Introduction: Italian Chicken and Noodles
This is a dish my husband invented a few months ago that I absolutely adore!! So, I decided to share with the rest of the world it's deliciousness!
It's very fast and easy to make, and it goes a long way. So, all you need is 3 ingredients and some cheese if you want, and you have a quick, simple, and delicious meal!
Step 1: Ingredients
For this meal, you'll need:
1 bottle Creamy Italian Dressing (or regular Italian if that's what you prefer)
2-3 chicken boneless chicken breasts (or equivalent of)
Romano and/or Parmesan Cheese
Step 2: Noodles
Cook the noodles to your preference or follow the cooking instructions for the noodles. Drain, and place back into pot or into a bowl.
Step 3: Chop and Cook the Chicken
While the noodles are cooking, before, or after, chop the chicken into small pieces. Brown in a large skillet until thoroughly cooked through.
Step 4: Add the Dressing
Once the chicken is done cooking, add the bottle of dressing into the skillet with the chicken and let simmer over low heat until the dressing is hot.
Step 5: Combine the Noodles and Chicken/Dressing Combination
When the dressing is hot, add the chicken/dressing mixture to the noodles and mix well, being sure to coat the noodles entirely.
Step 6: Optional! Add Cheese!
This is when I usually add some Romano or Parmesan Cheese to the mixture, though I also like to add more once it's on my plate. :)
Time to serve and eat! This is another point where you can add the cheese if you want it. Enjoy!
8 years ago
Could do with 1/2 a bottle of dressing
11 years ago on Introduction
I'm sorry but there's nothing Italian inside this dish. You will never find chicken in an Italian pasta recipe, as you will never find someone in Italy putting salad dressing on some pasta. Actually you will never find Italian dressing at all, because of the fact Italians always dress salads only with olive oil, salt and vinegar. I don't want to hate or being offensive, but I'm from Italy and I like to honestly say how Italian cooking should be.
Reply 11 years ago on Introduction
Well, I'm sorry if this offended you or anything, but the dressing I use is called Italian dressing and that is why it's named this. My husband created it and called it this, so I just shared it. Very interesting to know though.