After cooking the chicken breasts, cut the meat into bite-size portions. Chop the onion and green pepper and sauté them in one tablespoon of butter. Combine the soups, the cheese, salt and pepper, mayonnaise and the sautéed peppers and onions. Keep over low heat until the cheese has melted. Add the cooked chicken, the mushrooms, and the pimentos. Cook 3/4 of the 1 pound box of spaghetti and drain. Mix the chicken mixture with the noodles.
Today I'm going to share a friend's fabulous recipe with you and encourage you to visit Jessica at the Breland Plantation in Alabama. She's a true daughter of the South and her daddy even played for those Dallas Cowboys! I think you'll enjoy her recipe for one of my favorite Southern staples and her Deep South Panini! I think her mama actually shared the pimento cheese recipe with her, so I guess it's a family favorite. That's her picture of this fabulous sandwich - betcha can't take just one bite!
Deep South Panini Pimento Cheese Cooked Bacon Sour Dough Bread Spread cheese onto bread and top with bacon. Put the Panini together. Butter the outside; toss onto your Panini press; ENJOY!
Pimento Cheese 1 can rotel tomatoes (drained) 1 cup of mayonnaise 1 tsp of Worcestershire (I do not use this much you can to taste) 1/2 tsp salt (or to taste) 1 (4 oz) jar of chopped pimentos (drained) 16 oz of block sharp cheddar cheese (You must grate this yourself. It just taste different if you don't) Combine first 4 ingredients and then gently fold in remaining ingredients; chill overnight.
The simple blend known as pimento cheese is the epitome of comfort food. It is so ingrained in the lives of most Southenors that it’s hard to imagine that it exist only in the South. A pimento cheese sandwich on white bread (usually with the crust cut off) has long been a staple of any table south of the Mason Dixon line, at picnics, church pot luck suppers, or as funeral food. This authentic Southern delicacy has been around since the beginning of the 20th century and every good cook has their own recipe.