Holiday helping: Hank Phillippi Ryan
Special Report: Holiday helping: Hank Phillippi Ryan
OK these mushrooms look great, so I'm going to set them aside and start the sauce.
he sauce, yet another pan, can you believe it? The sauce put about three tablespoons of butter in the pan
When the butter melts, I'll add two tablespoons of flour. So we will stir this to make a paste.
When you have a paste, Add a cup and a half of chicken broth, and about half a cup of wine.
your mushrooms are waiting, and dont forget the pasta. It takes about 15 minutes for the sauce, you can add salt and pepper now if you like and you can see its getting thicker now, thats perfect!
Now the sauce is almost done, but dont forget about it because the pasta is done, too Now add the mushrooms to the pasta and turn the oven to 375. When this part of the sauce is done, turn off the heat, and add about a cup of whipping cream, thatís heated, make sure its heated Ok and stir this through. Now you've got a delicious white wine sauce.
OK, here is where it all comes together. Take that beautiful sauce you made, add half to the turkey and add half to the mushrooms and pasta
Trust me its all worth it, even though you are saying she used every dish in the kitchen. Its probably true. Buttered overproof baking dish, dump in the psta and mushrooms Make some room in the middle of the pasta dump in the turkey and then add freshly grated parmesan cheese.
My mom used to make this when we all came home from college, so for me its a holiday tradition. Let's put it in the oven. It usually bakes in 20 minutes, you just want the top to brown. So let's check it..perfect! Look at this ready to serve, you will love it, I promise. Happy holidays!For recipe information, click here.
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