Recipe by Dianne VanHuss
"This is very good served with garlic bread."
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skinless, boneless chicken breasts
2 (10.75 ounce) cans
condensed cream of chicken soup
1 (5 ounce) jar
processed cheese spread
1 (5 ounce) bottle
processed cheese spread with jalapenos
Delicious and easy. I did make a few additions so that I might sneak in a few veggies. I sauteed some green pepper, onion, celery, mushrooms, and garlic in the drippings from the chicken. Then added the diced chicken to the veggies and sauteed them together for about 2 minutes then added a little salt and pepper to the chicken and veggies. Once I was tossing all those ingredients together, I also added some diced pimentos. Tasted very flavorful and cheezy-my son 2 1/2 year old loved it-especially the noodles.
I tried this last night and my family did not enjoy it at all. I used 1 pound of spaghetti instead of what the recipe called for. The mixture of the soup and the cheese was just too much. Too bland, too cheesy........sorry, was not a hit at my house.
Excellent -- one of my fave AR recipes, BUT two things: the transfer from AR's old format left out that one of the Cheez Whiz jars should be "Salsa" or "Mexican" flavor. Plus, if you use just 8 oz. of spaghetti you'll end up with tons of sauce, so I use either 12 oz. or even 16 oz. I also add 1 tsp. garlic powder - makes it even tastier!
I'm doing dinner solo tonight. Hubby is at a business dinner. I love chicken spaghetti but didn't feel like making chicken or cutting up a lot of veggies, so I made this instead. I used plain velvetta since that's all I had and dumped in some Ragu spaghetti sauce. It was a great combination of flavors and I'm sure would have tasted great with some chicken and vegetables..had I been in the mood. It was quick and inexpensive so I'll definitely be making this again. Thanks Dianne.
YUM! Made Dianne's way and also substituted Cream of Mushroom soup for 1 can of chicken soup. We like it both ways. Thank you Dianne... you're a sweetie!
I needed a quick & easy recipe for supper last night to fill us up before we went bowling. I came across this. Not only was it simple but it was very tasty. First, I agree with a previous reviewer regarding the noodles-you need more! I used 12oz but next time I'll use 16oz. Also, I didn't have cheese whiz so I melted Velveeta and added 1/3 cup salsa to it once it was melted to achieve a close replica of the mexican cheez whiz the submitter had intended. Finally, I followed the advice to add some veggies and quick-fry them in the pan I had cooked the chicken (broccoli, celery, mushrooms) and added a jar of diced pimentos. The result was very good! Would make this again! Thanks Dianne!
OOH this was delicious! Hit with my whole family! I subsituted processed cheese for Ragu brand cheddar Cheese sauce in the Jar! and also added a hint of garlic! I didn't do the mexi twist but was very happy about how it turned out will definately cook this one again!
This is a very good recipe. I used mexican velveeta with kraft cheese sauce. But kept the rest the same except add brocolli. My child will not eat spagetti or brocolli but with this recipe he loves it..Definetly, a kids food... Thank you so much will make often.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cheezy Chicken Spaghetti Bake
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 235
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