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The flavors of lemon juice and parsley brighten up this pasta dish.
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Easy Lemon Pasta with Chicken
Gina: So now I’ve all ready have my water boiling and I had this salted water that I’m going to add in the penne noodles and they’re going to cook to let 10 just going to put there right in. You can use any kind of noodle you want fettuccine, linguine just kind of give a little stir. I’m going to go ahead and get my skillet right from my pasta mix. That’s what daddy’s working on too.
Patrick: So I got three cloves of garlic and I’m just going to slice to go with Gina’s red pepper flakes and our olive oil.
Gina: So we’re going to add our olive oil and we’re going to add our red pepper flake, quarter teaspoons give it a little kick—Hon, how you come with that chicken?
Patrick: I’m coming great with the chicken. I’m slicing it.
Gina: We’ll I’m getting my oil all nice and hot with my garlic.
Patrick: Hon, so I got your chicken.
Gina: What about that garlic fat?
Patrick: I got your garlic honey.
Gina: Yes, thank you. So we’re just going to sauté those.
Patrick: It goes all in and your noodles would like to get ready so I’m going to drain this for you.
Gina: Thank you.
Patrick: All right Honey, are we ready?
Gina: We’re ready.
Patrick: So just dump this in.
Gina: Good and it looks good.
Patrick: Nice good of them.
Gina: Don’t be afraid by the side of the pan. We see that looks like a lot of noodles. Just add them some more olive oil. That fixes it there right away, see there. I’m going to move some of these noodles all of them, there we go. Sometimes I add it some more olive oil. I’m going to add just a little more red pepper. So after you add the red peppers there let just go ahead and turn the heat off all together. This going to have some pop in there, there we go.
Patrick: We got three tablespoons of parsley. So I’m just going to pull this off and we’re going to get just a rush chop to get into our pasta.
Gina: So now we’re just going to get the rest of the pasta at and we’re going to add in the chicken the best part of the pasta and the lemon.
Patrick: I’m going to get you a lemon baby.
Gina: I can get it. Let me get a two lemon. Got so much going on there Mr. Neely?
Patrick: I like to work with you, all right.
Gina: So that’s two lemons.
Gina: The juices have two lemons.
Patrick: Yeah, it looks delicious.
Gina: All right.
Patrick: I’m getting excited around this time at day because I know we’re almost there.
Gina: All right the only thing is missing is the cheese and we’re going to put that on just before we serve it but it is ready to go.