Recipe by jr911
"Pasta, chicken, spinach, and cheese baked to bubbly perfection."
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1 (8 ounce) package
chopped cooked chicken
1 (14 ounce) can
Italian-style diced tomatoes
1 (10 ounce) package
1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
1 1/2 cups
shredded mozzarella cheese
I didn't follow the cooking instructions exactly as directed for this, but I wanted to make this because the ingredients sounded nice together. The directions don't say how you should cook the chicken, so I cooked it in a separate pan on the stove and then added the sautéed onion and garlic, (because how can you not have garlic?), to the chicken. I also used some basil and some italian seasoning on the chicken. I found it strange that this recipe had no added spices or anything. Then after that was mixed up a bit, I added the tomatoes and stirred in the cream cheese so that it could melt together nicely. Then I took all of that off the oven and mixed it in with the spinach and the cooked noodles and placed it in a casserole dish. Covered it with cheese and baked it in the oven. It was pretty yummy. I will say I accidentally made too many noodles because I used no yolk noodles instead of penne, so I think next time if I use the right amount of noodles, the flavors will be much better. This has a good basis for a delicious family pasta dish. I will make this again.
It was horrible!
Chicken Spinach Pasta Bake Haiku: "My favorite combo. For things in a pasta bake, no surprise, it's good!" I've made many variations of pasta bakes, but my tastebuds always fall back on wanting my classic chicken/spinach, so I was happy to try out this recipe, only Oops! I didn't have cream cheese, but that's OK, b/c I just added some extra Italian-blend shredded cheese and it still retained its yummy factor. Also sauteed garlic along w/ the onion b/c something seems infinitely askew w/ the kitchen universe when I don't smell the 2 mating in olive oil together. Had to S&P to taste, but all in all, a successful pasta bake.
This was delicious! I typed in ingredients I had on hand and up popped this recipe. I followed Amber's review on mixing the ingredients. The creamy, the aldente penne pasta, just the right amount of tomatoes, combined with everyone's favorites of chicken and spinach.....all compliment each other so well to make a great dish! Bravo??????
Absolutely delicious. The creamy texture and the flavor of the tomatoes makes it a thumbs up for our family.
This was tasty. I used leftover chicken I had grilled the night before. I did add garlic that I sautéed in zesty Italian dressing. I added the tomatoes, sliced up cream cheese and spinach to that mix before mixing it with pasta. It got rave reviews in the family.
I don't care for spinach, so I used zucchini as a substitute. Tasted pretty bland, so out came the spices. Played around until I felt it was tasty. Good recipe for last minute, hurry up meal, but don't expect a lot of kudos. Good because most of ingredients are pantry staples.
sounds delish, but I'll be cooking my chicken first then blending it with the pasta and other ingredients.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chicken, Spinach, and Cheese Pasta Bake
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 196
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