Quick and Easy Parmesan Pasta and Chicken

Yummm!

Alright, here’s what you’ll need:

  • 3 or 4 chicken breasts
  • A box of Penne (or another kind if you prefer) pasta
  • 1 bag of raw spinach
  • Grated and shredded Parmesan
  • Milk (2% or whole milk is best, but anything works)

Step 1: Cook your chicken

Put a few tablespoons of oil in a pan with your chicken breasts on a low/medium heat. Cover with a lid. Cook either side until there is no pink left in the middle of your chicken. I like to season mine with oregano or a little bit of garlic salt during this process — it just depends on what flavor you’re going for. NOTE: It’s very important that you don’t over-cook your chicken in this step because it will be put back in the pan with the pasta later — right now you just want to get rid of the pink.

Step 2: Cut up the chicken while pasta is cooking

Follow the cooking instructions on the back of your pasta box — usually pasta takes about 8 minutes. While your pasta is cooking (carefully) remove the chicken from the pan and onto a cutting board. You’ll want to slice it up into nice bite-sized pieces — but not too small!

Step 3: Introduce the pasta and chicken to one another

So, by now you should have nice bite-size pieces of chicken and some perfectly cooked pasta. Yay! You’re one step closer to a delicious meal! Now, once you drain the pasta, put it back in the pan with your chicken and mix them together.

Step 4: Milk, Spinach, Cheese

With your stove on a low heat, pour about 1/3 cup of milk in with your pasta and chicken, mix it in. Then throw in about a cup of spinach, and as much cheese as you like! Now you’ll mix all of that together, cover with a lid, and let it sit until the spinach has cooked really well.

Step 5: Almost done!

Uncover your masterpiece and add another splash of milk for good measure. Stir everything in thoroughly, and top with some more grated Parmesan.

Bon appetit!

Thank you for stopping by, friend! I hope you enjoy! I appreciate you more than you know. Leave me a comment, share, follow, et cetera. It would mean the world to me. I’m always open to questions and suggestions. Have a great day!

Much Love,
Cass

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