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    stephvdw Guest

    Default Noodle and Co Whole Grain Tuscan Linquine

    I heard this was actually done on a channel Nine morning news show, but I can't seem to find a copy anywhere. Does anyone have this wonderful recipe?

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    Jun 2006
    Toronto, Canada

    Default Re: Noodle and Co Whole Grain Tuscan Linquine

    Welcome to CK Steve. I found this recipe online - not quite what you wanted though

    Tuscan Tossed Whole Grain Noodles with Grilled Chicken

    Serves 4-6

    1 lb whole grain linguine cooked al dente
    3 Roma tomatoes sliced into ˝ moons
    1 red onion cut into julienne strips
    2 cloves garlic, chopped
    1 bunch fresh baby spinach leaves
    2 tbsp olive oil (includes enough to coat the cooked noodles & chicken)
    1 white wine (white balsamic vinegar optional)
    Salt to taste
    1 tbsp each fresh chopped basil, oregano, rosemary leaves and Italian parsley
    Cracked black pepper
    ˝ tbsp fresh lemon juice
    Shaved Asiago cheese
    4 chicken breasts, marinated & grilled

    Cook the pasta to al dente; chill in ice cold water. Drain, then toss with 1 tbsp olive oil and set aside.

    Chop the garlic, cut the tomatoes, slice the onions, de-stem the herbs, chop and set aside.

    Marinate chicken breast with lemon juice, salt, pepper, rosemary leaves & garlic, place in fridge for 30 minutes. Grill just before you prepare the pasta. Let rest, slice and toss into pasta.

    Put the olive oil in a large sauté pan. Heat pan to hot, but not smoking. Add garlic and onions. You should hear a sizzle. Stir and deglaze with white wine or white balsamic vinegar. Add pasta and chicken, toss to coat with aromatics. Add tomatoes, toss then add fresh spinach. Add herbs, lemon juice and salt & pepper to taste. Place on platter and garnish with shaved Asiago cheese.

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    Smile Re: Noodle and Co Whole Grain Tuscan Linquine



    Above are the links to the videos. Although both sites post the recipe that the previous poster showed, the video shows a recipe made with sauteed red onions, button mushrooms, sweet red pepper & fresh broccoli. They toss in the noodles and then coat them with their own "fresca sauce" (the lady refers to it as Italian vinaigrette though), vegetable broth and a bit of cream.


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