Mediterranean Chicken Pasta

mediterranean chicken pasta

I love to turn to other bloggers for inspiration and when I was looking for a quick and healthy family meal, Helen from The Crazy Kitchen came up trumps when she presented me with the recipe for her Sausage Pesto Pasta.

It’s quick, tasty and full of good stuff. My two like it so much that I’ve had to make it quite a lot over the past couple of months, but every time I have taken ingredients away and replaced them with new ones – not because I didn’t like the original, but because I like change or ehm hadn’t been shopping for everything on the ingredients list.

Last night, I told Helen that we had had ‘her pasta’ again (that’s what we call it here ‘Helen’s pasta’) and she laughed telling me that I had a) probably made it more times than herself and b) it was a completely different recipe now, so I thought I might as well share it with you all. There can’t ever be too many quick and easy recipes for family meals out there, right?

Mediterranean Chicken Pasta – serves 4-5

375g dried pasta – I used green and white tagliatelle
1 pack of diced chicken
1 medium onion, diced
1 red pepper, diced
200g baby plum tomatoes, halved
2.5 tbsp red pesto

1. Fry chicken breast and onion until golden, then add red pepper for two minutes.
2. Boil pasta per instructions, drain and mix with pesto in a big bowl.
3. Add chicken, onions and red pepper and garnish with tomatoes.


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  1. says

    haha, I love that you call it Helen’s Pasta! thanks for the mention & glad that you all like it so much – your chicken version looks great!

  2. Honest Mum says

    Wow this looks divine and I think I’m going to make it for lunch or dinner tonight! Thanks for linking up to #tastytuesdays


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