Total Time
15mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 5 mins

A great way to use a whole or leftover rotisserie chicken. The addition of cheese-garlic and semi soft garlic herb cheese and sun dried tomatoes enhances the chicken and broccoli. Found in BetterHome & Gardens.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. In a large saucepan, cook pasta, add broccoli during last 3 minute of cooking time, when al dente remove, drain. pasta and broccoli.
  2. While pasta is cooking, remove meat from chicken, coarsely chop.
  3. In the same pan you cooked the pasta, combine cheese, milk and tomatoes; cook until cheese begins to melt.
  4. Add pasta and chicken, heat thoroughly, season with fresh ground pepper; add parsley right before removing from heat.
  5. If the mixture needs to be thinned, add a tad more milk.
  6. Serve with Parmesan cheese or Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese if desired.
Most Helpful

4 5

High marks for speed of assembly, but we found that it was lacking in some kind of seasoning. Perhaps a bit of garlic? I used a whole grain pasta to boost the nutrition value a bit and I added a little more milk for the sauce. Made for Everyday Holiday tag game. :)

5 5

Loved this recipe for a "meatless Monday" main dish. Used a box of multigrain farfalle, 2 packages of frozen vegetables (one broccoli cuts, one California mix which includes cauliflower and carrots), left over low fat vegetable cream cheese spread from a Panera's bagel run, plus a little cream. Didn't have tomatoes, but sprinkled on some red pepper flakes, garlic powder and freshly grated parmesan and black pepper. My husband didn't even notice there was no meat!

5 5

I didn't have to turn the oven on for this delicious dish - that's a bonus in this heat! This one pot dish was delicious and easy to put together. I used rotini because I always use Smart Pasta, I also used low fat cream cheese, and 1% milk. I couldn't find the tomatoes in oil, so I just rehydrated some dry ones. Made for Newest Zaar Tag. Thanks! :)