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Southwest Chipotle Chicken Pasta

This is so easy to make and tastes like something you would get at Macaroni Grill, only better. I love one pot meals, and this only requires the second pot if you want to cook the pasta at the same time. You can cook the pasta in the same pan, then simply set it aside in a covered bowl to keep warm while you cook the chicken and veggies. You can use any type of southwestern sauce, but the home made Chipotle Spread and Dip sauce is wonderful.

Ingredients

 8 ounces spiral pasta (or other pasta of your choice)
 2 Tablespoons olive oil
 1 small green pepper, julienned
 1/4 cup onion, julienned
 1/4 cup sun dried tomatoes, julienned
 1 clove garlic, minced (or 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder)
 1/2 pound chicken tenders (cubed)
 1/2 cup Chipotle Spread and Dip (see Chipotle Spread and Dip in Snack section)
 1/4 - 1/2 cup milk

Directions

Begin cooking pasta in boiling water. Preheat skillet, add olive oil, green pepper and sauté for a few minutes before adding the onion. Sauté another few minutes until the onion just starts to turn translucent then add the sun dried tomatoes and garlic. Cook another minute just to make the garlic fragrant. Remove veggies from pan and set aside. Cook chicken tenders until done (juices run clear). Add the veggies back to the pan and add Chipotle Sauce. Toss to coat everything. Add some milk to thin sauce to desired consistency. Toss with pasta.

As always with my recipes the amounts are estimates, use whatever veggies you like in whatever proportion. You cannot go wrong.


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Pasta Chicken Milk Stovetop

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