As I said earlier I would have a recipe for you all which is one of my favorites.
And I have broken it down into three parts for you which is extremly easy and has little prep time required.
1)Always make sure you pre-heat your oven, and for this dish the oven should be at 350 degrees.
once your oven is heated and ready to go, add your chicken, I like to use boneless skinless chicken breasts.
Let cook for approx. 35 to 40 minutes.
2)While the chicken is cooking in a large skillet or frying pan, add;
1 can of diced tomatoes
1/2 can of tomatoe paste
1 can of pasta sauce (I like to use Prego but which ever one you like will work)
1 onion, diced
2 cloves of minced garlic cloves.
let your ingredients come to a nice boil then simmer on low heat.
3)When your chicken is ready take it out of the oven, and cut it into thin slices, or cubes and add it to your sauce, let it all simmer together for roughly 10-15 minutes stirring frequently, and add salt and pepper to taste. While you are doing this boil your water and add which ever kind of noodles you desire, for this dish I like to use penne noodles.
4)Once the noodles are cooked, drain the water and add alittle butter.
on a serving dish, scoop the noodles out and add your sauce and add alittle more seasoning to your taste, (everyones different)and what I alway like to do is top this dish of with a nice ammount of parmesan cheese, goes very well with this dish.
And that should be it, its a simple dish, looks great and Im sure you will love the taste.
I hope you enjoy and I have plenty more where this came from
have you thought about turning this into your second hub? it might be a good fit, since your first one was about cooking in general. it might just get lost here in the forum.
wlecome aboard, by the way.
Well thank you for your advice, I will admitt I am very new to this, and I really do enjoy cooking and thought I would share it with the world lol.
Iam working on a cook book, its a very rough draft right now but I am hoping doing this will maybe help, and I will make it into a second hub, thanks again.
One quick question, for every recipe that I have do I make a new hub?
Have yourself a swell eveing.
I agree with cosette - this is too good a recipe to get lost in the threads - make it into a great Hub with some "tasty" pictures
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