Chicken Portobello Lasagna

  • kraasch Posted: 01/17/09
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    By far my favorite recipe at the moment. I have made this three times in the last two weeks since I first tried the recipe. EVERYONE...I mean EVERYONE loves it...even those that hate cream of mushroom dishes....even those that hate mushrooms and even those who wince at the thought of cooking "light"!!!

  • ADDChef Posted: 02/05/09
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    I am really surprised so many like this one. I like all these ingredients but I did not like this dish. It tastes more like stroganoff than lasagna. Also a lot of work for such blah results. There's too much cheese, white noodles and fat in this dish for it to be "light." I mean maybe it's light for some, but really this is not light. I wanted to like this but it was disappointing.

  • Schredder Posted: 07/27/09
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    Excellent! Dish was easy to prepare. I agree that it tastes more like a stroganoff than lasagna, but whatever it is more like it is still delicious. Will become a classic for our family.

  • AlanLakeTahoe Posted: 08/24/10
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    Added 1/2 onion and two cloves crushed garlic to the saute step. Also added crushed red pepper flakes when adding the salt/pepper. With these changes, it had a good rich flavor.

  • KarenL2009 Posted: 03/03/10
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    I cannot believe there is no nutritional information on this dish.

  • dynolaur Posted: 12/14/09
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    I made some modifications: plain greek yogurt instead of sour cream fresh spinach that I wilted myself extra onions to the chicken mixture. Would make this again

  • TattooedMamma Posted: 02/14/10
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    This was amazing and VERY easy! I added: about 1/4tsp Garlic Pepper Salt, 1/4tsp Salt, 1/2tbsp Red Pepper Flakes and about 1/4cup more cheddar cheese. The kids all had seconds! I served this alone, no sides were necessary. The kids absolutely loved this dish. I will definitely make it again!

  • JessicaK32 Posted: 07/06/11
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    Definatley a keeper!

  • SBoyster2 Posted: 02/17/12
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    This is wonderful stuff! I make it all the time...even better if you use regular sour cream and cheese.

  • mishykrum Posted: 03/04/13
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    My husband made this for me for my birthday dinner. It was so good. Perfect just as written. Can hardly wait to try some of the other chicken casserole recipes you have sent me. Thanks for great recipes:)

  • Allie12 Posted: 10/23/12
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    Just made this last night-rich and creamy! SO good, will def make again. I added onions and garlic salt to saute part, otherwise stuck to recipe. Also added some mozz cheese to top before I put in oven. Husband loved also! YUM!

  • IHeartSushi Posted: 11/15/12
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    Ughh this was soooo cheesy and thick and gooey. I should have looked to see where this recipe came from before I tried it. Had I noticed it was a Southern Living recipe, I would have likely skipped it. BUT! I will make it again -- I will definitely halve the cheese (or even less), double the chicken, double the mushrooms and perhaps add some other veggies. I think broccoli would work well in this dish. Made as the recipe outlines, I cannot recommend it; this is mostly goop with not enough solid ingredients. Perhaps with some amendments, it can be tasty. NUTRITION INFO: someone complained there isn't any nutrition information for this recipe. I agree -- that doesn't work for me either. I input the recipe into MyFitnessPal and came up with 524 calories (as is) per serving (1/6 of the pan).

  • miraoli Posted: 03/01/13
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    This looks amazing! I love any sort of lasagna that doesn't use tomato sauce (gives me heartburn) and I especially love portabello mushrooms. I got a coupon for the shredded cheese from printablecouponsanddeals.com too.

  • Barkly Posted: 03/22/14
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    Texture is bland. Flavor is bland. Aroma is bland. What's to savor and enjoy? With so many delicious choices available, why bother with something so nondescript? It reads better than its reality.

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