Wonderful Tasting Chicken Pasta

Just 'invented' a particularly wonderful tasting chicken pasta recipe that's extremely simple and quick to make! In fact it was so delicious tonight that I've decided to put it on here and list exactly what went into it 🙂


Some pasta from a 500g pack of Morrisons Organic Pasta (how much is up to you, usually approx 100g per person)

2 x sprays of Fry Light Extra Virgin Olive Oil

1 x 400g tin Heinz Classic Cream of Tomato soup

2 pinches of Schwartz Basil

5 taps of Saxa Ground Black Pepper

Half the breast from a Morrisons cooked chicken with stuffing

Tablespoon or two of Morrisons Organic Cream

How To Cook:

1) add pasta to a pan of cold water, spray in oil (helps stop pasta sticking together)

2) bring to boil and cook pasta for 10minutes

3) drain pasta. Add tin of tomato soup. Simmer the soup for 30 seconds, add the basil and pepper. Stir.

4) Simmer for 2 mins, then add the chicken breast (tear into sizable chunks) and stir in.

5) Simmer for another minute and add the cream. Simmer for a further 5 mins.

6) Serve! YUM!


Yeah I know it's pretty obvious, but am I not a genius for using a tin of soup instead of a jar of pasta sauce, eh?! also the reason this is on here is cos tonight this stuff tasted better than anything I can remember that's resulted from a pasta sauce jar!

Morrisons Fan

Yes, as you can see I'm somewhat a fan of Morrisons stuff. I should start with their pasta – I don't know why, but Morrisons Organic Pasta (it comes in shells and twirls) tastes better than ordinary pasta, I don't know why, but it just does! try it if you don't believe me.

Their cooked chicken is also very nice and their beef(esp their Prime Sirloin) lamb and pork is known to be the best of any supermarket (I know someone who works for a government food agency and they tell me this too). Sainsbury's SO Organic meat is also pretty good. I'm not a hugely taken by Morrisons eggs, they're alright, but I get organic free-range farm eggs from a newsagent which are actually cheaper and better. Also Co-op bacon and sausages top the bunch for me.

Anyways hope you enjoy the recipe if you try it out.

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