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Featured Cookbook

The Kalemia Cookbook

Editor: Merrie Walker

The Kalemia Foundation is proud to present The Kalemia Cookbook, a collection of recipes from friends and family. THE KALEMIA FOUNDATION is a foundation helping blind children in Utah and working towards a cure for Retinal Blindness. Help us help those who help the most by buying a cookbook. It is a book similar to a ward cookbook format with a plastic spine. Laminated cover.

Featured Recipe

Chicken Tortellini

By Merrie Walker

Ingredients:
1 package frozen tortellini
3-4 chicken breasts
1/2 C. butter
1 C. heavy cream
1 C. Freshly grated Parmesan cheese
Salt and Pepper to taste
Marinated artichoke hearts, optional
Peas, optional
Pine nuts, optional
Bacon or ham cubes, optional
Chopped baby spinach, optional
Directions:
Boil water. Add tortellini, according to package directions. Drain into colander and finish sauce. Rinse with warm water and toss with a little oil in a bowl if its going to be a while.In the mean time, add some olive oil to a large frying pan, add chicken breasts, season, put on lid for six minutes, turn and cover for six minutes more. Cut into bite size pieces, but cook a little longer if needed. Remove meat from pan and add, butter, melt then add Parmesan and cream, stirring until combined, add chicken and whatever other optional ingredients that sound good to you. Enjoy!

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