Chicken Tetrazzini

  • Pumpkinduster Posted: 03/28/10
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    We like mushrooms and added them to this recipe; instead of the shredded cheese, we like 3 Jars of Kraft Old English Cheese. The cheese can be warmed in the microwave for 20 seconds and added to the mixture. Delicious!

  • Barbi42 Posted: 09/10/09
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    I have used this recipe more times than I can count. Everyone loves it; and I love the fact that I can get 3 casseroles out of it. I usually add an entire can of chicken broth as the noodles soak it all up anyway. Sometimes I add green olives with pimentos, sauteed onions and celery, fresh mushrooms instead of canned. Adding a salad and rolls makes a fairly quick and easy meal to prepare.

  • Podec4 Posted: 02/05/12
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    I've used this recipe a couple times & it's wonderful. Creamy & cheesy. You really could just leave the chicken out all together & it would still be heavenly. I've used turkey in place of chicken with this dish to use up the Thanksgiving leftovers. The second pan freezes beautifully & makes any given weeknight easier when you grab it from the freezer on your way out the door in the morning. Or you can share the second pan with a neighbor. Great passing dish for any church function. A good recipe for the arsenal. Thanks for sharing it with us.

  • thebaby23 Posted: 01/17/13
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    One of my personal favorites and most requested by friends and family. I make it exactly by the recipe and it makes a LOT. Be nice and share the 2nd dish or just invite a crowd :-)

  • MindyCT Posted: 04/01/14
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    ridiculously easy, makes a lot, everyone always loves it. i usually used 3/4 to a full can of chick broth (the noodles soak it up anyway)... also, i tend to use double the amount of shredded parm cheese... AND- just to try to make it a little more healthy- i always use 98% fat free soups and fat free sour cream.

  • MeesterMama Posted: 03/31/14
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    Used this recipe a lot of times, family loves it! The only difference I make is to add half a sautéed onion. Adds a lot of flavor!


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