Flavor Explosion The Ultimate Recipe for This Spicy chicken pasta

  • This fiery chicken pasta has delicate sautéed chicken and a pureed tomatoes with a kick! It’s prepared in around 30 minutes for a simple weeknight choice or even a night out on the town feast.




Flavor Explosion The Ultimate Recipe for This Spicy chicken pasta

Why you’ll love it

  • This fiery chicken pasta could really be one of my #1 fast pasta recipes to put forth with almost no attempt. The zesty pureed tomatoes is one I continue to return to. A little intensity matched with chicken and pasta makes up a fantasy group! Furthermore, there’s a lot of sauce here.
  • One of those recipes wins on all fronts since it’s genuinely sound, bother allowed to make, and it’s rich enough for organization or a unique event! I love to heap it high with parmesan. You can likewise alter the flavor level as you would prefer.

What you’ll require

  • Pasta – I picked penne since it’s a magnificent assortment for truly sassy sauces, yet any shape will do
    Chicken – we’re utilizing chicken bosoms that you sear until brilliant Garlic powder, onion powder, smoked paprika, cayenne pepper – our custom made flavor rub for the chicken
  • Olive oil – for searing
  • Garlic – use however much your heart tells you to! I utilized two cloves.
  • White wine – utilize a dry white wine like sauvignon blanc, pinot grigio, or even chardonnay. Red wine would work as well on the off chance that you favor that! You can sub chicken stock assuming you really want to.
  • Tomatoes – I find squashed tomatoes have an extraordinary surface for this sauce
  • Squashed red pepper chips – they carry the intensity to the sauce
  • Sugar – it’s discretionary, yet it’s a notable cooking stunt to adjust the corrosiveness of the tomatoes
  • New spinach and basil – this couple brings an additional pop of newness and supplements the tomatoes

Step by step instructions to make Spicy chicken pasta

This is an outline, and full fixings and directions are in the recipe card beneath.

  • Cut the chicken bosoms in half the long way to make 4 more slender cutlets. Add the flavors into a little bowl and combine as one. Rub the flavors onto the chicken so it’s uniformly covered.

  • In a skillet, cook the chicken until it gets a decent burn. Move to a plate, and afterward in a similar skillet, add the garlic and white wine (or chicken stock). Allow it to bubble, then include the squashed tomatoes and red pepper pieces.

  • Stew the sauce for a couple of moments, and cut up the chicken while it’s cooking. Mix in the spinach and basil and afterward add the cooked pasta and throw together. Top with the cooked chicken, and add newly ground parmesan!

Replacements and varieties

Tools for this recipe

  • As usual, I suggest utilizing a moment read meat thermometer to guarantee chicken is appropriately cooked to 165F.

  • Effectively cut the chicken with a sharp gourmet expert’s blade.

  • I depend on this can opener for the tomatoes.

What to present withSpicy chicken pasta

  • I love matching it with a side serving of mixed greens with a smooth dressing to adjust the hotness. Attempt this Simple Caesar Dressing, this natively constructed Farm Dressing, or my Smooth Balsamic Dressing!
    It’s likewise incredible with a cut of dried up bread or Extra Messy Garlic Bread.

Extras and capacity

  • This pasta will save in the ice chest for 3-4 days in a covered holder.
  • Warm over a low intensity in a pan, or microwave in short augmentations until warmed through.
  • I don’t suggest freezing pasta after it’s been cooked. The surface can get somewhat delicate.


  • 8 ounces uncooked pasta
  • 2 chicken bosoms cut down the middle longwise
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon smoked paprika
  • 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper or more, to taste
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 cloves garlic minced
  • 1/2 cup dry white wine or chicken stock
  • 1 (14 liquid ounce) can squashed tomatoes
  • 1/2 teaspoon squashed red pepper chips or more, to taste
  • 1 spot of sugar discretionary, to taste
  • 2 cups (stuffed) new child spinach
  • 1/4 cup new basil torn/hacked
  • For serving: newly ground parmesan cheddar discretionar




  • Heat up a salted pot of water and cook the pasta still somewhat firm as indicated by bundle bearings.
    This pasta isn’t really zesty, so on the off chance that you are a major flavor fan, I suggest adding a smidgen more cayenne pepper and red pepper pieces than recommended.
  • Slice the chicken bosoms down the middle the long way so you have 4 more slender pieces. Add the garlic powder, onion powder, smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, and some salt and pepper to a little bowl and mix together. Rub the flavor combination onto the two sides of each piece of chicken.
  • Add the olive oil to a skillet and let it heat up for a couple of moments over medium-high intensity. Cook the chicken for 5-6 minutes/side or until it’s brilliant and cooked through (165F). Move it to a plate.
  • Lessen the intensity to medium. To a similar skillet, add the garlic and wine. Allow it to rise for 30 seconds or somewhere in the vicinity, and scrape up any earthy colored bits from the lower part of the dish.
  • Include the squashed tomatoes and red pepper chips. Allow the sauce to cook for 5 minutes or something like that, blending it infrequently.
  • In the mean time, cut the chicken into strips.
  • Give the sauce a taste and season with salt and pepper depending on the situation. On the off chance that preferences a piece acidic, add a squeeze or two of sugar.
  • Mix the spinach and basil into the sauce, and afterward add the depleted pasta and throw (you can likewise add a couple of tablespoons of the hot pasta water preceding depleting it… particularly on the off chance that the sauce turns into a piece thick).
  • Present with the cooked chicken on top (or mix it in) and serve quickly with some newly ground parmesan cheddar assuming you like.


  • You can leave the spinach and basil out if you need to.




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