This is one of the fastest easiest meals to make.
Chicken with Pasta and Veggies.
1 chicken breast per two or three people, chopped
1 onion, chopped
1 tsp minced garlic or too taste
Salt and Pepper
Pasta Sauce, whatever your favourite is
Veggies (see below)
In a saucepan with a little oil, brown the chicken breast. Remove the chicken from the pan and add onion and garlic, and soften.
Add the chicken back to pan along with the veggies that you are using. In my case I had mushrooms and broccoli. The more veggies you use the more this meal will stretch.
I had a jar of Alfredo Sauce, so I added that to the pan and let it simmer.
Meanwhile, in another pan I cooked the pasta. In this case it was a Tricolour Rotini. Again use what you normally would when you are making yourself or your family a meal.
With prep time, this meal could be on the table in 20 minutes or so. It is so adaptable with using as much or as little meat as you want. Adding more veggies and you can switch it up by using rice, noodles or even mashed potatoes. A side of salad and some garlic bread would make this a simple fast meal for a weekday.
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Helped out Angie at The Knitting Basket yesterday with the blog and got another blog post out and sorted some more things out from a marketing point of view. Enjoying doing it and looking forward to the sock knitting class in the Fall now!!