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Chicken Marsala

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Chicken Marsala Chicken Marsala

How to fancy-up your frozen dinner!
By Terry Sebastian

This is the first time I purchased Chicken Marsala from Costco. It’s not organic, but it has pretty “clean” ingredients and is low carb. I normally don’t buy prepared food, but I just wanted to have something on hand that was quick and easy when I didn’t feel like cooking. I also wanted something relatively healthy. I usually have a variety of fresh vegetables in stock at home and the ones I chose to add to this just happened to be what I had on hand.
I heated it on the stove as per the instructions – chicken and riced cauliflower in separate pans. As the chicken portion started simmering, I added about 2 cups fresh spinach, 1/4  cup diced onion and 1/2 cup each fresh peas and broccoli.  I also added about 1/4 cup white wine. I didn’t add anything to the riced cauliflower, just heated as per instructions. Voila! Healthy dinner in about 20 minutes.

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