Monday, September 9, 2013

CLAS ~ Ree Drummond ~ Cajun Chicken Pasta

Joining the gurls 
in
tot I had whole chicken breastmeat but no, only fillets
so instead of T H I S
made
this

notes:
the cajun spice I used is salty hence no added salt during cooking,
no chicken broth on hand so I used the pasta water (works fine!),
btw after adding the cream to the other liquid, turn sorta cuddled
but no worries, after adding the chicken n vegs
all worked out in the end
Highly recommended that you make this soon, 
very soon!
First time using cajun spice and 
I
Love
It
!!!!
SpicYYYY 

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7 comments:

Zoe said...

Hi Emily,

I love enjoying cajun spice the most with fish. Yours with chicken sounds delicious... No wonder you love it :D

Zoe

Mich PieceofCake said...

Love your pasta dish... Cajun spices makes almost all meats delicious!

Baby Sumo said...

I used to use cajun spice a lot, especially with prawns and chicken. And yes it makes everything taste goooooood. Btw, thanks so much for all your contribution to CLAS, only been able to go through all ur posts today and commented :)

Lian said...

Emily, you chose the right recipe. This is yummy.

kitchen flavours said...

Hi Emily,
I do have some Hot and Spicy Cajun Spice Mix. Will bookmark this pasta! Looks good!

Grace Phua said...

Emily, this looks super YUMS!!! With my favourite veg and the perfect combo of cajun and chicken, what could be a better choice for a simple lunch? These definitely look awesome!!

Joy said...

Emily, this looks fantastic! I love Ree Drummond, and this Cajun Chicken Pasta looks like something I'm going to have to try very soon! I love hot-n-spicy foods, so I'm very glad you tried this and posted about it! It's just starting to cool off a little around here, so I am ready for this type of fall cooking. :)

Love, Joy
Yesterfood