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2012-12-19





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Four Minute Food Fusion

Are you looking for a quick but good tasting meal in between rushing around for the holidays? How about a meal that brings the fusion of Greek and Italian cuisine together?

Do you have four minutes?

That’s how little time it takes to prepare Yakisoba entrées. It’s easy to whip up a delicious meal or side dish with a few extra minutes that the whole family will enjoy.

Yakisoba Japanese style noodles are fast-becoming a sought-after cooking ingredient when it comes to meal planning. Add to that the tremendous versatility of the Yakisoba noodle and you’ve got the perfect food staple for today’s fast-paced lifestyle – during the holidays and beyond.

Recipe
Roasted Chicken (Fusion of Greek and Italian)
2 oz. chopped asparagus
2 oz. chopped white asparagus
2 oz. smoked gouda cheese
2 oz. roasted pine nuts
1 oz. chopped fresh basil
6 oz. sliced marinated chicken breast

Marinade:
2 oz. olive oil
1 oz. feta cheese
1 oz. chopped kalamata olives
pinch of sugar, salt, pepper
1 package Yakisoba Roast Chicken noodles

Marinate chicken for 1 hour in refrigerator and then roast in oven for 10 minutes on 350. Remove from oven, slice and add to rest of ingredients. Sauté for 5 minutes or until vegetable tender. Serve over noodles.

Join Chef Chris Paul on the Balancing Act on January 8th, 15th or 24th at 7:00 am (ET/PT) as he brings the fusion of Greek and Italian cuisine together, featuring roasted chicken and mouth-watering, nutritious, Yakisoba noodles. Great recipes, great food – in just minutes!
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