About this Recipe
- 1½ cups wholewheat pasta, uncooked
- 1 tbsp Liviana™ CBD-Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 3 cloves black garlic
- 1 brown onion, small dice (3 mm)
- 2 cups (600 g) chicken fillets (sliced into 1 cm slices)
- 1 tbsp tumeric
- 1 cup cherry tomatoes, halved
- 1 tbsp fresh herbs (thyme or origanum), roughly chopped
- 2 cups low-fat milk
- 1 medium broccoli, chopped into small pieces
- Salt and pepper
- Brown onion
- Liviana™ CBD-Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Black garlic
- Chicken fillets
- Cherry tomatoes
- Fesh herbs
- Low fat milk
- Wholewheat pasta
- Cutting board
- Large frying pan
- Medium Pot
- Freezer friendly
- Low GI
- Total energy: 545 kcal
- Protein: 50 g
- Carbohydrate: 34 g
- Sugar: 9.7 g
- Fat: 23.5 g
- Fibre: 7.1 g
Step by Step Instructions
Boil a pot of water, add the pasta and cook until al dente.
Pour the Liviana™ CBD-Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil into a pan, add the black garlic and onion, and fry for 2 – 3 minutes over a high heat until tender.
Add the sliced chicken and fry for 5 minutes until the chicken is cooked.
Season generously with salt, pepper and tumeric. Add the cherry tomatoes and fresh herbs.
Add the milk and broccoli. Simmer gently over a low heat while the pasta is cooking.
Add the cooked pasta to the chicken and stir until combined. Enjoy as a weekday all-in-one dinner!
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