5 Reviews

Nice alternative to using a purchased sauce without much fuss. Made for an easy week night meal. I used fat free half and half, but might use the full fat version next time for more flavor. Will definitely make again. Very tasty!

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Princess Pea May 29, 2010

This recipe is definitely worth all five stars plus 2 thumbs up! I ended up making two different pans - 1 for us with the ravioli as directed and pan 2 for the kids. I did everything the same for them except omitted the ravioli and used egg noodles instead. I did add some freshly ground pepper to each pan as well. One wants it for school lunch tomorrow. :) This was easy to prepare and yet it can be fancy enough to serve for the "important" guests. We will be making this again. Thanks for a keeper! Made for the February 2009 Aussie/NZ recipe swap.

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Chef on the coast February 05, 2009

I had some frozen ravioli and the idea of making another tomato-y sauce just did not appeal to me. I found this recipe and it turned out great! I used turkey bacon and I cooked the ravioli (since they were frozen) separately in some chicken broth before putting it all together. I also added some black pepper and stirred a bit of the parmesan into the finished product before serving... I think this would also be great with mushrooms and/or little peas mixed in. Thanks for this!

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Foxgirl June 03, 2008

I loved this! So creamy! So easy! I did add extra bacon, thanks for a great recipe ; )

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RecipeNut March 03, 2008

this was a quick meal that was very easy to make. I made it for my boyfriend and i and we both enjoyed it. it took no time at all!

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Meredith #3 October 12, 2007
Creamy Chicken and Ravioli With Bacon