Made this last night for supper, It was soooooo yummy! :-)....... Delicious sauce, I love recipes that call for wine....I cook with wine in most of my recipes, so when I saw a casserole with wine, I decided to give it a try, I certainly was not dissapointed....very good recipe Tish, thank you for posting, This is a keeper:-)
We loved it the first time. But the next time I substituted 1 c. parmesan for one of the cheddar cheese and only put one cup of cheddar cheese. I'm a big parmesan fan. My kids loved it.
Very yummy! I made this recipe to use up leftover Thanksgiving turkey. I didn't have any wine, so I left it out. I also used noodles in place of rotini, because it's what I had on hand. I used more than 2 cups of noodles--probably around 4 cups--I just covered the bottom of the pan. And I used about double the topping and included some walnuts for half of the crackers. Thanks for sharing!
Tastes yummy! I used an 11x 17 pan and added extra crackers on top. I used Sam's canned chicken (2 13 oz. containers) and it worked out fine. You could add bacon to make it even yummier!
My entire family absolutely loved this, and that never happens! Made as directed, and will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Tish, this was so good. I had left over spaghetti pasta in the frig so I used that instead of the rotini pasta and it worked well. Since there's only 2 of us, I was able to not only freeze half of it, but also freeze two small single servings for my 87 year old aunt. I served it with sliced cucumbers, warm french bread and french cut green beans.
Very good dish. Extremely rich and cheesy. This would be good with other cheeses as well. I was thinking of trying it with pepper jack next time. This is a good way to use up leftover chicken and really is like a very rich mac & cheese with chicken. Would be good with broccoli added. I did have to put the sauce back on the heat for a few minutes to get all the cream cheese melted. I think I used a little more pasta as well but there is a lot of sauce so it worked out fine. Thanks for a great recipe!