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This was really good! I added cooked bacon and 2 T fresh basil. I topped my dish with shredded Parmesan rather than grated, and it formed a really nice crust. I had no need to double the sauce as a reviewer suggested--using 8 oz, or half a box of spaghetti--was the perfect amount. I wouldn't bother to buy parsley next time; I didn't think it added anything. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Delish! DH went back for seconds, which is a true compliment. Easy and quick to put together. Served with green beans and roasted red peppers. Thanks for sharing
I had plenty of chicken leftover from Crock Pot Whole Chicken (highly recommended recipe, btw) and was looking for something to make that wasn't "pot pie". I had reservations about making this for my family as this is outside the norm for them. Well, with a few minor modifications (without changing the recipe entirely), it was a real crowd pleaser.
I read the reviews indicating that the finished dish was dry. I too found that after making the sauce that it was a bit thick (even without putting it in the oven). So, I did increase the liquid significantly. I didn't have wine (def try that addition next time).
I ended up doubling the garlic, I really think it needed it and also added more lemon juice to brighten the flavor. This was all after I follwed the recipe and tasted the finished sauce. I didn't do the final baking step (felt it was fine without, they were hungry too). By the time the pasta had cooked, the sauce seemed to have thickened up a bit again, so I added a ladle of hot pasta water (before draining) and it was perfect! Used Angel Hair Pasta, btw.
I was met with initial strange looks for serving this, but I'm happy to report that they loved it. We will be serving this again as my husband said "Make sure you keep that recipe!" :0)
Served with http://www.food.com/recipe/snap-peas-in-brown-butter-396620
We really enjoyed this. Based on other reviews, I increased the liquid a bit, using 1/2 cup each of whole milk and cream, instead of 1/2 cup of half & half. I also topped with some crumbled bacon. This is a nice easy recipe for a weeknight dinner with a green salad, and is easy enough to get the kids helping with the preparation.
We loved this chicken spaghetti. It was so creamy and good. Will make again soon. Thanks for posting.
I loved this! The sauce is really amazing. I used whole milk and not half & half to cut the cals and didn't have time to bake it (hungry kids), but I couldn't stop tasting it as I was waiting on the spaghetti. My my kids liked it and my one-year-old had seconds. I will definitely put this one in our rotation! Thanks for posting.
My family loved this dish! And since we're eating more healthier, we opted for whole wheat spaghetti instead. Also, I seasons my chicken breasts with Old Bay, McCormick's Garlic & Herb, and a little pepper prior to throwing them on the George Foreman grill; then I'll dice them. The after results...Ghetto-fabulous!
This was delicious. I didn't mind at all that there were no tomatoes, the creamy sauce with cheese and seasoning was delicious and you can't go wrong with spaghetti and chicken! The addition of paprika and a little extra cheese before baking was great although I'm not sure the parsley after baking added much. Still, we'll definitely be making this again!
Just didn't like the flavor.