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One Skillet Easy Creamy Italian Chicken Pasta

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One Skillet Easy Creamy Italian Chicken Pasta

One Skillet Easy Creamy Italian Chicken Pasta comes together in no time at all! It’s healthy. It’s super tasty. And, it’s total comfort food!

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I love real pasta, too. Fortunately, for me and my family, we don’t have to swap substitutes. We thoroughly enjoy old-fashioned pasta! 

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Rustic Pasta Primavera epitomizes the Tuscan area. Our last visit in October 2021 was punctuated by staying in a large villa in the country (with two other couples). And, the kitchen was large and perfect for cooking. Together the six of us cooked then set the table on the veranda each evening for a family meal like this One Skillet Chicken Pasta. 

One Skillet Easy Creamy Italian Chicken Pasta

 

One Skillet Easy Creamy Italian Chicken Pasta

One Skillet Easy Creamy Italian Chicken Pasta

Yield: Feeds about 4-5

Ingredients

  • 2 boxes (16.9 oz./each) Kettle & Fire Classic Chicken Bone Broth
  • 3 Tbl. Flour, all purpose, can substitute arrowroot or corn starch to thicken
  • 2 Tbl. Nutritional yeast
  • 1 Tbl. Italian seasoning mixture
  • 2 tsp. garlic granules
  • 1 tsp. sea salt
  • 1 tsp. onion powder
  • 1 to 1 ¼ lbs. chicken breast, cut into smaller bite pieces, boneless skinless, can substitute chicken thighs
  • 2 cups pasta, small like penne pasta, cavatappi, small rigatoni, mini penne
  • ½ cup parmesan Reggiano, grated
  • 1/3 cup flat parsley, rough chop
  • 4 oz. box fresh baby spinach

Instructions

    In a large braising pan over medium high heat, put the bone broth. Bring to a simmering boil.

    In a small bowl, whisk together the flour, nutritional yeast, Italian seasoning, garlic, salt, onion powder. Pour into the simmer boiling broth and whisk well. Reduce heat to medium.

    Add the cut-up chicken. Cover and cook about 15 to 18 minutes.

    Add the pasta. Blend well. Reduce heat to medium low. Cook about 18 to 20 minutes. With a wooden spoon, blend a couple of times.

    Add the parmesan and blend then add the parsley and spinach and blend.

    Turn heat to low. Let the mixture steam and cook about 10 minutes until the pasta is al dente. Ready to serve!

Notes

Baby peas are great in this pasta. Add when you are adding the spinach.

Arrowroot can be substitute for the all-purpose flour as a thickener.

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One Skillet Easy Creamy Italian Chicken Pasta

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4 Comments

  1. Hey Ally,

    I’m not sure if your Aware or not but towards the end of this video at 3:29 there is no audio at all for the rest of the video… I’m just letting you know in case you didn’t know, and if you did post the video that way, well then there’s nothing to do! Have. Great day!!’

    1. Pritie! Thank you. I checked and see what you’re talking about. It’s at about 3:30. Yes, it’s intended to be this way b/c the only thing I’m really doing is blending all those ingredients. As a ‘self’ editor of my videos, I have much to learn regarding voiceover and other editing skills. Do you think the gist of the way the recipe is put together was conveyed? I sure appreciate your feedback! xoxx ~ally

  2. Meg Schneider says:

    Hi Ally!
    Happy New Year! I loved watching You and Ben and Bobby and Dessi and little Rose honey cooking all together over the holidays! You have a beautiful home and such a great kitchen to cook in😍
    I’m going to make this creamy chicken pasta but the recipe seems quite different then how you made it on you IG story.
    You cooked the breast in water or bone broth? And I don’t remember any flour in it!?
    I’m going to try to make it from memory of you IG story! I sure hope in comes out ok
    Thanks for all you recipes and fun!!
    Meg

    1. Hey, Meg! Welcome, luv! And, thank you! Yes, having our ‘chosen’ family Bobby/Dessi/Rose here for the holidays was extraspecial! Yes, there were a few changes when I did the IG Story b/c I didn’t have all the particular ingredients. I had only 1 box of K & F chicken stock. I didn’t have boneless skinless chicken. I did have a large bone-in skin on chicken breast, soooooooooooooo I used water to cook it and achieved two things. More chicken stock and the chicken that I needed for the dish. I just deboned it and shredded/chopped up for the dish. And, YES, there was flour in that small bowl spice mixture that I demo’d putting into the stock. That helps add the creamy thickness for the final dish. Hope all this makes sense. Please let me know! And, don’t be a stranger!! xoxx ~ally

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