Recipe by Southern Living magazine
"You can make this recipe in 30 minutes!"
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Italian blend shredded cheese, divided
coarsely chopped cooked chicken
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of chicken soup
dried Italian seasoning
garnish: celery leaves
This is the first thing that I made from this site and I love it! My family and everyone that comes over thinks its great and it doesn't take long to cook at all.. I make it so often that I know the recipe by heart. My family doesn't like celery so we leave it out and it still tastes great... oh and a little hint.. if you loooove cheese like we do, you should use a bit more than it calls for.. I use a whole bag of shredded cheese when I make it. I definitly recommend this recipe !
There are many recipes that I have tried that have been as easy as this recipe but surprised my in their great taste. This recipe did not produce such pleasing results. Ediable but bland bland bland. I added a little more italian seasonings, a dash on onion/garlic powder, and 1/2 tsp of chicken buillion granuels. I also tossed in some minced green onion and chopped green bell peppers. Still, no success. Like the old cliche' goes...if it sounds too good to be true...it ussually is. Sorry, wouldn't make again.
I can't heartily recommend this recipe. It was okay but pretty bland, even though I substituted cream of chicken dijon soup for cream of chicken and added garlic salt and pepper. It was okay, and I do think most kids would like it; it's not that different from mac and cheese with some chicken and chicken soup added.
Too bland for my tastes, even added extra italian seasoning but still didn't add much. Probably would be good for kids though.
Very simple recipe. I did not have celery and it tasted just fine. Great for left over chicken!!!
This dish was delish and easy to make!! I also added flavored breadcrumbs on top.
Great for a busy night. Easy and a real crowd-pleaser. Can sub vegetable on hand (such as broccoli) for celery and other cheese (such as cheddar) for Italian blend and, of course, any other kind of pasta for rotini.
I made the chicken with garlic and pepper seasoning. I also left the celery out, as my boyfriend and I do not eat celery. This was surprisingly tasty, and I am definitely going to make it again!
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