So last night I went through the Pioneer Woman’s cookbook and made another tasty dish. This time we had Chicken Spaghetti. I actually made this as my first recipe when I got her cookbook so I wouldn’t have had to make it again for my 101 in 1001 but I figured I would anyway. It’s good and we needed dinner… plus I made it in the time frame of my 101 🙂 I would highly recommend that if you haven’t tried this you run right out to the store, buy the ingredients, and indulge yourself!
Start with chicken. She says a whole fryer chicken, I just use Chicken breasts cut up into bite sized pieces.
Drop them into some EVOO (Extra Virgin Olive Oil for those of you who don’t know who Rachael Ray is) and cook your chicken.
season it up with some S&P (Salt and pepper)
Then start your water to boiling. Once it is at a boil, put some salt in (only time to salt your pasta) and then throw your spaghetti in to cook. Cook al dente (or just shy of being done b/c it’ll cook in the oven as well).
She didn’t say to saute up your pepper/onions but I thought it might take some of the crunchy bite away and make them oh so flavorful.
Then put your pasta, your Cream of Mushroom Soup and your cheese in a bowl.
To that add the peppers, onions and pimento.
Then add your seasonings
finally add the chicken
And go to town mixing. (see I own things other than green and yellow, my spatula is orange 😉 haha)
Then plop it into a dish, top with the remaining cheese and bake it.
I’m getting closer to making it through her book but still have quite a ways to go. It’s all good.
And I swear, I have other things I’ve done for my 101 in 1001 but I have so much I want to blog about that there are times I’d swear I have to write 12 posts a day (ok that’s a bit of an exaggeration) to be able to get them all blogged about before Christmas. hahaha! Happy Tuesday and seriously, this is delish!
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I always love a new twist on spaghetti. Yum!
Yum! That looks delicious!
That looks DEEELISH!!! I want a plate full right NOWWW!!!
This may seem totally random, but when is Aloha due to foal? I can't wait for baby pics!
Aloha wound up having a miscarriage which lead to a false pregnancy. They think she lost her foal but her body kept on as if she was in foal. We had her preg checked in May or the first of June and she wasn't in foal. My dad has since put her back with his stud so hopefully maybe this next year we'll be better off! Dad had her, another mare and my husbands mare on his stud this summer so hopefully out of the 3 we might wind up with one foal on the ground.
Wow that looks super yummy! Might steal that recipe for tea tonight!
What were the seasonings that you used?
The seasonings were a tsp of season salt (such as Lowry's), pepper and 1/8-1/4 tsp of Cayenne pepper.
haha, I made that a few months ago myself except I pulled a total asshat move– I thought that the directions said to use RAW spaghetti. Let me just tell you that it was a crunchy dish. HAHA.
Thanks, I was wondering and looking through your blog to see if she'd foaled.
will have to try this recipe…I am getting sick of the traditional spaghetti with tomato sauce and I think my fam will enjoy this!
This sounds yummy! Not sure how I missed the recipe in her book… gotta go back and look again.
Thanks for sharing!
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