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Mediterranean Chicken Pasta

This is yet another way to use up some of that roast chicken you bought at the Costco or grocery store deli. This is quick and delicious with commonly available grocery store ingredients combined with spices that that travel well in the RV.


 pasta, a small hand full per person
 cooked chicken
 olive oil
 chopped bell peppers
 chopped onions
 chopped artichoke hearts
 chopped tomatoes
 salt, pepper, garlic, oregano
 chicken stock
 feta cheese


Cook pasta of choice to al dente, which means done through but not gummy. Saute bell peppers and onions in olive oil until they start to get tender. Add artichoke hearts, chopped tomatoes, cooked chicken and stir to combine flavors. Season with salt, pepper, garlic and oregano. Add chicken stock and reduce to preferred thickness of sauce. Add drained pasta and crumbled feta cheese. Serve with garlic bread and a salad. Left overs keep nicely in the fridge for up to three days.

Serves: 2 or more
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