DF Quick Chicken Spaghetti
I have recently discovered the worlds best dairy free yogurt. If you have never tried the brand Culina then you my friend need to get to your nearest Whole Foods or Natural Grocer. Whole Foods carries the plain yogurt if you live in NWA and that is what we will be using for this recipe. I just wanted an easy and hearty meal that would come together in under 20 min. This dish was delicious and so QUICK. The culina DF yogurt is the first one that I have found without lemon juice or citric acid as a preservative and that makes me SO happy. I love yogurt but haven’t been able to eat it due to preservatives and weird ingredients that will cause issues for me! I’m daydreaming of all the recipes I can make now :) You will love this recipe. It feeds 3-5 hungry belly’s and you might have some leftovers too! Double it if you need more!
1 Rotisserie Chicken
2 culina plain DF yogurts (or Greek yogurt if not DF)
1 package of gluten free pasta
Italian seasoning, salt and 1-2 tsp of ghee, butter, or plant based butter
If you aren’t following a reflux, gastritis, AIP or FODMAP diet then add in some fresh minced garlic and chopped onion. I haven’t tried it with these but I’m sure it’s good.
Shred the rotisserie chicken (white meat only if reflux friendly) set aside in a bowl.
Bring a pot of saltyyyyy water to boil and add noodles.
While the noodles cook— add chicken to skillet over medium heat and then add 1 and half containers of the culina yogurt. If you want more sauce/creamy action then add the full two.
Season the mixture with italian seasoning, ghee and hold off on adding salt until you combine it with the noodles.
** If you decide to do onions and garlic those need to be sautéed in a separate skillet as soon as you put the noodles on the boil. Sauté over medium heat with a little EVOO. Then add the softened onions and garlic to the sauce mixture— refluxers OMIT this.
add the creamy chicken mixture to the cooked and drained noodles and season more if you’d like! I like mine heavy with Italian seasoning and a tad bit of salt!