Honey Garlic Chicken Pasta

Hey Babes!

Guess what day it is?  it is Feast Friday!

I decided to try something I didn’t think would work well together — honey and garlic.  The idea of the two ingredients mixing sounds terrible.  After tasting the two ingredients combined, the idea became terribly good.  I added pasta and broccoli to complete the meal.  So check out the recipe below.


6 chicken breasts (chopped)

3 garlic cloves (minced)

1 1/2 cup of honey

a box of thick spaghetti

1 cup of broccoli



Extra virgin olive oil



Before you start to cook, let the chicken marinate in extra virgin olive oil with salt and pepper.  Keep the chicken in the mixture for an hour before slicing the chicken breasts into little pieces.  Once the chicken is cut into pieces, place the chicken pieces into the pan.  Cook the chicken on medium heat for 20 minutes.  While the chicken is cooking, we can start making the sauce!


Use a small pot with a little extra virgin olive oil to start.  Next, add the smashed garlic and the 1 1/2 cups of honey to the pot.  Stir the mixture in the pot at medium heat until the mixture is thick.  The mixture does not need to be too thick, but the substance should not be watery.  Cover the chicken with the mixture and set the chicken to the side to cook the pasta and broccoli.

Cook the pasta in salted boiling water for 11 minutes.  And cook the broccoli in salted boiling water for 15 minutes.  Let the two cook at the same time.  Once the pasta is done cooking, drain the pasta and run cold water over the noodles.  Afterwards, combine the chicken with the pasta in a bigger bowl.  Mix the broccoli into the chicken pasta after the broccoli is cooked and drained.  And voila! The recipe for honey garlic chicken pasta.


Try the recipe for yourself!  Don’t forget to comment, like, and share the blog with your friends and family.  I will talk to you guys in my next post.

Bye Babes!







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