Recipe of Homemade Spiced Cajun Chicken Pasta

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Spiced Cajun Chicken Pasta When the vegetables are softened or blackened to your liking, add the chicken to the pan. Cajun chicken pasta Mix things up on pasta night with a spicy Cajun kick! *Spice blends are free so long as they're made from herbs and spices only and don't include any Synned ingredients like sugar, flour or oil. Check the label to be sure and count the Syns as necessary.

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To begin with this recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can cook spiced cajun chicken pasta using 16 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Spiced Cajun Chicken Pasta:

  1. Prepare of rotisserie chicken.
  2. You need of peppers chopped, yellow, red orange.
  3. Take of fettuccini noodles, I use flavored noodles like basil.
  4. Get of parm cheese.
  5. Make ready of white wine.
  6. It’s of large lemon / squeeze juice.
  7. You need of butter.
  8. Take of /2 tbsp flour.
  9. It’s of small pints of whipping cream or whole milk.
  10. You need of Cajun seasoning.
  11. Take of red pepper seasoning.
  12. It’s of barbere or Indian seasoning.
  13. Take of nutmeg.
  14. It’s of Salt and pepper generous.
  15. Take of milk if needed to thin sauce.
  16. Take of grape tomatoes.

Spicy chicken pasta Creamy mushroom and chicken pasta Cheddar chicken pasta with broccoli Thyme, onion and chicken pasta. Made this with what was available to me – cooked chicken, and no Cajun spice so improvised with a liberal sprinkling of paprika, black pepper, cayenne pepper, oregano and thyme into the mix. Flavours were good, giving the dish a gentle kick! I also added some of my home.

Instructions to make Spiced Cajun Chicken Pasta:

  1. Heat up your iron skillet, add 3 tbsp of butter on med heat..
  2. Boil water for noodles w salt / do not add noodles yet. Get it boiling.
  3. Chop all veggies, leave grape tomatoes whole, juice lemon set aside,.
  4. Once butter is melting add 1 pint of cream, stir, it will bubble add all your seasoning, stir, add lemon juice, stir. Add white wine, salt and pepper, flour. Stir, add additional pint of cream stir. This should bubble but not burn keep stirring, add milk if needed to thin sauce, you want it like Alfredo sauce. Add more seasoning to taste for spicy flavor. Add parm cheese. Turn down to med low heat/ add veggies, and chicken. Stir let this simmer for 5-8 minutes.
  5. Add pasta noodles, boil for 5-8 minutes, strain add a little pasta water, w noodles and oil oil. Set aside.
  6. Take your pasta sauce off stove! You are ready to serve sauce over hot noodles!! Add parm cheese to taste!!.

In a heavy bottom skillet or sauce pan, heat the olive oil. Cook the chicken until the edges are golden and the chicken is cooked through. Remove to a plate while you make everything else. Coat chicken pieces in Cajun seasoning, then add the chicken to the pan and fry until sealed. Add garlic and chorizo and fry for a further two minutes, then add in sliced bell peppers.

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