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Pasta-kip-broccoli met kaas;

Ingrediënten (2 personen):

  • 1 kipfilet (150 gram)
  • 200 gram broccoli
  • 250 pasta
  • 100 gram Munster
  • 1 teen knoflook
  • 1 groene peper
  • 1/8 citroen
  • 1 slok droge witte wijn
  • zout


Bereiding (tijd 15 minuten)

Zet een pan met water op en breng aan de kook, voeg genoeg zout toe (8 gram/100 ml). Snij de broccoli in gelijke stukjes, snipper de knoflook en peper fijn. Leg een vel bakpapier of plasticfolie op de kipfilet en sla plat met een koekenpan. Blancheer de broccoli 2 minuten, haal uit het water en zet weg. Voeg nu de pasta toe en kook 7 minuten. Snij intussen het vlees in dunne, korte reepjes. Bak zonder vetstof in de koekenpan. Wanneer de kip begint te kleuren, afblussen met citroensap en wijn, en knoflook en peper toevoegen. Als de vloeistof bijna is verdampt de kaas in de pan doen en de broccoli erbij. Zet het vuur laag, schep de pasta met aanhangend vocht erbij en laat al roerend op de gewenste temperatuur komen. Eet smakelijk!

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