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Cheesy pasta

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Prep: 10 minutes Cook: 30 minutes


Serves 2

Cheesy pasta with tomato and chicken, perfect meal

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  • 1oz flour
  • 1oz butter
  • 1 pint milk
  • 80g cheese

Hand full pasta shapes

  • Chopped tomatoes
  • Chicken bites


  1. Melt flour in a sauce pan, once melted add flour and stir repeatedly for about 1-2 minutes to create a roux

  2. Take off the heat and slowly add milk then re add to the heat

  3. Once added to the heat stir repeatedly until brought to the boil then leave to simmer for around 8-10 minutes

  4. Whilst the sauce is simmering add a handful or two of pasta into a pan and add water, bring to the boil then leave to simmer until cooked which may take around 10 minutes

  5. Whilst the pasta is cooking Fry the chicken until partly cooked then add chopped tomatoes and leave on a low heat to cook through

  6. One the sauce has simmered for around 8-10 minutes add a pinch of salt and pepper and then stir in the grated cheese until it creates a smooth sauce

  7. Once pasta has cooked, drain and add to the cheese sauce

  8. Then add both your chicken and tomatos into the sauce and then your meal is complete

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