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Breaded Chicken with Penne and Provolone
Total Cost $5.16 or $1.29 Per Serving
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I took the liberty of making an executive decision for all Frugal Home Cooks.
This Labor Day, we are going to relax.
How about that?
Yes, we still plan on cooking, but we’re going to prepare a tantalizing casserole ahead of time so that we can simply heat and eat on Labor Day. How about a dish with ingredients that pair well and play nice?
Chicken and Pasta.
Two of my favs. Crispy, Boneless Chicken Breast, gently fried in Italian Bread crumbs, sitting on a bed of Penne that’s nestled in Pasta Sauce and draped with melted Provolone Cheese. Who could resist a mouth-watering, frugal and simple dinner for a $1.29 a serving?
I’d like to take all the steps I see on T.V. cooking shows but my real world lifestyle won’t allow it. Sure I’d like to brine my meat 24 hours before cooking but who really does that on a daily basis? While researching or what’s better known as surfing the web, I ran across info on the use of Baking Soda as a brine. The experimental me was all on board when I continued to read that it was super quick, super effective and yes, yes, yes, super cheap. I tested this simple brine on Pork Tenderloin and it was like magic. In addition to the brine info, I’ll share my simple yet yummy version of Pork Scallopini with Lemon Garlic Sauce. Let us go forth and cook.
PORK SCALLOPINI with LEMON GARLIC BUTTER SAUCE
Ingredient Cost $6.99 or $1.75 Per Serving
Heidi L. Smith