1 pound spaghetti or whatever pasta you want...I used Linguine
4 chicken breasts
1 large onion
7 oz mushrooms...I love mushrooms so I used the whole 8oz package but wish I had more to use so I will try to remember that next time
1 can concentrated cream of mushroom soup (1 Unox or 2 Campbell’s)
4 or 5 slices bacon
1/4 cup dry white wine...I used about 1/2 cup....Bite me
2/3 cup sharp cheddar...Eye ball it you can never have too much cheese
salt & pepper
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Chop the onion, which I hate my eyes pour down every time, and the mushrooms unless your lazy like me and just buy pre-washed and sliced mushrooms set aside. Peel and chop an apple and also set aside. Season your chicken with generous amounts of salt and pepper. In a bigger sized skillet cook your bacon but do not get rid of the fat. As if its not fatty enough add the butter (i used about 2 tablespoons) to the bacon grease and cook your chicken until browned. You just \want to brown them not fully cooking them because you will be placing them in the oven later. Place the chicken in a baking dish and set aside. Now saute your onion for a few minutes then add the mushrooms for a few minutes and lastly saute the apple with the onions and mushrooms for 4-5 minutes. Add a little salt and pepper for flavoring, then add the crumbled bacon, white wine, cheese and the condensed soup and let heat thoroughly. Pour over the chicken breasts and bake for 25-30 minutes or until your chicken is fully cooked and everything is hot and bubbly. While your yummy goodness is baking cook your pasta until al dente. ALL FINISHED! I just placed my pasta on the bottom of a plate and added a chicken breast and spooned the "gravy" over top of it.
Fresh out of the oven...There's chicken under all the goodness!
If you place a wooden spoon like above while the pasta is cooking it would boil over...Fun little fact!
This was so wonderful but I'm assuming at least 1000 calories per serving (but so worth it!)...well at least I hadn't started my diet yet.
Orginal Recipe found here