Published Tuesday, 21 June, 2016 by Jazzy
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.
Firstly, cut up the chicken breasts into chunks and cook in a saucepan with some oil.
Whilst the chicken is cooking, cook the pasta. You can use any; Penne, tagliatelle, shell e.t.c.
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.
Add a pinch of salt and pepper (and extra chilli if you like it HAWT)
Once the chicken and pasta has cooked, drain them.
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.
Now, add the pasta, cream of chicken soup and the chicken and cook altogether in a saucepan.
Serve in a bowl or plate with a sprinkle of cheese if you like to be fancy.
Alternately, place the pasta on the plate, drizzle the heated up cream of chicken soup and place the chicken on top.
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!
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