Recipe: Creamy Chicken Stroganoff over Linguine

BY: - 25 Apr '14 | Recipes

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This Creamy Chicken Stroganoff over Linguine recipe had me at “creamy”!  I love dishes with gravy ~ this one is so freakin creamy!  I made this on a Wednesday night, it was a fast, easy and delicious meal!  Hubby and the kids loved it!  Thumbs up from all of them!  This is one of those recipes you bookmark so its right there at your finger tips when you are in the mood!  Hope you enjoy ~ if you’d like more awesome recipes delivered to your inbox the minute they are posted, just let me know!



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1 box of dried linguine (+ ingredients from back of box)
3-4 skinless chicken breasts
¼ cup sliced Vidalia onion
½ cup thinly sliced baby bella mushrooms
2 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil to grill chicken (+ 2 tbsp. for mushrooms & onions)
2 tbsp. unsalted butter
2 tsp. crushed garlic
1 tbsp. sea salt for chicken (+ 2 tsp. for linguine)
1 tbsp. ground black pepper (+ 2 tsp. for linguine)
2 ½ tbsp. all-purpose flour
2 cups chicken broth
2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
1/3 cup sour cream


  1. Cook Linguine according to back of box, once done, season with sea salt and ground pepper and set aside
  2. Pre-heat 2 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil in grill pan
  3. Season chicken breast with sea salt and ground black pepper, grill until cook through (about 10-15 minutes on each side) and allow to rest 3-5 minutes, then slice into pieces and set aside
  4. In a medium sauté pan over medium heat add 2 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil, garlic and unsalted butter, once butter is melted, add mushrooms and onions to pan and cook until tender
  5. Add all-purpose flour and stir until incorporated with mushrooms and onions
  6. Add chicken broth and Worcestershire sauce, raise heat to high and stir continuously until smooth and boiling, as soon as it boils, lower heat back to medium and add sliced grilled chicken and fold together until incorporated and allow to cook additional 5 – 7 minutes
  7. Turn heat off and fold in sour cream
  8. Add healthy portion of chicken stroganoff over linguine to each plate and enjoy!

Utokia ~
Sizzle Sizzle Baby

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Utokia Langley wrote 46 articles on this blog.

Utokia Langley is the video cooking mean machine and blogger behind She's Got Flavor, a written and video blog created to Sass up your kitchen experience and assist you in creating flavorful dishes that will surely please! She,s Got Flavor is developing a seasoning line that will help intensify the flavor in your food and make life easier and less cluttered in the kitchen for you, stay tuned. Above all Utokia is a child of God, a wife, mother of two beautiful children who think Mom's videos and food are da bomb and a true friend to many.


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Recipe: Grillin & Chillin with Johnsonville Brats & Grillers

BY: - 27 May '14 | Recipes

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Recipe: Grillin & Chillin with Johnsonville Brats & Grillers

Like millions of other families across the country, we grilled yesterday.  And as the head grillmaster of the house, the duties fell on me. After an eventful day that included two snake sitings in the backyard that had Ronnie completely flabbergasted, I realized my wing-woman wasn’t going to be by my side. No worries, that’s why you have kids 🙂 .

Along with my 12 year old daughter, we took to the grill in the late afternoon to try out Johnsonville Original Brats and Johnsonville 32oz Cheddar Bacon Grillers. We picked Johnsonville because they are made with only premium cuts of meat and we’ve been using them forever. With a house full of hungry family, everything fell on us to pull it off.  And we executed like we have time and time again. Check out pictures and my recipe with the Apple Juice Sausage Bath below.

Johnsonville Original Brats

We started with the Johnsonville Brats. We’re big fans of their Original Bratwurst and it’s a regular at our home during the summer months when we cook on the grill frequently.

JohnsonvilleCheddar Cheese and Bacon Grillers

We also tried out the Johnsonville 32oz Cheddar Bacon Grillers for the very first time as well.

I found a great recipe for Apple Cider Sausage on the Johnsonville website so I took that and made a few minor adjustments since we were cooking a smaller amount. I also took into account that my kids love to eat their food as plain as possible, so I towed the line between giving them enough flavor but not too much.

For my recipe I used:


  • 2 cups apple cider or apple juice
  • 1 large onion, sliced
  • 1 package (19 ounces each) JOHNSONVILLE® Brats
  • 1 (8-inch x 8-inch) heavy-duty disposable foil pan

Johnsonville Brats Apple Juice Sausage Bath

I combined the apple juice and onions in the pan with the Johnsonville Brats. For more flavor you can also add cinnamon and cloves, but this worked great for us. The grill was already preheated and the pan was already simmering before I added the Johnsonville Brats.

Johnsonville 32oz Cheddar Bacon Grillers

I covered the pan with aluminum foil and turned my attention to the Johnsonville 32oz Cheddar Bacon Grillers while the Johnsonville Brats cooked for approx. 10-15 minutes.


I let the Johnsonville 32oz Cheddar Bacon Grillers cook and brown on each side. Even though they have bits of cheese and bacon inside, I still added a slice of American to each one.


By this time the Johnsonville Brats were ready to come out of the Apple Juice Sausage Bath. I pulled them out and placed them directly on the grill to brown. This was also a great family-friendly alternative to cooking the sausages in beer, but it still gave them great flavor.


After they brown you can place any Johnsonville Brats that need to stay warm back into the Apple Juice Sausage Bath until someone’s ready to eat them.


And the final result was a new dish for us to try and an old family favorite served with a fresh twist. The Apple Juice Sausage Bath Brats were so good that I think I’ll cook more today for lunch. To give the Johnsonville Brats an extra kick above the newfound flavor I added Capital City Mumbo Sauce to my rotation of condiments.

I’m looking forward to trying out Johnsonville’s Brat Hot Tub recipe soon with the Original Recipe Bratwurst and their Hickory BBQ Grillers as well.

For more information on Johnsonville you can check out their website, Facebook page or Twitter account.

This post was sponsored by Johnsonville. All opinions, thoughts, and feedback were purely my own. 

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Lamar Tyler wrote 2229 articles on this blog.

Lamar Tyler is co-creator He also is the co-producer of the films Happily Ever After: A Positive Image of Black Marriage, You Saved Me, Men Ain't Boys and Still Standing.


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