Recipe by Michelle Krz
"This melt in your mouth casserole is a great comfort dish. The white wine and mustard lend just enough flavor to perk up the cheddar cheese sauce. Serve with a light salad and crusty bread."
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1 3/4 cups
shredded Cheddar cheese
1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese, cubed
spicy brown mustard
chopped cooked chicken
buttery round crackers, crushed
grated Parmesan cheese
I don't understand all the bad reviews. My 5yo daughter loved this dinner. I made it with 2 cups of rotini and used chicken broth instead of wine. The entire family and dinner guests thoroughly enjoyed the meal. We served it with crusty buttered bread to soak the sauce up with and it was delicious!
Sauce was too rich - too cheesy with definite wine taste!! It overwhelmed the chicken and pasta, instead of accenting it. I would have preferred macaroni & cheese to this for less cost and better flavor!
I tried to stay true to the recipe but sub what I had on hand to keep the food budget down. I browned raw cubed chicken breast in a little evoo/butter before proceeding with the recipe. I didn't use as much butter/flour as called for, just a teaspoon of each that I cooked to a light brown before adding the milk, cream cheese, milk and wine. The cream cheese I used was Philadelphia's cooking cream, which made it SO much easier to work with. I used French's chardonnay dijon mustard, omitted the extra salt and I added a teaspoon each of garlic and onion powder and couple good shakes of Frank's Hot Sauce. The cheddar cheese I used was extra sharp. The flavor of this casserole was out of this world BUT our issue with it was it was REALLY thick. REALLY thick. And kind of gummy. I think this would be excellent if it had a little more milk, maybe about a half cup or so. Then it might be perfect. My kids absolutely loved it, thickness aside. I'll make this again. I served steamed broccoli on the side but next time, I might just stir it in. I think it would be a great all-in-one casserole dinner.
I first made this using the original recipe and it was ok. The second time I made it I left out the nutmeg, used Honey Mustard instead of Dijon and used 2 Tblsp. of white wine and 2 of chicken broth. Also cooked chicken chunks in butter, seasoned with salt and pepper. Used the left over broth to simmer chicken in once it was browned. Also added a little minced onion and was very generous with the rotini. Family loved it this way.
We have updated this recipe to include 2 cups uncooked rotini pasta in the ingredient list. - The Staff
This was delicious! I added 1/2tsp of fresh ground black pepper a package of frozen mixed vegetables and doubled the pasta. It was a lot of work but this is a new family favorite!
I did not care for this casserole myself, if you like homemade macaroni and cheese this is the casserole for you.
This didn't turn out very well for me and I'm not quite sure why. It seemed kinda pasty or something... perhaps too much flour? It was too rich and heavy, as well.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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