Chicken Chorizo Creamy Pasta
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Chicken Chorizo Creamy Pasta

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Serves 4

A very quick and tasty pasta dish ideal for an emergency meal of high standard in a flash.

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Ingredients

  • 320g Fuseli or Penne pasta
  • 1 Chicken breast cubed
  • 3 inches of chorizo sliced and then quartered
  • Clove of garlic finely chopped
  • 1tbsp Olive Oil
  • 1 - 2 tsp Red Pesto
  • 3 tomatoes- roughly chopped (or 10 cherry tomatoes halved)
  • 6 leaves of Fresh Basil roughly chopped
  • 2 tbsp Creme Fraise
  • Freshly grated salt and pepper
  • Parmesan cheese - grated onto serving as desired

Method

    1. Cook the pasta in boiling water as directed on the packet.
    2. Heat the oil gently in a skillet and cook the garlic for about a minute.
    3. Add and seal the chicken on all sides, add the chorizo and allow to cook through for several minutes.
    4. Add the tomatoes, pesto, salt and pepper and soften for 3 - 4 minutes with the lid on a low heat.
    5. Finally add the creme fraise and Basil, mix in well and simmer for a few minutes only before adding the cooked pasta. Mix in well and serve with parmesan cheese.

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