Picture of Quick and Simple Cream Cheese Pasta.
Chicken pasta with cream sauce.



Chicken (amount of your choice, I use whole breast package)

Fresh Cream (500ml)
Cheddar Cheese (500g)
White Wine (of your choice)
Peppers (of your choice, large red are fine)

Note: This can also be made using just fresh cream and cheddar cheese as minimum. Or with bacon. Wine, peppers and egg just make it taste better.

Step 1: Pasta

Picture of Pasta
Cook the pasta.
-place pasta in boiling water
-Add oil so it wont stick.
-Add salt to flavor.

I like adding some pepper powder, to give it flavor.

Cook pasta either according to packaging or how you like it.
looks really good! nice work. i like idea of adding cream with chicken to make the sauce; usually i make the sauce separately and then mix in chicken and pasta to sauce. Your large wooden pasta fork is sweet; need to get me one of em.
Scrago6 years ago
Not to be a pain, BUT Oil doesn't keep the noodles from sticking, it stops the formation of foam on the surface of the water. It's better, cheaper, and HEALTHIER to just use a larger pot to boil your noodles.
computer41 (author)  Scrago6 years ago
Not a pain lol, I've never had problems without oil, I just do it out of habit since my mom told me about that... "Don't forget to put oil, stops the noodles from sticking" haha Will use a larger pot in the future, thanks.
finfan77 years ago
this looks seriously delicious. I was confused at first but I got it after a moment. I think I will make this later this week.
computer41 (author)  finfan77 years ago
I'll add more steps soon and put my own pictures... make it better...
westfw7 years ago
Looks yummy, but needs more pictures and maybe more steps in between step 3 and step 4... (and, your own pic in step 4?)
computer41 (author)  westfw7 years ago
Yeah, I'll add more steps and put my own pictures... just was desparate to put something up since it's my first instructable..:P
Mr. Rig It7 years ago
Looks good, but may I suggest you add some finer details to it like how much wine and water do you soak it in. How long do you soak it for. How do I fry the chicken exactly like you have. Little details will help your Instructable immensely. Good job on a first instructable.
computer41 (author)  Mr. Rig It7 years ago
Thanks! It's a start, guess it could have been better but just wanted to have something of my own up :P Will post more details soon... I mostly work by estimating... heh