Souped-up spin on traditional holiday meals to try all season long

Campbell’s spokesperson and deputy food editor at Bon Appetit, Chris Morocco, shares a delicious twist on chicken, potatoes and gravy.
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make holiday dishes faster and full of flavor teaming up with Campbell's for a souped up spin on traditional meals with Chris Morocco, everybody, from "Bon this is the chicken catsu. Wanted to take that idea of holiday dinner involving roast chicken and turn it on its head. Crispy, Japanese inspired chicken cutlet and stays super juicy inside. I want to get right into it. Do I do this first. Go for it. Garlic first. Then ginger. Ginger going in. We've got right now making a mushroom curry gravy so unlike a regular grave si that might take, you know, many steps, oh, well, all right. Whoa, all right. Here we go. So unlike a regular gravy you need to use a roux in order to make, you know, in order to get that thickness and sort of velvety texture you want we're using Campbell's cream of mushroom soup instead, extra cream. You don't have to waste any. No, you don't have to do any of that. So I'm now putting in a little curry powder here. We'll get those aromatics super fragrant. Everybody will start smelling that in about 30 seconds. Ena super this is what comes next. Exactly. The cream of mushroom where you save time. Yeah, yeah. No worries. He's obviously done this before. Gravy is what this is all about. Raise one hand if you don't like gravy? Come on, that guy says -- no, you all like gravy, right? I don't believe him. Gravy. Yes, so the gravy is the key and the Campbell's cream of mushroom soup will add all that velvety texture. Tons of flavor and it will come together and whisk it together a little bit then we have our finished gravy here, all right. And the finished gravy is not just for the chicken but you also are going to do a potato. With mashed potato. I didn't want to mess with the mashed potato. I'm pouring that gravy. Get the gravy all over there. Looks so good. All right. It smells great. We were talking, kind of a little twist on a traditional holiday meal. You could make this instead. I got a lot of family instead. I'll do this with you. Thank you for being with us. No worries. Thank you for having me.

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