Serve this sauté over steaming split biscuits, spooned over mashed potatoes, or tossed with egg noodles.
I doubled this recipe for my family of five and it was perfectly sized. I followed the recipe exactly and it was really tasty. Not crazy flavor but just solid, tasty flavor-almost comfort food flavoring. I served with Pilsbury Grand Biscuits. I will definately make again.
Excellent dish; easy enough for a weekday and good enough for weekends and company. Works very well with cooked, fresh lima beans. If fresh thyme isn't available, substitute dried Herbs de Provence and when using dried herbs, use 1/4 to 1/3 as much. So, replace 1 tsp fresh thyme with 1/4 to 1/3 tsp dried Herbs de Provence. Serve over toast points, biscuits, rice, or pasta. A Pinot Gris wine from Alsace is nice from a weight and flavor perspective.
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