Hi everyone, I wanted to say a big thank you to Chey from pinkfordays.wordpress.com for writing such a lovely post (Zucchini Gate) I was truly very touched. If you haven’t visited her site yet, please do, its smart and sweet, pop over and check it out, and you will see what I mean. 😉
I am also a bit behind on other posts that are very dear to me, which I am very grateful and humbled for and I am hoping that in the upcoming weeks I will be able to posts them. 🙂
There is one cooking show that I enjoy watching, and no it’s not any of the well known chefs/cooks…:) I have always preferred to watch cooking shows that are more traditional with simple recipes to follow. This show is based on International cuisine, and the chef has cooked all over the world, and the recipes are simple and yet so delicious.
The other day I was watching a rerun of his show (vacation time), and he had this fantastic summer dish which I have made before but I had completely forgotten. My brother was coming over, we haven’t seen him in a few days, along with his dog Marka. 🙂 I decided to make this dish for dinner, and since we are all pasta lovers, Chicken Bolognese would be a great topping.
The recipe has a few tweaks than the Bolognese we all know and love, instead of ground beef, I have added grated Chicken it makes this dish lighter and tastes so good. We enjoyed our meal, chatted, laughed, and had a really nice time. Charlie and Marka had a great time, playing, running into the garden and eating of course. 🙂
I hope you enjoy. 🙂
1 package of Pasta (your choice)
1 large Carrot grated
2 Onions diced
2 Garlic cloves
1/4 cup Olive Oil
500 grams grated Chicken
10 small Tomatoes cut in half
1 tablespoon Creme Balsamic Vinegar (thicker version of the normal vinegar)
1/2 cup chopped Parsley
In a large sauce pan add the olive oil, carrot, onion, garlic. Simmer for about 10 minutes.
Add in the chopped parsley, salt, pepper and continue to stir.
Add into mix the grated chicken meat, continue to stir and simmer for 15 minutes on low heat.
Cut small tomatoes in half and add into sauce mix, add 1 tablespoon of Creme Balsamic Vinegar and simmer for another 20 minutes.
Boil pasta of your choice. Once Pasta is ready drain, and top of with this delicious Chicken Bolognese sauce and Parmesan Cheese.
Kali Orexi!! 🙂