Rosemary and garlic chicken over penne

 Ingredients  3 sprigs of Rosemary  diced sm red onion  2-5 cloves of garlic (diced)  .chicken breast  0.25 stick of salted butter  2 portions of penne  Salt and Pepper (to Taste)  powdered garlic  Plan of attack  Cut the chicken breast into strips   Add tbls of butter to the skillet and on medium heat add onions and garlic. Saute until both onions and garlic are clear.  Add the chicken breast strips to the skillet and turn on medium heat, stirring frequently. Season with salt, pepper and powdered garlic.  In a medium saucepan boil salted water and add penne when the water becomes a rolling boil.  Add the remaining butter to the skillet and place lid on the skillet so a sauce begins to develop.  Remove penne from heat when penne is al dente. Drain pasta and put aside.  When chicken is cooked through, add the chicken mixture to the penne and serve hot.

Ingredients

3 sprigs of Rosemary

diced sm red onion

2-5 cloves of garlic (diced)

.chicken breast

0.25 stick of salted butter

2 portions of penne

Salt and Pepper (to Taste)

powdered garlic

Plan of attack

Cut the chicken breast into strips 

Add tbls of butter to the skillet and on medium heat add onions and garlic. Saute until both onions and garlic are clear.

Add the chicken breast strips to the skillet and turn on medium heat, stirring frequently. Season with salt, pepper and powdered garlic.

In a medium saucepan boil salted water and add penne when the water becomes a rolling boil.

Add the remaining butter to the skillet and place lid on the skillet so a sauce begins to develop.

Remove penne from heat when penne is al dente. Drain pasta and put aside.

When chicken is cooked through, add the chicken mixture to the penne and serve hot.

 My comments: The star of the hour is Rosemary and I added mine with a liberal hand to elevate the dish. I have it abundance in my garden and since pork loin is not in my budget, the chicken got the business (an expression borrowed from my brother Dayo, which he uses not in exactly the same context *wink*). Easy, satisfying and it stretches my few dollars...

My comments: The star of the hour is Rosemary and I added mine with a liberal hand to elevate the dish. I have it abundance in my garden and since pork loin is not in my budget, the chicken got the business (an expression borrowed from my brother Dayo, which he uses not in exactly the same context *wink*). Easy, satisfying and it stretches my few dollars...