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Spicy Chicken and Spinach Pasta

This is a great weeknight dinner, it's very easy to get together and quick to make. The hot salami can be substituted with mild, or you could even use bacon or prosciutto.

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  • Slice salami in half and cut into thin strips.
  • Cook pasta according to packet directions.
  • Add olive oil to frying pan and heat over medium-high heat.
  • Add chicken and cook over a medium heat until cooked through.
  • Add Salami and olives and stir to combine.
  • Pour in tomato and basil sauce and heat through.
  • Add baby spinach leaves in batches and cook until wilted.
  • Serve over pasta and top with Parmesan cheese if desired.
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"This is a great weeknight dinner, it's very easy to get together and quick to make. The hot salami can be substituted with mild, or you could even use bacon or prosciutto."
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  1. Ruby 2
    WOW! This was great. I made a few changes. I used garlic basil olive oil, instead of plain, 350g. of chicken, 50g of turkey pepperoni, no olives, 100g. of baby spinach, 3 cups of Barilla sweet pepper chunky tom. sauce and 200g. of Rotini. Also, I cooked the chicken in the microwave rather than on top of the stove. Btw, the turkey pepperoni is nice & spicy. My husb. rate this a 10 star recipe. Thank you..thank you...Sarah~
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  2. JustJanS
    This came together really fast and was very tasty. Whilst I would make it again without changing a thing, it wasn't quite a 5 star recipe for us. I guess I have made many similar recipes and it had no suprises. I did buy salami labled "extremely hot" and that was a suprise ;-) I used a basic tomato sauce and added 1 teaspoon of dried basil to it.
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  3. Gingernut
    Quick and easy, tasty meal. Will definitely make this again. I used about 300 g chicken breast fillet, and 200 g wholemeal spiral pasta. I think the full amount of chicken would've been better, but I do prefer a higher sauce to pasta ratio so was glad I used a bit less pasta. Thanks for another great weeknight standby, Sarah!
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  4. Sarah
    This is a great weeknight dinner, it's very easy to get together and quick to make. The hot salami can be substituted with mild, or you could even use bacon or prosciutto.
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