Today I go into work midday through early evening. What to cook that can be prepared ahead and easily heated up by my husband? Joy Philbin's pasta with chicken and broccoli. This recipe appeared in Good Housekeeping Magazine back in 1993. Since it was originally published in 1993, I noticed that the recipe has been updated a bit. I haven't made it in awhile, so I thought it would be good for today's do ahead supper. It's one pan for the chicken and broccoli and a pot for the pasta.
Ingredients that you need include boneless chicken breasts, broccoli florets, sun dried tomatoes packed in oil, white wine and chicken broth. In the original recipe it called for dried basil instead of fresh. Also, I didn't have any sun dried tomatoes packed in oil, but did have sun dried tomatoes that I resuscitated in the chicken broth. I also used only one clove a garlic instead of the 3 in the revised recipe.
In any event, in about 30 minutes I had my supper done for the night. Time to clean up the kitchen and get ready for work.
A former teacher, shop-a-holic, empty-nester redefining quick, family approved dinners.