Step 1: If you’re like me and struggle to experiment with spices etc and just want something to cook that’s full of flavour, but not BBQ or Peri Peri…. zzzzzz.
Step 3: Firstly, cut up the chicken breasts into chunks and cook in a saucepan with some oil.
Step 5: Whilst the chicken is cooking, cook the pasta. You can use any; Penne, tagliatelle, shell e.t.c.
Step 7: When the chicken is half-way cooked, put half a tea-spoon full of the Chilli and garlic sauce. This goes far and very rich so don’t use too much! Keep cooking until done.
Step 9: Add a pinch of salt and pepper (and extra chilli if you like it HAWT)
Step 11: Once the chicken and pasta has cooked, drain them.
Step 13: Put the chicken back into the pan and add the Hellmans Brazilian sauce. Once again, don’t smother it as it’s quite rich! Cook for another minute.
Step 15: Now, add the pasta, cream of chicken soup and the chicken and cook altogether in a saucepan.
Step 17: Serve in a bowl or plate with a sprinkle of cheese if you like to be fancy.
Step 19: Alternately, place the pasta on the plate, drizzle the heated up cream of chicken soup and place the chicken on top.
Step 21: Picture is the ingredients. I was taking it to work to cook for lunch with the pre-cooked chicken. The chilli and garlic sauce was in the Asian isle in the supermarket and the hellmans sauce was within the sauce section. If you can’t find this, choose a \wings bbq sauce\”. Works too!”