The Feast of the Seven Fishes, Reimagined! In many parts of Italy, Christmas Eve is traditionally a partial fast, during which no meat should be served or consumed. But just like the Italians I have come to know and love, many Italians now know this day as one of feasting, not fasting. Feasting on seven different types of delicious seafood, to be exact.
Chicken Breasts with Mushroom and Onion Dijon Sauce
This Chicken Breats with Mushroom and Onion Dijon Sauce recipe from A Family Feast makes an insanely delicious dinner that you are going to love. The chicken breasts cook until they are tender, and then you smother them in a rich, creamy sauce that has a combination of herbs, spices, onions, mushrooms, and of course — dijon mustard!
Feast of the Seven Fishes: Antipasti, Baccala Mantecato, Fritto Misto, Insalata, Calamari alla Manfredi, Primi, Shrimp alla Buzara, Secondi, Mussels with Farro, Cannellini, and Chickpeas, Paccheri with Lobster Brodetto, Pesce Spada