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Bow Ties with Chicken, Red Peppers & Artichokes

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Simple ingredients like chicken, bell pepper and artichokes result in a sophisticated warm pasta salad. Serve with Fast Olive-Rosemary Bread.



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"My wife just came home and ate this dish that I prepared and It is the first recipe off the internet that she told me to keep and make again! She also said that I could leave the pine nuts out. For the price of the nuts she said that it...
Bow Ties with Chicken, Red Peppers & Artichokes

3 Reviews for Bow Ties with Chicken, Red Peppers & Artichokes

01/03/2014
Anonymous
Rosemary?

This would have been better without the rosemary. We also didn't use pine nuts. But was disappointed because it sounded really good. (I hope I am not hurting anyone's feelings posting this. Perhaps if you are a person who loves rosemary this will work for you.)

Serving size was filling,
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02/15/2012

I am a very inexperienced cook and I was still able to make this without much help. I ended up not using chicken, shallots, or pine nuts and did use a lot more time, but it still turned out great. As a college student, I survive off leftovers and it tastes just a good (if not better) cold.

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04/14/2010

My wife just came home and ate this dish that I prepared and It is the first recipe off the internet that she told me to keep and make again! She also said that I could leave the pine nuts out. For the price of the nuts she said that it wasn't worth it to have them. They didn't hurt the dish or really help it that much! Overall good dish!!

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