Chicken Bacon Ranch Pasta Skillet - Table For Seven
  • Chicken Bacon Ranch Pasta Skillet

    Jan 15th • Posted in Chicken, Pasta

    Next to my crock pot, cooking in a giant skillet is my favorite way to make dinner. It just makes life so much easier.  After a long day, getting dinner on the table is not usually my favorite thing to do.  So, tossing everything in to one pot is very appealing.  Also, less dishes to clean too.  Big plus there. Huge plus.  I  hate dishes.  

    Anyway, this has something for everybody.  Your meat, your carb and your veggie. Works great if you have picky eaters (like my house).  I have one kid who eats just chicken and pasta and another who won’t eat bacon (weird, right?) . It kinda just balances out in the end.

    A great weeknight meal for all!

    {Our veggie of choice was broccoli, but, this would work great also with peas, peppers or green beans.}

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    Chicken Bacon Ranch Pasta Skillet

    by Table for Seven
    Prep Time: 00:15
    Cook Time: 00:30
    Ingredients (Serves: 6)
    • 3 cups dried pasta (medium size)
    • 4-6 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled
    • 1 lb boneless chicken breast ( or 2-3 breasts, depending on size), cut into bite size pieces
    • 3 cups chicken broth
    • 1 1/2 cup milk
    • 1 package dried ranch dressing seasoning
    • 1 cup broccoli florets
    • 2 TBSP flour
    • 1-2 TBSP canola oil
    In a large skillet (it will need a lid), heat canola oil. Add in chicken pieces and cook until no longer pink.
    Pour in chicken broth and let it come to a simmer. Mix in dried pasta. Decrease heat a bit and cover with a lid. Continue cooking until pasta is tender (about 10 minutes)
    In a small bowl, whisk together ranch mix, milk and flour. When your pasta is ready, stir mixture into skillet with pasta. Continue cooking/stirring until it thickens.
    Stir in bacon and broccoli. Cook and additional 3-5 minutes before serving.
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