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Terrific recipe to use up leftover turkey! I had very few fresh ingredients on hand, so I had to substitute dried minced onion, and I used 2 cans of mushrooms. I left out the red pepper and garlic powder because I didn't have any. I used "Mexican" shredded cheese and added 1/8 c sour cream and 1 T cooking sherry. I served this dish with a green salad and garlic bread and it was a huge hit. I can't wait to have the leftovers tomorrow for lunch!

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Hippie2MARS August 10, 2011

We loved this! I used chicken and reduced fat cheeses, sauteed the onions and peppers, and included the optional mushrooms and bacon. It was so easy, warming, and filling. Thanks for sharing!

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Starrynews February 24, 2011

Great creamy, cheesy casserole! I did sautee the onions and peppers; can't understand using a microwave in this kind of thing. The green peppers, bacon and parmesan are the flavors that make the dish for us. We used some leftover chicken and also some freshly broiled chicken breasts. We might suggest some small fresh button mushrooms in place of canned, but we all liked it: I think it's delicious!

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Lavender Lynn December 24, 2010

Delicious recipe! My family loved it and it's a great way to us up leftover turkey! The only thing I changed is I sauteed the veggies (peppers, onions & fresh mushrooms instead of canned) in the bacon fat, added about 3 Tbls. white wine and reduced it before adding the remaining ingredients. Delish.

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Rezzycakes November 29, 2010

Great recipe--easy, tasty, and a nice way to use up leftovers. I made it with the remains of our Thanksgiving turkey. I used wagon wheel pasta, and substituted pepperoni for the bacon. Even my son liked it. Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl November 27, 2010

This recipe was simple and tasty. I used whole grain spaghetti, skim milk, red onions and leftover rotiessierie chicken from Costco. I cooked my bacon in the microwave but other than that, followed the recipe exactly. Hubby and I had seconds! Yummy!

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AkikoC November 04, 2010

everyone enjoyed.

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Michelle Dominic July 02, 2010

Delish! I chopped up a few slices of precooked bacon and browned that up in the pan, sauteed the onions and fresh mushrooms in the renderings. I omitted the green pepper because we don't really like it and used a large can of chicken in place of the diced chicken. Very easy and with ingredients I generally have around the house. Thanks for posting

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911spatcher June 07, 2010

This was great even though I forgot to pick up bacon , bell pepper, and parmesan, but I added italian bread crumbs to the top for crunch, me and my brother ate almost the whole pan by ourselves...rofl

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biggmamaCC May 04, 2010

I quickly sauteed some chicken and got everything else ready while waiting for the water to boil and cooking the spaghetti. VERY easy and oh so tasty! I used old cheddar, half yellow onion and half green onion (like the taste of them!), a can of mushrooms and no bacon. Made for Kittencal's Green event. Thanks Gailann! :)

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Nif April 01, 2010
Chicken or Turkey Tetrazzini