Chicken Riggies Recipe
1 lb boneless, skinless chicken breast, cut into 1-inch cubes
1 lb. rigatoni, cooked according to box directions
1 med onion, chopped
3 cloves of garlic, minced
8 oz can tomato sauce
8 oz jar roasted red peppers, cut up
1 pint cream (Jill uses light or fat-free half and half)
1/4 cup white cooking wine
2 Tbs butter
2-3 Tbs olive oil.
Melt butter and oil in large pan and cook onion until soft over medium heat. Add garlic and cook just a minute more.
Add chicken; cook until half way done.
Add tomato sauce and roasted red peppers. Reduce heat and simmer until chicken is cooked through.
Add cream, stirring gently until heated through.
Add Rigatoni and toss until coated.
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Keri On says
That looks delicious! Thanks for all the great pictures! Nice to see how it looks!
What a great dish! It's so fun to learn about the regional food dishes. Bookmarking this one! Hope you're enjoying your time with your family!!!
Carol at Serendipity says
That looks wonderful! I get the best ideas from bloggers. Thanks for sharing.
Oh this looks so yummy..I'm really going to make this..Right after Easter..and thanks for the pictures as I always love to see each step…it helps me right along…
Thanks to your daughter too!
This looks and sounds WONDERFUL and I LOVE pasta…although I am trying to lose a few lbs. eek!!
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I have enjoyed this before. As soon as I saw the name of the dish I knew where it was from. I grew up just across the state line (PA/NY) a bit away from Utiica NY. My brother doesn't live far from there now. I'll bet she knows what a hoagie is too! Hugs- Diana
Boy that looks really good. I could go for a plate of that right now.
Looks delicious….What a beautiful young lady with adorable kids….and "She is still my Jilly Bean", brought tears to my eyes. I am going to make this dish! Thanks!
That would be so good with some crusty bread! Thanks Jill for sharing!
Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook says
Looks delicious, I'm definitely making this!
crochet lady says
Looks great! Thanks for sharing such great pics too.