Moose's very own Chicken & Pasta with Olive Oil

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    Moose's very own Chicken & Pasta with Olive Oil


    Cube Chicken Breast - About 3-4 Cups
    Lightly Coat with Flour (note - don't bread them, just dust them)
    You have two Vegatable Choices - thawed frozen Pea's (1 small bag) or Steamed Fresh Broccoli (3-4 Cups cut up)
    Have a small jar of capers drained
    Pound of Cooked Pasta

    Add Olive Oil to Skillet (about an eigth of an inch deep) and raise heat. you will want to have enough oil so that it can coat the pasta later.

    Add the Chicken Breast and brown each side.

    Add Broccoli or Peas and Coat

    Place Lid on Skillet, lower heat and steam for a few minutes.

    Add Capers and salt and pepper to taste.

    Place cooked pasta in a bowl and add the chicken mixture and stir it up and serve!

    Note - angel hair pasta works well for this.

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    sounds ****in awesome bro haha. simple but effective. i'll def try this one out
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    Werd. I been doing this ish for years. I use whole wheat pasta however, and a few other differences..

    Good ****.
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    where u get Cube Chicken Breast?
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    Quote Originally Posted by imprezivr6 View Post
    Werd. I been doing this ish for years. I use whole wheat pasta however, and a few other differences..

    Good ****.

    yeppers - its really a basic italian dish!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nycste View Post
    where u get Cube Chicken Breast?
    get meaty boneless chicken breast and cut strips length wise the turn and make your cubes.

    one additional note - i typically will put minced garlic in with the olive oil when i am getting it to temperature for the chicken.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beebab View Post
    sounds ****in awesome bro haha. simple but effective. i'll def try this one out
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    What are capers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock View Post
    What are capers?

    you can find them where the olives and miniature pickled onions are. they look like little tiny green olives w/o pits.
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