Pasta with Chicken and Coconut Milk Easy Sadia

Here in São Paulo restaurants have a pretty funny custom where each day has a specific dish, the second is always the Virado Paulista and clear Wednesday that is the traditional Feijoada and for those who do not know Friday is roast chicken recipes with noodles and this is the day I like best, after all nothing better than a juicy chicken and noodles to kill that Sunday lunch of longing in the house of Grandma, right? But nowadays no longer have to wait to Friday you get to eat a juicy and delicious chicken romantic chicken dinner recipes for two, and need not also worry about preparing Eve since we can count on Chicken Easy Sadia coming marinated with natural spices and can be taken from freezer to oven, ie: Zero work and more flavor, and how I do not need to waste time preparing the chicken I take to make a pasta with tomato sauce and coconut milk that perfect pair to accompany franguinho.


Easy Chicken recipes Sadia – drumstick
250g pasta (cooked)
1 Tomato Can Pelado
200ml coconut milk
1 Pinch Basil Dehydrated
10 Fresh basil leaves
½ stalk of leek (chopped)
2 spoons (soup) Grated Coconut (s / sugar)
Salt and pepper the Kingdom (to taste)
Remove the chicken Easy Freezer Sadia, remove the main packaging and accommodate the chicken with the inner bag that is suitable for oven on a baking sheet and bring to bake in moderate oven for 1 hour, after which time open the bag and let it brown for more 15 minutes.
Cook the pasta according to manufacturer’s instructions and set aside.
In a pan add 1 tablespoon (soup) of olive oil and saute ½ stalk of leek for 1 minute.
Add the peeled tomatoes (chopped), dehydrated basil, coconut milk and season with salt and pepper and cook for 5 minutes.
Add the grated coconut, fresh basil and add the cooked pasta and mix well.
Serve while hot with roasted chicken and Enjoy!


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