Chicken Spaghetti

Chicken and spaghetti unite in these tantalizing recipes that go from Italian and Asian to Mediterranean with creamy, tomatoey, and nutty sauces. From Chicken Tetrazzini to Mediterranean-Style Chicken, you'll find everything you need to dish up a delicious chicken spaghetti meal for your family.

Mediterranean-Style Chicken

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The traditional Mediterranean flavors of tomato, wine, basil, and garlic complement the chicken in this low-fat recipe.

Chicken and Pasta

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Bottled minced garlic is a hurried cook's friend. Find it in the supermarket's produce section. It adds a fantastic flavor to chicken and pasta sauce served over spaghetti.

Total: 30 mins

Chicken and Pasta with Spinach-Basil Pesto

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Pin this pesto recipe to use as a marinade, a pizza sauce or a salad dressing.

Total: 40 mins

Chicken Livers in Italian Tomato Sauce

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Chcken livers work well for the quick-cooking technique of stir-frying.

Sesame Chicken and Noodles

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Sesame oil, which is extracted from sesame seeds, adds a nutty taste to this Asian main-dish recipe.

Total: 20 mins

Chicken Puttanesca

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This classic Italian recipe with its spicy sauce adapts readily to stir-frying in a wok.

Chicken Squash and Parmesan Spaghetti

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Acorn squash lends a sweet, nutty flavor to this quick and easy chicken pasta dinner.

Total: 30 mins

Chicken Tetrazzini

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How to Cook Spaghetti

Sometimes the most comforting, satisfying meals happen to be the simplest to put together. Spaghetti and meatballs is a classic favorite for both children and grownups, and you don't even need a traditional Italian mamma to show you how to cook spaghetti. Certain variations of spaghetti and meatballs can be tricky, but if you stick to the basics--including prepared sauce and store-bought meatballs, this dish becomes practically foolproof.

How to Make Chili

Chili is an all-American favorite--and one that lends itself to much interpretation. In fact, once you factor in the regional trends and personal tastes, there may be as many variations on how to make chili as there are people who make it. While most recipes use some combination of the same basic ingredients--meat, beans, peppers, tomatoes and spices--chili aficionados are particular about their tastes.

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