken breast meat - cut into strips
fresh lemon juice
1 1/4 pounds
fresh linguine pasta
freshly grated Parmesan cheese
This was good but plain. I added some butter and extra spices.
Utterly forgettable. The description made it sound really tasty, the reality was dry pasta without enough anything all tossed together. I don't think this is worth trying to tweak.
I thought that this recipe was way too greasy and did not have enough flavor. Would not make it again.
Quick dish and a great way to enjoy chicken and pasta together, esp. if you have an abundance of sage in your garden. Adding bread crumbs was a neat touch. With a little personalization this could be a signature dish for anyone whose creative in the kitchen.
next time, I will add a lot more sage and a bit more olive oil, it wasn't as flavorful as I expected.
It was quite bland and disapointing although it was a decent basic recipe.
Why this recipe does not include salt and pepper I will never know. I went a step further. After preparing the garlic/crumb mixture I sauted the chicken in the same pan. I added salt and pepper and the some Worcestershire sauce (about a tablespoon) and some chicken broth. Cooked the chicken until it was done and decided it needed a little kick. Siracha sauce is the old standby so I squirted some of that in. More cooking, tasted and it was great.
I then added the egg noodles (what I had) and the crumb mixture. It soaked up all of the juice. The dish was great, but I would make with thighs next time. I doubled the chicken without doubling the crumb mixture, since I had two breasts in the package. It worked fine, just more chicken.
I really liked this recipe. It tasted exactly as I expected it to--light and subtle--which, admittedly, is a different style than most American pastas. I didn't think it was bland at all, but the garlic cloves I used happened to be giant, so perhaps I used more garlic than the recipe calls for. Also, I used dried thin spaghetti rather than fresh linguine, so that may have affected the texture. Regardless, my whole family liked this one. We'll have it again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Linguine with Sage and Chicken
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 158
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