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Cooksie 09-07-2009 05:00 PM

Chicken Pomodoro
 
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3513/...f9a75165ee.jpg


I have made this dish many times, but the sauce has never been as thick as I would like it. So....I tweaked it a bit :smile:, and this time it came out just right.


For the chicken cutlets:

4 to 6 chicken tenders, pounded thin
Flour
Salt
Pepper
Vegetable oil


For the sauce:

1/4 cup vodka
1/2 cup chicken broth
1 T fresh lemon juice
1/2 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup fresh, chopped and seeded tomatoes

To serve:

Cooked fusili pasta
1/3 cup chopped green onion tops


Dredge the cutlets in flour seasoned with salt and pepper and cook in a very small amount of vegetable oil (once around the pan :)). They're so thin that by the time they get lightly browned and crispy on both sides, they will be cooked through. Set the cooked cutlets to the side.


Deglaze the pan with the vodka (away from the flame). Simmer until the vodka is nearly gone. Add the broth and lemon juice and simmer until it is reduced by about half. Add the cream and cook over a very low heat, stirring constantly, until the sauce thickens. It may take a while. Add the tomatoes and simmer for a few more minutes, or until the sauce is back to the desired thickness.


Place chicken cutlets over cooked fusili and spoon sauce over the top. Garnish with chopped green onion tops.

homecook 09-07-2009 05:03 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
Thanks for the recipe Cooksie!! This is certainly a must try.

Cooksie 09-07-2009 05:15 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
Thanks.....I think you will like :mrgreen:

chowhound 09-07-2009 07:42 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
Thanks for the recipe.
You've given me a good reason to buy a bottle of goose :a1:

Love2"Q" 09-07-2009 07:48 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
that looks great ...
and i second the goose ..

homecook 09-07-2009 08:03 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by chowhound (Post 134020)
Thanks for the recipe.
You've given me a good reason to buy a bottle of goose :a1:

Quote:

Originally Posted by Love2"Q" (Post 134025)
that looks great ...
and i second the goose ..

Is that better than Skyy?? LOL

lilbopeep 09-07-2009 08:22 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
i like kettle one

Cooksie 09-07-2009 08:28 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
Lol--Grey Goose - I have to keep that for my sister.

homecook 09-07-2009 08:30 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
LOL....I keep Ketel One for my brother and his dirty martinis.

lilbopeep 09-07-2009 08:32 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by homecook (Post 134033)
LOL....I keep Ketel One for my brother and his dirty martinis.

YIKES!! :alc:

Blues Man 09-07-2009 09:23 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
Thanks Cooksie - that looks great. This will be a must try.
Thanks for posting.

alexandradarex 09-19-2017 03:38 AM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Cooksie (Post 133985)
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3513/...f9a75165ee.jpg


I have made this dish many times, but the sauce has never been as thick as I would like it. So....I tweaked it a bit :smile:, and this time it came out just right.


For the chicken cutlets:

4 to 6 chicken tenders, pounded thin
Flour
Salt
Pepper
Vegetable oil


For the sauce:

1/4 cup vodka
1/2 cup chicken broth
1 T fresh lemon juice
1/2 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup fresh, chopped and seeded tomatoes

To serve:

Cooked fusili pasta
1/3 cup chopped green onion tops


Dredge the cutlets in flour seasoned with salt and pepper and cook in a very small amount of vegetable oil (once around the pan :)). They're so thin that by the time they get lightly browned and crispy on both sides, they will be cooked through. Set the cooked cutlets to the side.


Deglaze the pan with the vodka (away from the flame). Simmer until the vodka is nearly gone. Add the broth and lemon juice and simmer until it is reduced by about half. Add the cream and cook over a very low heat, stirring constantly, until the sauce thickens. It may take a while. Add the tomatoes and simmer for a few more minutes, or until the sauce is back to the desired thickness.


Place chicken cutlets over cooked fusili and spoon sauce over the top. Garnish with chopped green onion tops.

This is an excellent formula. The flavors are very unforgettable & the plate is simple enough to get ready. Only changes I created was sub'd natural for lotion and improved the tomato vegetables. There is just enough marinade so if you want more for a part of rice/pasta I suggest improving that also. Amazing formula, thanks for Recipe

Luckytrim 09-20-2017 08:58 AM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
Wow, Newbie !

You critiqued five chicken recipes in one day !
Your kitchen must be a complete mess.........:cooking::fridge:

Cooksie 09-20-2017 02:41 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
But, But...she sub'd natural for the lotion, so things must have gone swimmingly in her kitchen :rolleyes:.

QSis 09-20-2017 08:52 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
Cooksie, you'll have to make it again and post a new picture!

Lee

Cooksie 09-22-2017 01:15 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by QSis (Post 311668)
Cooksie, you'll have to make it again and post a new picture!

Lee

Yeah, I'm just looking for a new photo hosting site that is as easy to use as Photobucket. I went to my Flickr acct, and it doesn't even have a button to add photos :(. Still looking...

lilbopeep 09-22-2017 02:23 PM

Re: Chicken Pomodoro
 
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I use JASC Paint Shop Pro to edit, crop, resize (pixels - 650X552 or I can do inches also) and save to the format I choose (jpeg, png etc.).

I have been hosting on NCT lately after editing and resizing.

I have used Postimage (http://postimages.org/) to host my pictures after editing and resizing. There are several save/host options you can choose (auto resizing etc.). And several options on how to share/link. Very user friendly IMO.

Some screen shots of PostImage options:

Overview

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Resize Options (I resize my pictures in Paint Shop Pro and choose Do Not Resize)

Attachment 25206

Expiration Options

Attachment 25207


Sharing/Linking Options (choose direct, thumbnail etc.)
I choose the Direct link.

Attachment 25208

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You can also use Paint program in your PC Accessories list to resize (percentage or pixels). Then host on NCT, PostImage or Imgur.

Some screen shots of Paint:

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Attachment 25211

I hope this helps.

(P.S. I didn't care for Imgur. PostImage is much easier.)


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