Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Chicken Asparagus Pasta

This was a very easy dinner to make after a long day of work - just remember to set the chicken out to thaw - I didn't have it completely thawed and cutting it into cubes was a beeotch because of how cold it was! Ah!

Also, did you know that asparagus gets old and moldy faster than any other veggie known to man? My goodness, it's taken WEEKS to get this dinner done because I keep having to toss out the asparagus because it is moldy two days later (no exaggeration!).

Here's what you need:
Pasta - any pasta works
Fettuccine Sauce
Parmesan (optional)

How to do it:

Cut your chicken into cubes and cook on the stove top. Sprinkle with seasoned salt as you're cooking. While the chicken cooks, cut Asparagus into small pieces and boil for at least five minutes. Once you're asparagus is cooked, drain and rinse, set aside. Begin cooking your noodles.

Once chicken is cooked, drain any fat or grease from the pan. Add your fettuccine sauce (I only used a half a bottle), your asparagus and mix well. Once noodles are done drain and add some butter to prevent it from sticking to the pan. Stir well, then serve!

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