A pasta crust spiked with Swiss cheese is the base of this masterpiece. Topped with bacon, chicken, mushrooms and onions which have all been cooked in rendered bacon fat, the entire pie is sprinkled with a generous amount of even more Swiss cheese, this Chicken Bacon Swiss Spaghetti Pizza is perfect for a night in or a night with friends.
I seem to be in a pasta mood as of late. Earlier this week I shared my Chicken Parmesan Spaghetti Pie and when I received a package of locally made tofu pasta – yes, it’s a thing! – I began to daydream of what else I might be able to create. Friends, this Chicken Bacon Swiss Spaghetti Pizza is absolutely dreamy. Rich, delicious and a combination of two of our family’s favorite foods. Sure to impress no matter what your age!
When my friends at Door to Door Organics asked if I’d be interested in developing a Farm to Table recipe for them, I immediately responded yes. Seriously, this service has changed our lives. The menagerie actually heads to the fridge produce drawers first for snacks and they feel quite empowered when I “let them” wash their own fruit. I love not dragging everyone to the store and instead my fruits, veggies and other selected items magically arrive at my door every Tuesday. It’s made eating a huge salad for lunch everyday my new thing.
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Back to that tofu pasta… So inside the box they delivered, I chose these four local products to use in a recipe. Love that all of these products are created just miles from my home. A pasta sauce that takes on a bit of a sausage taste because of the fennel, the pasta, chicken and a hunk of baby Swiss cheese. I’ll be honest. I’m not much of a Swiss cheese fan. It’s never my go to and I hardly ever purchase it. But this Swiss? It’s so creamy and melty and absolutely divine! I’ll definitely be including it in a future order!
And for those of that you that are curious, the taste of the tofu pasta wasn’t all that different from a typical wheat pasta that I would normally purchase. The only real difference was the manner in which it was cooked – bringing to a boil, adding pasta and then removing from heat and allowing it to stand covered until cooked through.
When serving to guests, I chose to pair it with a chardonnay wine as it was one of the main ingredients within the marinara sauce. A perfect pairing that couldn’t be easier!
A pasta crust spiked with Swiss cheese is the base of this masterpiece. Topped with bacon, chicken, mushrooms and onions which have all been cooked in rendered bacon fat, the entire pie is sprinkled with a generous amount of even more Swiss cheese, this Chicken Bacon Swiss Spaghetti Pie is perfect for a night in or a night with friends. I guarantee it will go fast so I highly recommend making two! If you’re lucky enough to have any leftovers, it reheats beautifully when covered with foil and warmed through in the oven.
Looking for something fun to do over the long Labor Day weekend? Why not host a farm to table party with local ingredients like those included in this recipe? Make it a potluck and have everyone bring a dish inspired by local offerings. My box also included a bruschetta sauce and beets that I had fun creating with as well. I forgot just how much I enjoyed beets!
Round out your party table with drinks like my Blueberry Lemonade or Easiest Ever Strawberry Basil Margaritas. For something sweet, you can’t go wrong with Homemade Chocolate Pudding Pie or Peanut Butter Cup Stuffed S’mores Brownies.
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Additional pasta recipes from fellow food bloggers:
One Pot BBQ Chicken and Bacon Pasta | The Recipe Rebel
One Pan Spicy Lemon Chicken Pasta with Tomatoes | Yellow Bliss Road
Pasta with Garlic Infused Olive Oil and Green Veggies | Cooking with Beer
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