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Spicy Chicken Spaghetti

  • Non Veg
  • 25 mins
  • Serves 2
  • Easy



Spaghetti is a dish you can never say no to, especially when it is spicy chicken spaghetti. If you love lots of spice in your life and food, the dish is absolutely for you.

With a blend of spices and a touch of a sweet taste, spicy chicken spaghetti is a scrumptiously unqiue dish that you just cannot resist.

The good news is that you can cook in bulk because it tastes even better as leftovers.

Health Facts:

Per serving of spicy chicken spaghetti has 478 calories. The dish has a lot of nutrients that including magnesium, folate, sodium, potassium, vitamins, calcium etc. When in eaten in moderation, it doesn’t do any damage to your diet.

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How to Make Spicy Chicken Spaghetti

  1. Take a skillet and heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil over medium to high heat.
  2. Put chicken in the oil and season with salt and pepper. Cook each side of chicken for 6 minutes or until juices run clear.
  3. Set chicken aside but keep it warm.
  4. Mix spaghetti sauce, tomatoes with liquid, corn, olives, jalapenos, and red bell pepper in a large pot.
  5. Bring the vegetables to boil and then season with garlic powder, onion powder, and 1 teaspoon pepper.
  6. Reduce heat to low and place the lid of the pot. Simmer for 15 minutes.
  7. Next, take a large pot of salted water and bring it to boil.
  8. Suspend pasta in the pot and cook for 2 to 4 minutes until it is tender.
  9. Drain pasta and transfer it to a bowl. Hurl remaining olive oil and butter onto it.
  10. Accent the sauce over the pasta when you serve.
  11. DROOL!


Spaghetti comes from the word ‘Spago’ in Italian which means ‘thin string’. The word ‘spaghetti’ is the plural of ‘spaghetto’ and one of the most important events in the history related to spaghetti is the World War II. American soldiers at that time came to know about European cuisine and the taste was later demanded in the American market.

The initial documented records of pasta come from the Talmud in 5th century AD. Some historians also believe that Berbers introduced pasta to Europe amid an attack on Sicily.

The popularity of spaghetti, however, considerably spread throughout Italy when spaghetti factories were established in the 19th century.   These factories enabled mass production of spaghetti for the Italian population.

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