Fort Worth Restaurant Appeals To Many With Chicken Provolone Entréechicken restaurant: drive to Chef Point Café and order the Chicken Provolone entrée. This dish can please people because it offers something for everyone. Poultry fans will get their chicken, seafood lovers will get crabmeat, cheese cravers can get their fill and even pasta lovers will leave satisfied. This entrée consists of grilled chicken topped with crabmeat, Provolone cheese and Asiago sauce over bowtie pasta. The main ingredients of this meal all bring out a unique flavor only found in this cheesy chicken dish.
Chicken is a staple of American cuisine especially in Fort Worth restaurant, Chef Point Café. It is a most versatile food and can be used in breakfast, brunch, appetizers, lunch and dinner. For those watching intake of sugar, fat and carbohydrates, this is their bird because it has little, if any, of all three. Chicken has the added nutritional benefit of being a perfect source of protein.
The next ingredient in Chicken Provolone is an oceanic critter filled with flavor. The crab is often the highlight of creations but can also be used as accompaniments to bring out flavors of other foods. Popular dishes often use meat from Alaskan king crab, Alaskan snow crab, blue crab, rock crab, Dungeness crab or stone crab. Texture and tenderness are two reasons why this seafood is prized by chefs and patrons alike. And to top it off, it's healthy. Crabmeat has high levels of potassium and protein and low levels of calories and fat. Even in a chicken restaurant, people can enjoy an entrée with this seafood.
Say 'cheese!' This dairy product can be the sticky glue that keeps everything together. Its ooey gooey texture keeps fans wanting more. It should be no surprise that Provolone is the type of cheese used in Fort Worth restaurant favorite, Chicken Provolone. Southern Italy is where this smooth skin, mild-tasting cheese originated from but is now found all over the globe. Not only is Provolone used in a chicken restaurant entrée; it is eaten plain, used as a sandwich filler and enjoyed as a pizza topping.
Bowtie pasta is what waits underneath all the goodies. This pasta is also called “farfalle,” stemming from the Italian word “farfalla,” which means butterfly. Not surprisingly, these fun shaped morsels are originally from Italy, the northern regions to be more precise. The pasta is made by taking a piece of dough in the shape of a rectangle with ruffled edges, then pinching it in the middle to get the achieved look.
No matter where each ingredient comes from, they all share a part in making Chicken Provolone one meal to cherish. Take the time to savor this amazing entrée that patrons don't see on just any old chicken restaurant menu. Not the average chicken restaurant; the flavor, the seasonings, the freshness, that's Chef Point Café.