Tasty, easy and quick to put together. I used my own home made bourbon barbeque sauce and the only thing I did different was that I added a small crushed garlic clove, and some more parsley.
Very simple, cheap and yummy! I made this as we need to go shopping as the cupboards are quite bare and thought we would have all the ingredients on hand... We had just run out of milk though so I used water, and couldn't quite squeeze a whole cup of BBQ sauce so used some tomato and capsicum salsa (a couple of tablespoons) to make up the rest. I don't think it affected the end result too much, it was still delicious and I will definately make it again (perhaps properly next time). Thanks!
This casserole was really good. The barbecue sauce made a nice change. I made it with ground chicken because DD doesn't eat red meat. She just loved it. Thanks for sharing this one ReeLani
This was good. I think when I make this again I wll add a little more barbque sauce as I prefer my casserole on the "soupy" side. I also thought it needed a little more flavour prehaps some garlic as someone else suggested. I would like to try it with the chicken as well. Thanks for posting!
This was great. I needed something quick for dinner. This couldn't have been easier to make! We love barbecue flavor, so the taste was perfect. I made it exactly as posted and served with baked corn. Thanks for a great recipe!
Cheap easy eats. Used our favorite KC Masterpiece BBQ sauce. Very cheesy, which is what we like. Thanks for posting.
Very easy to make and even my picky daughter liked it!!
I loved it! Thanks for posting! DH loved it and then after seeing how much the recipie made, so did a few of his single airman friends who we decided to feed up lol. I did add 2 cans of diced tomato with garlic and onion to get a bit more veg in there and it tasted great. Also added about 2 tablespoons of A1 to give it a bit more flavor! Thanks!
This was certainly an easy casserole to make! I liked the flavors, but for some reason my cheese really didn't want to melt. :( I enjoyed it anyway. Thanks for posting!
I used Penne Rigate for the pasta, and 1 Tbsp. dried parsley flakes instead for the fresh parsley. I also used Kraft's Origional BBQ Sauce for this recipe. The next time I will use chopped up chicken when making this casserole.