Either that or...did hell freeze over?....did pigs fly?
This is a picture of how it's gonna look. Now no laughing at my recipe
torn page from magazine card. It's obvious by it's condition that I cram this in a drawer cook this a lot!
Here is everything you're gonna need...not much to it...but that's the beauty of this meal. You're family is gonna think you slaved away all day in the kitchen. But they would be WRONG. Prep time...oh about 3 minutes!
You can use any kind of bottle sauce. But if you have this brand...and this flavor...MAGNIFICO!!!
First thing....preheat the white box (stainless if you're all hoity toity) to 375 degrees.
Then put a little bit of the sauce in the bottom...mix a couple tablespoons of Parmesan cheese in with the sauce (I don't measure I just dump some). Then put a package of chicken into the dish. I usually wear garden gloves for this step...cuz chicken is all gross and slimy! ewww. Then pour the rest of the sauce on. One jar will do it...but my hubby likes it SAUCY...so I use a jar and a half...and shake what my momma gave me while I'm doing it! This usually gets me a nice ear nuzzle and a kiss! (from the hubby not the dogs)
And that's it for now...I told you...3 minutes! well 4 if you get an extra long kiss WOO HOO cooking is FUN! Now settle down and put it in the oven (covered with that shiny metal stuff) for about 30 minutes give or take.
Okay...now here is the tricky part.....boil some water for the penne pasta (we use rotini cuz he likes it better)....I know I said it was easy....I forgot about this technical stuff!!!
While the water is boiling and now that the 30 or so minutes are up...take out the pan and sprinkle some mozzarella cheese and some more Parmesan cheese on the top. I have no idea how much you're supposed to use...but I LIKE IT CHEESY!
Cook it UNCOVERED for 10 more minutes while the pasta is cooking...
AND.....TADA! this is how it looks done. Now just serve this yumminess on top of the pasta and you got yourself a tasty meal for no effort at all! No stirring, no mixing, no measuring....we're talking cooking for
dummies kitchen divas!
It may not be GOURMET....but my hubby loves it...of course...he's pretty easy to please...he married me didn't he!