I bet you didn't know that it is National Farm Awareness month! September is the time to remember America's Farmers and Ranchers! I know..that seems strange that I would say that since I AM a farmer...but I think it is important to do so...I just want people to be aware of all the hard work that goes into the wonderful food products that are provided to you because of our dedicated farmers and ranchers! I will be posting some other things through out September on that subject...but for now let me show you what's for supper tonight!!!
TEX-MEX PASTA SKILLET
4 cups pasta (any kind you like)
2 pounds chicken breast, cut into chunks
2 1/2 cups chunky salsa
2 cups frozen corn
1 garlic clove---pressed
1 large onion
1 large green peppper
salt and pepper to taste
1 cup low fat shredded mexican style cheese
Cook pasta as directed.
ND grows some of the best durum wheat
which in turn is milled into seminola to make premium
pasta...right here in our wonderful state!
So, while your pasta is cooking.....
heat a large nonstick skillet with a
splash of CANOLA oil.
Add chicken and cook for a few minutes.
I brown mine nicely.
Add garlic with your press.
Add green peppers and onions.
Salt and pepper too.
I chopped the veggies in a big rustic cut.
After the a few minutes add the corn and the salsa. Cook until chicken is cooked through
and veggies are crisp tender.
Tex-Mex Pasta Skillet
that's what's for supper in
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Labels: Family and Farm livin', Farmhouse Favorites - Family Meals