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Winter squash and chicken

Peel and chop up your squash.

Sautee in a pan until golden. Add some herbs that you have kicking around.  Oregano, thyme, and or parsley would work.  Chop up some boneless skinless chicken breast or chicken thigh.

Add to the pan and sautee until the chicken is browned.  Add salt and pepper to taste.   At this point you can add in about a cup of sliced mushrooms if your pan is big enough :)

Add in 3 tbsp mascapone cheese and about half a cup of light cream or full fat milk.  Stir around until creamy and bubbly.  Turn the heat down and let simmer until the chicken is cooked.  About 5 minutes.  I like to serve this with a salad, or on toast, or tossed with pasta.