Chicken and Bow Tie Pasta

  • Whipcole Posted: 05/28/10
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    Very good; quick and easy to make! It pleases both kids and adults. Next time, I might add some peas to mix it up. This is definetly a keeper.

  • misterwill Posted: 02/04/10
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    My family of picky eaters loves this recipe. It was quick and easy, and a good pantry staple recipe we'll be making again. I did a few minor adjustments, but found the overall recipe to be a very comforting and delicious family meal.

  • MelissaJ Posted: 07/21/10
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    This was quite tasty! It was certainly a hit! I made a couple small adjustments, i added sour cream to the sauce and used 2 cans of cream of mushroom soup, and less broth, i also added broth to the water the chicken and pasta cooked in. I will definitely make this again!

  • Mamachula Posted: 07/21/10
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    This recipe is just ok. It was better the next day. It was simple to make. Something good to make when you dont have much time. If I make it again I will definitly add some kind of vegetable. :)

  • davidbankson Posted: 02/26/11
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    Excellent recipe, although it needed a bit of doctoring up to improve...for vegetables we used onion, bell pepper, and mushroom, added a few tablespoons of sour cream to bump up the creaminess, didn't use celery at all. Didn't use a dutch oven at all...just cooked the chicken like normal in a huge pan and the noodles in a pot. Goes SO well with fresh garlic toast. We had a TON of leftovers! We had cranberry screwdrivers to drink with it...it paired perfectly, the crisp drink with the creamy meal.

  • lefrye13 Posted: 11/23/11
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    This recipe was delicious. I did do things a tad differently. I cut skinless and boneless chicken breasts into strips, seasoned them with salt, pepper, and garlic powder, and pan seared them in a skillet with some butter. I kept them warm in the oven at about 250 degrees while I boiled my pasta in salted water. I didn't change anything about the sauce. It is super yummy. It's cheesy and has tons of flavor. I will definitely make this again!

  • BryanPalmer Posted: 04/04/13
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    Made this last night, minus the celery. Family loved it! I added a little cayenne and black pepper to my bowl but wife and daughter ate without seasonings. Everyone had seconds lol.

  • miahubbard Posted: 03/05/12
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    I tried this recipe & it's DaBomb!!! Very easy to make & everyone loved it!!

  • prettypurplekao Posted: 07/31/12
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    I don't have a dutch oven, so this is what I did. Boiled 3 cups of chicken broth and put the bow tie pasta in to cook while prepping. Cut fresh parley, basil, half an onion, mushrooms garlic and lastly the chicken. Seasoned the chicken with fresh ground black pepper and salt and sauteed it in olive oil until browned. Added the onions sauteed for 1 minute, added the garlic, sauteed until onions were translucent then added the mushrooms. When the mushrooms were browned, I added the cream of mushroom soup and the pasta plus the leftover chicken broth that the pasta was cooked in. Added the basil and parsley. Mixed well for 1 minute then added chunks of mozzarella cheese and a couple slices of provolone and cooked until melted. WAS VERY GOOD this way. :)

  • stellacorona Posted: 08/12/14
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    i liked this. quick and easy.

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