I love pasta but I'm too lazy to make my own sauce and jarred sauces usually do not have enough variety. So one of my favorite things to do is turn premade soups into a pasta sauce.
Proper Good offers a variety of delicious and fun soups tat are keto-friendly, gluten-free and have a ton of plant-based options for your plant eaters! They ONLY use real ingredients and zero added sugar making this a fantastic healthy option in your pantry. Best of all they're always coming up with new flavors! So the excitement is endless.
For this recipe, I used Proper Good's Chicken & Vegetable Soup. It has a great robust flavor with bits of chicken and veggies already chopped up in there. And one package is good to make a pasta dish for 2! I like to add additional chicken and vegetables.
You can brown some simple seasoned cubed chicken breast. In my case, I purchased pre-marinated Lemon Pepper Chicken breasts from my local grocery store for some added flavor and broccoli florets for more pops of green.
Hope you enjoy this simple recipe as much as we did!
2 Servings, Approx. 15 Mins
What You'll Need
1 Package of Proper Good Chicken & Vegetable Soup
4 oz. Pasta, cooked al dente
1 Chicken Breast, cubed and browned
1 Cup Broccoli Florets (approx. ½ a small broccoli)
¼ Cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese
All You Need To Do
Prepare the noodles as instructed. Set aside and let it cool as you prepare the other ingredients. Note: I like to use a pasta wit nooks and crannies to catch as much sauce as possible with each bite! Like a rotini, campanelle or cavatappi, etc.
Brown your chicken breast, remove from heat and set aside. Note: Place on a plate with a paper towel to drain the excess liquid and oil.
Add Proper Good soup to the same medium sauce pan you browned your chicken on medium high heat.
Add your chicken, broccoli and cooked pasta. Mix until fully covered in sauce.
Add your cheese, mix, cover and simmer for 3-5 mins on medium low heat. Timing depends on how soft you like your broccoli.
Serve immediately and sprinkle on some more cheese and parsley for garnish.
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