Thermomix Speedy Chicken with Mushroom Pasta – do you run in the door and everyone is looking at you like they haven’t eaten in weeks? Then this is your dish!
A simple and delicious mid-week meal.
This recipe is quick, simple and flavoursome. A staple dish that will join your family meal plans regularly!
This is also a perfect way to get you to cook your pasta in the ThermoServer if you haven’t yet tried to!
This recipe was included in the June 2014 Cook Along and was thoroughly enjoyed by many.
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- 300g pasta, penne
- handful fresh parsley
- 1 onion, peeled and halved
- 4 rashers bacon, short cut, quartered
- 10g olive oil
- 600g chicken thigh fillets, cubed
- 250g button mushrooms, sliced
- 40g plain flour
- 1½ Tbsp mustard, Dijon
- 20g TM vegetable stock concentrate
- sprinkle of chilli flakes
- 250g boiling water from kettle
- 100g thickened cream
- pinch black pepper, ground
Cook pasta in ThermoServer Click Here.
While your pasta is cooking, continue on to make your sauce.
- Place parsley into TM bowl and chop 3 sec / speed 8. Set aside.
- Place onion, bacon and oil into TM bowl and chop 5 sec / speed 5.
- Scrape down and sauté 5 mins / Varoma / speed 1 / MC off.
- Add chicken and cook 4 mins / 100°C / speed 1 / Reverse.
- Add mushrooms, flour, mustard, stock, chilli and boiling water and stir through with aid of spatula.
- Cook 12 mins / 100°C / speed 1 / Reverse.
- Add cream and pepper and cook 1 min / 100°C / speed 1 / Reverse.
- Serve chicken and mushroom sauce over drained pasta and sprinkle with parsley.
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