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Chocolate and tangerine casarecce with chicken and soy sauce

A good friend who visited the beautiful island of Chios, Greece, brought me this original type of pasta: chocolate and tangerine caserecce!

The taste was subtle, but it was possible to make out and the quantities of chocolate and tangerine were just right – neither too much, nor too little. Their was a recipe on the package using cream, but I thought that doing it the Chinese way would suit it more. Linseeds and sesame added their touch and a glorious lazy pasta recipe was ready.

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Ingredients for 4-5 servings:

– 500g casarecce with chocolate & tangerine flavour

(or even simple casarecce)

– 200g chicken breast

– 150ml white wine

– 30-50g soy sauce

– 150ml milk

– 1 tspn sesame seeds

– 1 tspn linseeds

– salt and pepper




Slice the chicken breasts in long slices and put the in a pan with some olive oil over high heat.




Turn the chicken pieces over when they turn white on one side.



When the chicken seems white on the outside, add the wine.
Especially if your casarecce is not flavored, you can add some orange or tangerine juice.



This is the moment when you start cooking the casarecce according to the instructions.



Only after the wine has evaporated completely, throw in the linseeds and the sesame seeds.



Also pour the soy sauce and stir.



Add the milk, which is going to mix with the soy sauce and the get absorbed by the chicken.



Drain the casarecce, add to the chicken and serve. Just de-pasta-licious! Bon appetit!




Here is a video version of this recipe:

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