Alouette Pancetta and Chicken Penne Recipe

Alouette Pancetta and Chicken Penne Recipe

Ready in 30 minutes

This is a great dish for the weeknight! Quick, easy and simply delicious!

Top-ranked recipe named "Alouette Pancetta and Chicken Penne Recipe"

3.2 avg, 4 review(s) 75% would make again

Ingredients

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6 oz. pancetta or bacon; diced
12 oz. penne pasta; (dry weight)
1 cups roasted red bell peppers; (from jar)
1 6.5-oz package Alouette Garlic and Herbs; or Alouette Spinach Artichoke or Alouette Sundried Tomato & Basi
1 lb. roasted chicken; shredded
3/4 cup walnuts; toasted and coarsely chopped

Original recipe makes 5

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Preparation

In a large skillet, cook pancetta over medium heat until crisp, drain on paper towels and set aside. Pour grease out of skillet, but do not clean.

Cook pasta according to directions to achieve an al dente texture and drain.

Puree the peppers in a food processor and transfer to the skillet along with the Alouette Spreadable Cheese and chicken.

Warm over medium low heat, stirring often, until thoroughly blended and heated.

Add cooked pasta to the skillet with chicken and sauce. Toss to coat pasta and stir in pancetta.

Serve topped with toasted walnuts.

Note: To toast walnuts, spread on a baking sheet and bake at 350° F for 9-11 minutes or until aromatic and lightly browned.

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Easy and good. Family enjoyed. Used bacon.
Emilyno 1 year ago
The sauce needs to be creamier, maybe add 1/4 to 1/2 cup milk. Also use less chicken, cut it from 1 lb. down to 1/2 pound. I would make it again, but only to try and improve it.
shannaderringer 1 year ago
This looks nice but I need a bit more method than is posted here!
Tegsyb 1 year ago
[I posted this recipe.]
Alouette 4 years ago
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