Feb 16, 2010

Chicken Bow Tie Salad

Easy, Quick & Good!
3 Boneless Chicken Breast
1 Can of Small green peas
1 Box of Bow-tie Pasta
Mayo
EVVO
Salt & Pepper
Lemon Pepper
Italian Seasoning
Papirika

Dice your chicken up into pieces (cuts much better when partially frozen) Add salt, pepper, lemon pepper and a tad of Italian seasoning to chicken. Sprinkle just enough Extra Virgin Olive Oil onto chicken to coat well. Saute in your frying pan till done. In the mean time make your pasta according to the directions on the box. (*Remember, to keep your pasta from sticking add just a few drops of olive oil and a pinch of salt*) Drain your green peas. 
Mix your chicken, pasta and peas together and add mayo to taste. *I use Hellmann's* Yes it is pricey but it is the best mayo out there! Pour in your bowl and top with a little Paprika. The good thing about this dish is it good served warm or cold.
The little plastic cutting board was a freebie from Pampered Chef! I love it! It is so good for small jobs. 


 
Love my Electric Skillet!



I must say that I am not a fan of little green peas! But for some crazy reason I like them in a salad! Yep, I am weird like that!

Ain't that Bow-Tie Pasta just the cutest! Yep, you do see some germX on the counter! If you could see the other side of the sink you would see some antibacterial hand soap as well! I never handle meat of any kind, especially chicken without a washup! And NO I am not weird about that sort of stuff just SMART! 

 

3 comments:

  1. I love your simple dishes! Thanks for sharing. Trinity

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  2. Leave out the peas and I'd be good to go! Love the bow tie pasta. Audrey

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  3. Just wanted you to know I tried the recipe for our Sat. afternoon dinner. My family loved it! We all love chicken and adore the little green peas. So simple. Thanks so much for the recipe. Trinity

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