Transcript for Ree Drummond's Chicken Florentine Pasta
Test T welcome ree drummond by the way. You may follow her on her blog. Let me get this story right. You're a city girl that's taken in the country life. But it's big-time ranch life, right? My life is designed by horses, cattle, kids and maneuver. You have to watch out. So, in learning to be a little simpler, I see we've got the iron skillets out. Take me through the pioneer woman recipe that tamakes it easy for everybody? This is the dish that I would make for my girls and me if we were home alone. Man-unfriendly because they want more oomph to it, right? It has a little bit of olive oil and sea salt in it. I'm going to melt that. And throw in a bunch of chopped chicken. That's in my grandmother's houses, by the way, that iron skillet. You can cook in an iron skillet. It's the most basic thing you can cook in and I love it. I'm going to let that brown. I move over. I took it out already. And it's super simple. I'm going to make a sauce with thinly sliced red onions in the pan. Chopped garlic. I'm going to let this cook. And I'll go with some white wine. And another best friend of mine in the kitchen. And the butt and the wine. Best friend of mine outside the kitchen, too. And some broth. This is going to cook down quite a bit. It's going to reduce and get really thick. Once it does, I pour in pasta. It seems so easy. And it's all very fresh. I put in spinach out of the bag. I don't cook it first. And a whole bunch of halved cherry tomatoes and grape tomato tomatoes. And put that chicken back in. Your show is in the fifth series now? Yes. We're on saturday morning. You toss all this together. And come up with a gorgeous meal that we're all going to
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