Chili Chicken Linguine ~ Simple $8 meal

So, I’m not the normal recipe creating type of person.  I’m one of those people that don’t really go by measurements and would rather wing it.  So, I’ve came to a conclusion.  From now on, if I’m going to put up a recipe here on Bit O’ Everything, you’re gonna get something that is really simple and doesn’t require trying to guesstimate the measurements.  I’m not good at it.  I’ve been cooking since the age of eight with three of the all time best cooks that I’ve ever known (with the exception of Alton Brown and Alex Guarnaschelli from the FoodNetwork).

My other favorite is Guy Fiere

As you can also tell, I’m a huge FoodNetwork junkie!

This is what we are going to create.  It’s Chili Chicken Linguine.  The ingredients are easy and are already measured for you.

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All you need to fix this is the following:

1 small can of Campbell’s Cream of Chicken (not pictured)

1 can of Campbell’s Chicken Broth

2 packs of McCormick chicken chili seasoning

2 lbs of boneless chicken breast

1 box of Linguine pasta noodles.

With those, the ingredients are already measured.  Now the steps for cooking this is simple.

Step 1: Cube the chicken in 1/4 inch squares.

Step 2: Put a 3 -4 gallon pot of water on to boil to put the Linguine noodles on.  Turn on medium high.

Step 3: Place the cubed chicken into a 13 inch or larger rounded skillet at medium temp.  Cook this until the pink color is completely gone.

Step 4: Open up the box of noodles, the can of Campbell’s and the Chicken Chili seasoning.

Step 5: Once the chicken is completely cooked, drain out the remaining liquid.  Place the chicken back into the skillet on the eye.  Grab the Chicken Chili seasoning and pour over the chicken (be sure to add 1 packet of water per pack of seasoning).

Step 6: By this time you should have the pasta already ready to drain and combine with the Cream of Chicken.  Do this carefully so that you can stir it with a pasta spoon.

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After cooking the chicken with the McCormick seasoning long enough for the water to evaporate, turn off the chicken and place into the pot with the Linguine noodles.  Stir this together combining the chicken and the pasta.

After combining the two together, cover and let it simmer for about 10-15 minutes.


Alright, that wasn’t so difficult now was it?  Nope.  I don’t use measuring cups or spoons IF I can get by with it.  I really don’t remember the last time that I have used them.  My children do.

I’m sorry to say that this is not a sponsored post, nor is there a giveaway.  This is ALL me.


Note: If spicy foods do not agree with you in anyway, you may want to think twice before eating this.  It’s not good for reflux! 

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