Linda Gassenheimer | Tribune News Service (TNS)
A garlicky wine sauce is well known as the basis for the classic Italian dish, shrimp scampi. The sauce is delicious and perfect for sopping up with some crusty bread. For this recipe, I thought the sauce would be a great preparation for chicken thighs. Lots of garlic, some red vermouth and fresh parsley coat the chicken and add flavor to the linguine.
— You can use dried linguine instead of fresh. Boil for 8 to 9 minutes.
— You can use red or white wine instead of red vermouth.
— The quickest way to chop parsley is to snip the leaves with a scissors.
— Place water for linguine on to boil.
— Prepare all ingredients.
— Make chicken.
— Cook linguine and zucchini.
To buy: 1 pound skinless chicken thighs with the bone, 1 bottle red vermouth,...