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Everybody loves pasta.  Everybody loved this pasta dish.  It is rich and flavorful without being really Chicken & Artichoke Fettuccineheavy.  If you can find fresh baby artichokes by all means use them.  You will need to cook them before adding them to the dish.  Otherwise use the best canned or frozen artichoke hearts you can find.

Recipe By     : Sitara
Serving Size  : 6   Preparation Time :1:00
Categories    : Main Dishes   Pasta   Poultry

  Amount    Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
    --------     ------------         --------------------------------
        6          large              boneless skinless chicken breasts or thighs cut in large cubes
        2          cloves           garlic - finely chopped
        1          bunch            green onion - chopped
        1          pound            mushrooms - sliced thick
        1/2       cup                sherry or white wine
         1         cup                 chicken stock
         1         large can       water packed artichoke hearts - drained & halved if they are large
         1         cup                 sour cream (or more)
                         salt and cayenne pepper to taste

1.  In a large heavy skillet heat a bit of oil and put in a pat of butter.   When the butter  stops  
      foaming, it is ready to use.    Season the chicken pieces with Tony Chachere's Creole
      Seasoning and brown evenly all over.     Set aside.

2.  In the same skillet saute the garlic, green onion and mushrooms till mushrooms have
     started to brown and the garlic and green onion are tender.  Add  chicken stock and
     bring to a boil.   Cook down for a few minutes and reduce .

3.  Add artichokes and sour cream.    Stir the sour cream in thoroughly, the sauce
     should thicken.  Taste.  If the sauce needs to be a bit 'creamier' add more sour cream.
     Check for salt and add cayenne pepper to taste.

4.  Add the chicken and any accumulated juices to the sauce.   Stir in well.  Heat through.

Serve over fettuccine with a nice crisp white wine and crusty bread.