Sunday Supper...One Pot Pasta

It's been a busy weekend in the garden...I love this time of year and have been just dying to get my hands in some dirt...

Excited to finally get the statue above moved from our old house to this one.  Had the perfect spot for her.  

It's hard to believe how much our landscape has grown and matured...

Planted boxwood, ivy, maiden hair fern and white caladiums in the planters on either side of my front door.  

Added pink blooms on the back porch.  

I have a few more pots to plant...It's nice when the landscape gets to the point that not as many annuals are needed because I truly don't have the time to care for them.  

Do you follow us on Instagram?  If you don't you should...We post pics daily of all that we are doing so you get to see a lot of stuff that never makes it to the blog.  We love Instagram and are inspired by the images posted there daily.  

It's where I got the idea for my One Pot Pasta...

I actually follow One Pot Pasta on Instagram...

This was really our Saturday Supper after working in the yard all day.  

Here is what I did...

Sauteed sliced chicken breast in olive oil with Cavenders seasoning and removed from the pan.  

Broke enough whole wheat thin spaghetti in half for 4 servings and put in the pan that the chicken was cooked in.  .

I added around a cup of  halved grape tomatoes, 2 cups of baby spinach, 1/2 sliced onion, 2 minced garlic cloves, a cup of fresh sliced mushrooms,a hand full of fresh torn  basil, a teaspoon of red pepper flakes,and a bit of fresh oregano.  I drizzled a couple tablespoons of olive oil over everything and then covered almost completely with chicken broth.  

Brought the entire thing to a boil for around 8 minutes or until the pasta was cooked eldente.  Then turned down to low...added a bit more spinach just to wilt...salt, pepper and grated parmesan cheese.  

It was awesome...

 

So tasty!  Going to be Sunday Supper leftovers!

You could literally throw anything in this pot...Change up the pasta...add capers, red or yellow bell pepper, black olives...asparagus...

And only one pot to clean...My kind of Sunday Supper!

It's your turn.  Let's talk!