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Chicken Penne Armadillo Grill

Chicken Penne Armadillo Grill created by wicked cook 46

Chicken, Penne,Pesto & Sundried tomatoes... oh yes. This gem comes from my Best of Arizona Cookbook contributed by the 5 star Armadillo Grill. The cayenne pepper brings a little zing, if you want more hot... add more.

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  • Preheat broiler and place chicken breasts and red pepper strips to baking sheet, sprinkle with cayene; broil until golden brown (about 20 minutes); set aside, and slice chicken in diagonal pieces.
  • Begin cooking pasta until al dente.
  • In a saucepan, heat oil and saute' onion and garlic.
  • Deglaze pan with white wine and reduce liquid, adding tomatoes & cook 3-4 minutes.
  • Then add pesto, cream and seasonings, stir until fully incorporated.
  • Add drained pasta to sauce and toss, then divide mixture among 4 warm plates and top each with chicken slices and red peppers.
  • Garnish with Parmesan and fresh basil leaves.
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"Chicken, Penne,Pesto & Sundried tomatoes... oh yes. This gem comes from my Best of Arizona Cookbook contributed by the 5 star Armadillo Grill. The cayenne pepper brings a little zing, if you want more hot... add more."
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  1. wicked cook 46
    Chicken Penne Armadillo Grill Created by wicked cook 46
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  2. wicked cook 46
    I am rating this on flavour. It was very good and had alot of different flavours going on. But I found the directions a bit confusing. The diretions state add seasonings and none is listed I assume it meant salt and pepper. Plus is the parm and basil to be added to the sauce or only as garnish. I added some of the parm to the sauce and some on top. I followed this recipe for amounts exactly but we found there was alot of sauce for the amount of pasta ( I let the wine reduce for well over 10 minutes) plus we found it very thin ( I used light cream 5% fat which might explain that a bit) We had to use bowls and not plates. I did cook my chicken and red peppers a bit different . I grilled them on the barbque and roasted the red pepper whole. I also diced the sundried tomatoes. All in all a very tasty meal but one I will adjust next time. Made for Everyday is a Holiday Tag
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  3. Kittencalrecipezazz
    well with a few amount adjustments this turned out very well, I love adding in sun-dried tomatoes to recipes, I use chili flakes in place of the cayenne pepper, I found the sauce to be a little thin next time I may use whipping cream, thanks for sharing Bakin B!
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  4. Kittencalrecipezazz
    well with a few amount adjustments this turned out very well, I love adding in sun-dried tomatoes to recipes, I use chili flakes in place of the cayenne pepper, I found the sauce to be a little thin next time I may use whipping cream, thanks for sharing Bakin B!
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  5. Karen Elizabeth
    Chicken Penne Armadillo Grill Created by Karen Elizabeth
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