4 Reviews

This is one delicious recipe.! Simple, easy & quick to make and very tasty. I cut back on the sauce but next time I'll make the full amount and serve the sauce over plain buttered noodles. As usual I increased the garlic. This recipe could be made ahead and then 25 minutes before dinner Sprinkle with the cheese & crumbs, pop into the 200C (385F) oven Thanks Eve surprised it was buried for so long before coming to light. Will definately make it again

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Bergy September 12, 2002

I made this for dinner last night and what a hit! I baked boneless/skinless chicken breasts early in the day and cut them up in pieces. I threw them in the skillet with about a 1/4 of an onion and bottled minced garlic when ready. I didn't use the mushrooms or pasta and used skim milk and whole wheat bread. Thank you very much for the recipe.

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jamb September 20, 2002

Had this for dinner tonight, this was great, easy to make ahead of time & reheat when needed. My 19 month old daughter also gave this a go so thankyou! Will be making this again next time the in-laws are over for Sunday lunch.

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**Mandy** May 04, 2007

Evie, I love these easy, make ahead recipes. I used chicken mince (but think the recipe would be better with chunks of chicken meat) and extra mushrooms as well as extra pasta. I doubled the sauce and added some parmesan cheese. Fabulous make ahead dinner and neither of the girls left anything on their plates. Served with some garlic bread and and salad. Without the topping this would be a great filler for my pie maker. Yummo!

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Jewelies March 15, 2007
Chicken and Mustard Crumble