Simple, basic comfort food-- I'm sure kids would enjoy it (though maybe not the Rotel, and by the way, I drained it before adding to the cheese/cream of chicken). I used egg noodles. I rubbed my chicken with olive oil, paprika, and cayenne and broiled it on a cookie sheet while boiling the noodles in one pot and mixing the sauce in a saucepan. After draining the noodles, I added them back to the big pot and mixed the sauce and chicken in, adding some extra paprika and cayenne to the pasta itself. You can keep the pot on simmer this way and stir once in awhile. Thanks for the recipe! EDIT 7/10/10: Made this again, boiling chicken as directed then boiling noodles in the broth. I used whole wheat spaghetti noodles, didn't drain the Rotel, added a little milk and light sour cream, and used 1/2 a pound of Velveeta 2%. The only seasoning I added was garlic powder. Made this way, it's five stars for me! I loved it so much that I ate enough to become uncomfortably full, something I rarely do with any food. It was perfectly creamy and flavorful. I'll only make it this way now!
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Simple, basic comfort food-- I'm sure kids would enjoy it (though maybe not the Rotel, and by...