Made some simply delicious biscuits and gravy for dinner. Susan gets those frozen pillsbury biscuits, and I ovened up some of them. While I was doing that I was dicing about one medium large onion (actually a half medium white and a quarter large red) and one large orange pepper up, then sauteeing in a bit of oil and salt and pepper. Then I added about a half cup slice mushrooms and let the cook up a bit. I then popped four chicken thighs into the pan, having cleared some room so they'd get a nice sear on. I seasoned the side facing up with a bit of garlic, salt, and pepper and flipped them for the same treatment on the other side after about a minute. Then I added about half a cup of white whine and half a cup of veggie stock. Agitate a bit, then when you've got a medium bubble going again, flip, and stir. When that achieves a medium bubble again, reduce heat and simmer. After a few more minutes, the chicken is done. Pull the thighs out and puree the braise. Pour that over your chicken and biscuits and enjoy. It was very tasty and super easy.


Anonymous said...

That sounds sooo good! I shall look for the Pilsbury biscuits and try this out very soon. Tonight I made pasta with asperagus and mushrooms topped with alfredo sauce and bacon bits and grated asiago. Also Yummy! After two bouts with flu I am finally enjoying food again.


ml said...

as a good southerner, i recommend that you make your own biscuits from scratch!! (or buy them at biscutiville =P ).