…Because everybody needs a rich, fatty, comforting meal every now and then. This dish is truly decadent. The tarragon cuts through the creamy sauce with its intense anise-like herbal flavor. The fettuccini noodles are the perfect noodle for a dish like this, because they have a ton of surface area to soak up the sauce. Leave out the chicken to make this a (very rich) vegetarian option.
Now that you all have hopefully abandoned your New Year’s resolution of healthy eating, I have a rich and delicious recipe for you to try! I have been hesitant to post this recipe, since the only photo I had of it was not very good, but I have decided that it is too delicious not to share!
It may be spring where most of you are, but in the mountains spring means warm sunny days scattered throughout big wet snowstorms. We have started lots of herbs in our window, but are just waiting for REAL Summit County spring (aka summer) to come so that we can plant our vegetables outside! As the saying goes, April showers bring May flowers right? Next time you are stuck inside on a rainy day, enjoy this comforting and absolutely delicious dinner. The recipe calls for only a half a bottle of wine, which means some left over to enjoy while you relax and listen to the rain.