Courteney Cox Teaches Us How To Make A Healthy Chicken Bolognese

Chef Monica is back! But this time, she is teaching us how to make an Italian dish that's sure to wow you and everyone who takes a bite.

Courteney Cox Teaches Us How To Make A Healthy Chicken Bolognese

Recently on Instagram, Courteney Cox served up another Italian dish. Previously, she showed her 11.6 million followers how to make Cacio e Pepe. This time, she’s sharing her secrets for making a quick and healthy Chicken Bolognese, which she credits to her friend Jill Ellmore.

11 Ingredients, 30 Minutes

“This is the quickest Chicken Bolognese ever,” Cox tells the camera before laying out her ingredients.

She quickly shows us that we’ll need olive oil, a yellow onion, garlic cloves, Italian seasoning, salt, ground white meat chicken, sweet Italian turkey sausage, spicy Italian turkey sausage, Rao’s marinara sauce, fresh parsley and fresh basil.

As Beautiful Mistakes by Maroon 5 plays in the background, the Friends alum takes us through the easy process of making this delicious dish. Of course, the clip is edited down to just a few seconds, but the entire process will take you about 30 minutes, and that includes time to simmer.

A post shared by Courteney Cox (@courteneycoxofficial)

How To Cook Up The Chicken Bolognese

Chef Monica begins by chopping up the medium yellow onion before moving on to the part she doesn’t like–removing the casing from the sausage. Reluctantly, she removes the casing from two different Italian turkey sausages, one spicy and one sweet.

After heating up two tablespoons of olive oil over medium-high heat in a large saucepan, she crumbles both sausages up and sautés them until cooked through. She proceeds by removing the sausage from the pan and setting it aside in a bowl.

In that exact same pan over the same medium-high heat, Cox sautées the chopped onion and two cloves of minced garlic. Then, she adds a half-teaspoon of Italian seasoning, two pounds of ground white meat chicken and a quarter-teaspoon of salt.

Cox cooks the chicken until it’s done while breaking it up with a wooden spoon (a potato masher also works well). Then, she puts her cooked sausage back into the pan before adding six cups of her favorite marinara sauce–Rao’s. The last step is adding some freshly chopped parsley and basil before letting it simmer for 20-30 minutes.

Cox serve the chicken over her favorite pasta and takes a bite. That’s when she exclaims, “Hot as f*ck! So hot, but so good.”

And there you have it, a deliciously fire chicken Bolognese dish!

More Food & Drink Stories:

You Might Be Surprised To Learn These Foods Should Never Go In The Freezer

Former Starbucks Barista Reveals How To Make All Your Fav Drinks For A Fraction Of The Calories

It Turns Out The Scalloped Edges On Ritz Crackers Actually Have A Purpose

Source : Gossip Cop More   

What's Your Reaction?

like
0
dislike
0
love
0
funny
0
angry
0
sad
0
wow
0

Next Article

‘The View’ Courting Caitlyn Jenner, Calling Her The ‘Perfect Candidate’?

Could we soon be seeing Caitlyn Jenner co-host The View? Meghan McCain is vacating the conservative chair at the show and one tabloid is purporting that Jenner may take her spot. Gossip Cop investigates. Is The View Considering Hiring Caitlyn Jenner? McCain is set to leave the talk show at the end of this month […]

‘The View’ Courting Caitlyn Jenner, Calling Her The ‘Perfect Candidate’?

Could we soon be seeing Caitlyn Jenner co-host The View? Meghan McCain is vacating the conservative chair at the show and one tabloid is purporting that Jenner may take her spot. Gossip Cop investigates.

Is The View Considering Hiring Caitlyn Jenner?

McCain is set to leave the talk show at the end of this month and Life & Style is claiming the producers are working hard to find the right match for that spot. “The network is looking to replace Meghan with someone who isn’t afraid to stir the pot,” an inside source told the outlet. One name that has allegedly been thrown into the ring is former Olympian and reality star, Caitlyn Jenner.

“Caitlyn’s very polarizing, which makes her a perfect candidate,” the source continued, referencing Jenner’s run for Governor of California. The former reality star also openly voted for Trump in 2016. Because of her diverse hobbies, interests, and past, the publication and its source think Jenner could be a good fit for The View. “It helps that Caitlyn has ties to the worlds of sports, celebrity, and now politics. But the big question is: Can they get the other ladies on board?” the source concluded. 

Gossip Cop’s Take 

If The View is looking for someone to take McCain’s place immediately after she leaves, Jenner may not be the best option. Though she is behind in the polls, she is still running for governor and the election is two months away. She is also set to appear on Big Brother VIP in Australia and is currently in the middle of a two-week quarantine down under to shoot the show. She defended her decision to campaign from her Sydney hotel room, telling Fox News “[un]like most politicians, I actually honor my contract.” It’s unlikely she will fill the seat on The View. Gossip Cop is deeming this story false. 

Life & Style is often wrong about who will be replacing TV’s most iconic hosts. In 2019, the publication ran a story reporting Ellen DeGeneres was retiring and named Chrissy Teigen and Neil Patrick Harris as possible replacements for her. Of course, we now know that the story was false as DeGeneres just announced her retirement a few months ago. When Kelly Ripa was looking for a co-host to join her every morning on Live back in 2017, the outlet reported that Ripa was c0-host Tameron Hall. A rep for the morning talk show host said at the time she was totally for Hall to join her. The network ultimately went with Ryan Seacrest, which the publication didn’t see coming.

More News From Gossip Cop

Caitlyn Jenner Getting Breast Reduction To Prepare For California Governor Race?

Report: Caitlyn Jenner Happy ‘KUWTK’ Is Ending

Source : Gossip Cop More   

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.