A lovely quick, lite dish that the whole family will enjoy and keep coming back for more.
Put pasta on the boil and cook till al dente.
While that is cooking prepare your bacon by cutting into strips.
Cut chicken into medium size cubes.
Fry together in pan until chicken is cooked and browned.
Cut spring onions up however you like them and add to bacon and chicken turn the heat off and mix in.
Prepare your sauce by putting cream in a bowl an adding cheese sauce, garlic and pepper and whisk, this will thicken quickly so have your milk on hand and add to make a velvet type consistency. (be sure not to make too runny).
Drain your pasta but do not rinse, put back into same pot.
Add bacon, chicken and spring onion.
Mix and add the sauce, put on low heat to heat sauce through for about 2 mins stirring as you go. At this point if you find the sauce too thick add some more milk or if it is too thin add more parmesan later.
Turn heat off and add half a pack of parmesan and stir and put lid on for 2 mins for cheese to melt a little and then it is ready to serve.
Have rest of parmesan for people to put on top.
You can always do all this with full fat ingredients.
You can also leave out the chicken.
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