you just need: spaghetti, achillean sauce, uncooked chicken, alfredo sauce, and parmesan cheese. with that in mind, you need to:
How To Cook Homemade Pasta
Making Homemade Pasta is pretty easy to do. The key is to start with a good quality dough, and I suggest you start with 100% hydration. The hydration is how much liquid is added to the flour mixture. If the dough is too dry it will take a lot of effort to hydrate it. A good rule of thumb is 1/2 cup of water for every 3 cups of flour. To prevent the pasta from sticking to the cooking surface, you can add a little oil. Start with 1 tablespoon per pound of flour, and add more if necessary.
How To Cook Pasta
For the chicken Alfredo pasta, cook the pasta for about 3 minutes or until just al dente, and keep warm. In a separate bowl, whisk the cream and the sour cream together, and set aside. In a medium sauce pan, melt butter over medium heat. Add the white wine and cook for about 5 minutes or until reduced by half, and then remove from heat. Season the pan with the Italian seasoning, salt, and pepper. Turn the heat to high, add the chicken broth, and bring to a boil. Once it boils, add the cream mixture, and stir to combine. Add the chicken breasts, and cook for 5 minutes or until done, turning the chicken halfway through cooking. Transfer the chicken breasts to the serving dish, and top with the pasta. Garnish with the Parmesan cheese.
The Alfredo Sauce
The Alfredo sauce was a simple, quick, and easy addition to my home cookbook. Chicken Alfredo was one of my favorite pasta dishes growing up. It has always been my go-to when I wanted something to eat that wasn’t boring and just needed a little more protein. When I needed a quick meal, a plate of chicken Alfredo was never a bad option. The key is making sure you have the right tools to get this tasty pasta done. The first thing I did was make my pasta. I use a pasta maker that makes 1 1/2 pound of pasta at a time. My first pasta was super soft and almost like a dough, so I had to be extra careful when I put it in the sauce.
Prepping The Chicken
To get the chicken to cook in a timely manner, make sure to cut the chicken into small pieces. If you cut the chicken too large, it will take longer to cook. You will also need to remove the skin from the chicken. If you have skin, you should remove it by making a cross cut between the thigh and breast of the chicken. Then, wash the chicken thoroughly to make sure you remove all dirt and germs. Then, soak the chicken in water for 30 minutes to remove some of the blood from the chicken. After that, season the chicken with the salt and pepper.
Putting the Pasta Together
In this step, you’re going to combine the sauce and the noodles. You’re going to put the ingredients in the sauce one at a time, and stir continuously. Remember, you want to stir the pasta for at least 10 seconds before adding the next ingredient. The longer you stir, the better your pasta will cook. This may take a bit of practice to master, but as you’ll see, it’s really not that complicated. Use a wooden spoon to get the ingredients to combine. You can also use a heat-proof rubber spatula if you don’t have a wooden spoon. If you use a wooden spoon, make sure to not have any metal utensils in the sauce at the same time. If you do, they can cause the spoon to heat up, which will mess up the pasta. You may also use a wire whisk to stir the pasta. Use this when you’re making a roux.
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