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Warm your pan and sautee the cauliflower rice in olive oil. Add the chicken and cook. Turn chicken over and cook.

Add rice and broth. 1/2 cup plus 3 tablespoons olive oil. 1 medium fennel bulb, diced. 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breast, cut into cubes. Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper.

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Spray an 8-inch casserole dish with cooking spray. Step 2 Mix 1 1/2 cups water together with rice, seasoning packets, and 2 tablespoons pesto. Easy and delicious bowtie pasta with chicken, sun-dried tomatoes and pesto sauce.

Using homemade pesto will taste even better, but it adds to prep time. Season chicken with salt and pepper, to taste. Add to skillet and cook until golden, about 3-4 minutes. Stir in pesto and gently toss to combine.

Season chicken with garlic powder, Italian seasoning, salt and pepper. Grill chicken until cooked through, about 8 minutes per side. Cut chicken into thin slices. In a large bowl, combine pasta, chicken, pesto and cheese.

Mix well, until chicken and pasta are well coated with the pesto, adding a small amount of the pasta water if it seems dry. Fry the chicken in a pan with a small amount of oil or butter for 10mins Grease a shallow oven dish. Scatter the chopped onions, mushrooms and rice in the dish and nestle the chicken in the mix.

Mix the pesto in the boiling chicken stock and pour into the dish. This super simple pesto rice recipe is full of wonderful flavor. This is a fabulous recipe to serve alongside a roast chicken or meatloaf for an easy family dinner. This recipe only uses three ingredients, but it tastes like so much more than that.

Teena’s Spicy Pesto Chicken and Pasta “My husband and I LOVE this dish. I only use about 75% of the pasta it calls for and I add a little extra chile paste.” – Angela Miller. Pesto Chicken Florentine “Delicious and quick. I will use much more spinach the next time I make it—and mushrooms and onions sound like good additions.” – Janet.

Cook the pasta in a pot of boiling salted water, following the directions on the packet. Drain and reserve ¼ cup of the pasta water. Thinly slice the chicken breast, then heat the oil in a large frying pan, add the chicken and fry until cooked and brown on both sides.

You may have to cook the chicken in batches.

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  • This was my very first video, so bear with me on the mistakes! LOL! I’m quickly improving and pumping out more recipes! What kind of recipes related to supporting endurance training would you be interested in seeing me make?

  • I made this with basil i grow indoors added a bit of low fat fetta and parsley and bleded to create green paste added to rice and chicken and it was also delicious!!!

  • This was my very first video, so bear with me on the mistakes! LOL! I’m quickly improving and pumping out more recipes! What kind of recipes related to supporting endurance training would you be interested in seeing me make?

  • Nice recipe! I don’t have pesto like that at my store but I found another recipe for it and it’s super easy and fast to make. I also used angel hair spaghetti instead of the pasta and it turns out really yummy with it too. Thanks for the recipe ��

  • Looks Yummy and Delicious,,, Fantastic. I want to copy:-). I am your new follower and friend to make you:-) I hope we stay together:-)

  • If you just be yourself, and not try to be like the “Martha Stewart TV Show” I think you could be alot better. You seem realy sweet, but this was way too long, also, who cares if she used packaged pesto. Anyways. Just be yourself doll, stop trying to be a movie star. Quick Meals, less talking, quick steps, ingredients, prep time, utensils, pots needed. bam done!!!.. really bored me

  • I really hate everyone who complains about how she doesn’t make her own pesto or noodles. This is a quick to make recipe it’s not starting from scratch. I’ve personally worked 12 hour days and sometimes I don’t feel like spending the extra time to make a real sauce even if I have the ingredients. Sometimes I just want my food now it happens. All of you guys complaining clearly have more time than those who are limited. This video ain’t for you its a video being made for those who want to cook something quickly.

  • I thought I introduce something new to my channel. Although I love to entertain and cook for family and friends, I’m a single, empty nester who loves to cook for herself. I’ve been getting a lot of messages from other home cooks who are also single or couples. I’ll be sharing more recipes like these in the futures. Comment below and let me know what type of recipes or information you would like to see in videos like these. Happy cooking!

  • to those complaining about pre-bought pesto: this recipe is intended to be a very easy and quick dish to make when you cannot be bothered cooking at the end of the day! if you have a problem with using premade pesto, a convenience food, then go ahead and spend an extra 45 mins making fresh pasta as well instead of using dry pasta, which is also a convenience food.

  • Toasted pine nuts with grated cheddar and mozzarella pearls are a gr8 addition to this and can have cold. Usually make mine for lunches ahead of time xoxo

  • I love chicken and rice. My mom makes it for me every other weekend and I eat whatever leftovers we have for lunch at school. Except the way she makes it, she doesn’t put wine in it.

  • So many advantages for having these channels very good you get to learn what you’ve never seen in your life and green chicken ����new friend dear

  • Oh look, yet another common sense recipe. If you are going to do a cooking channel at least make it interesting. We know how to boil water. She’s just a good face.

  • What kind of flavor does wine add to this dish? I’ve never used wine in any of the dishes that I’ve cooked (beginner over here) but I’m seriously curious as to what happens to food when you add wine.

  • I thought I introduce something new to my channel. Although I love to entertain and cook for family and friends, I’m a single, empty nester who loves to cook for herself. I’ve been getting a lot of messages from other home cooks who are also single or couples. I’ll be sharing more recipes like these in the futures. Comment below and let me know what type of recipes or information you would like to see in videos like these. Happy cooking!

  • to those complaining about pre-bought pesto: this recipe is intended to be a very easy and quick dish to make when you cannot be bothered cooking at the end of the day! if you have a problem with using premade pesto, a convenience food, then go ahead and spend an extra 45 mins making fresh pasta as well instead of using dry pasta, which is also a convenience food.

  • I really hate everyone who complains about how she doesn’t make her own pesto or noodles. This is a quick to make recipe it’s not starting from scratch. I’ve personally worked 12 hour days and sometimes I don’t feel like spending the extra time to make a real sauce even if I have the ingredients. Sometimes I just want my food now it happens. All of you guys complaining clearly have more time than those who are limited. This video ain’t for you its a video being made for those who want to cook something quickly.

  • Oh look, yet another common sense recipe. If you are going to do a cooking channel at least make it interesting. We know how to boil water. She’s just a good face.

  • What I love about Natasha is that her video is nice and short but yummy food, I have neither the time nor the patient to watch 10-15 minutes cooking video, so thank you Natasha.

  • If you just be yourself, and not try to be like the “Martha Stewart TV Show” I think you could be alot better. You seem realy sweet, but this was way too long, also, who cares if she used packaged pesto. Anyways. Just be yourself doll, stop trying to be a movie star. Quick Meals, less talking, quick steps, ingredients, prep time, utensils, pots needed. bam done!!!.. really bored me

  • Nice recipe! I don’t have pesto like that at my store but I found another recipe for it and it’s super easy and fast to make. I also used angel hair spaghetti instead of the pasta and it turns out really yummy with it too. Thanks for the recipe ��

  • Toasted pine nuts with grated cheddar and mozzarella pearls are a gr8 addition to this and can have cold. Usually make mine for lunches ahead of time xoxo

  • You can also make pesto on your own by blending Basil leafs with garlic salt and lots of olive oil instead of spending lots of money on organic food

  • I just made this, and WOW! This is going to be in my bi-weekly—if not weekly—dinner cycle. It is so easy, cheap, and delicious, and my toddlers, who are super difficult to convince to eat meat LOVE it. I didn’t have white wine, so I replaced the cup of white wine with a little under a cup of water, 2tbsp white wine vinegar, and 1tbsp white sugar. I also decided to add 8 cloves of minced garlic in the middle of the wine reduction stage. Oh! And I used chicken breast instead of thighs. This is just such a perfect meal. Thank you! ��❤️

  • Tried today, turned out quite good. Thanks a lot! One thing though, it would be nice to have weight of onions and carrots because my 1 onion and 2 carrots turned out to be quite more in volume than in your video!

  • I made this last night with brown rice, added poultry seasoning, cayenne, and worcestershire sauce, and it turned out incredible! I used instant brown rice and it took about 30 minutes to get creamy.

  • is she the girl in one of adam sandlers film? I thinik it was blended or go with it. the young girl there? not sure but she reminds me oh her.

  • I have never cooked the rice with the other ingredients. I always cook it separately. I’m worried that it would be too soggy. And what would happen if I put too much of water in there. But I might try it. Wish me luck.

  • We absolutely LOVE this recipe. We make it at least once a month. It is great the night of and for leftovers. Thank you Natasha! This is the recipe that got me on to your site and I haven’t stopped searching on your site since.

  • Can I serve the chicken with the sautee onion and carrots with wine? I dont have time to cook rice. I want to do it as a side dish.

  • I tried it but it tasted kinda blant. I feel like there are not enough spices in this recipe and the dish wasn‘t creamy like the title says.

  • Thank you for your receipt. It is sooo delicious. I made it today and used my home made chickensoup.
    Send you my greetings from Germany.

  • You can also make pesto on your own by blending Basil leafs with garlic salt and lots of olive oil instead of spending lots of money on organic food

  • Yum can I use chicken breasts instead oh and instead of wine what can I use…lemon juice?..vinegar I cannot use 1 cup of lemon juice lol soo….vinegar and lemon juice

  • Omg I think I’m going to try everything u make yum awesome �� �� I’m Turkish but I cook a lot of different varieties Asian Italian mine and my hubby and kids favourite etc

  • is she the girl in one of adam sandlers film? I thinik it was blended or go with it. the young girl there? not sure but she reminds me oh her.

  • I made it and it was absolutely delicious. The only thing I did differently was I didn’t really cook down the white wine cause I really like the taste of it in chicken, and I left the garlic in. Also didn’t add the Parmesan to the whole thing just individual bowls as I ate it so the pot wouldn’t be sticky.

  • I made this with basil i grow indoors added a bit of low fat fetta and parsley and bleded to create green paste added to rice and chicken and it was also delicious!!!

  • If you dont already you should definitely look into making your own chicken stock. It makes a world of difference taste wise over store bought stuff.

  • Ура, на русском языке написаны ингредиенты!!! �� Приготовила по вашему рецепту, очень вкусно получилось. Спасибо огромное от меня и моего мужа!!! ��������

  • Yummy recipe! My husband was slightly appalled at not using the garlic after it was cooked. We ended up peeling & pureeing the cooked garlic and adding it into the rice for extra flavor. Very tasty!

  • I made this today! This was the first recipe I cooked in my new Dutch Oven and it turned out amazing! Only thing I changed was subbing Parmesan cheese for Pecorino Romano as a personal preference. Thank you for this great dish!

  • Great video but is it just me or even though she was just on that stove it looks like she’s in front of a green screen for the taste test

  • Does anyone else have this problem where videos posted on this format you can only see on your phone? I can’t seem to see it on my tablet. Does anybody know why?

  • So many advantages for having these channels very good you get to learn what you’ve never seen in your life and green chicken ����new friend dear