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To die for delicious. I just cook for me, so I used a 9 x 6-1/4 casserole dish. I winged it with amounts. One thing I don't think it needed with the larger baking dish was 1/2 cup of flour. I only used 2 tbsp (whole wheat) and mine thickened perfectly. I think 3 Tbsp. would have worked perfectly for the 9 x 12. Along with the whole wheat flour, I used no salt added stock (16 oz.), a little dry white wine (I use vermouth), and added more pepper, a little fresh parsley and dried tarragon, and I used whole wheat linguine. Can't wait to have it again tonight. This will be my go-to recipe for tetrazzini from now on.
I made this for a holiday potluck luncheon and it got raves from everyone. I added a little extra celery and used unsalted chicken stock but otherwise followed the recipe. I was wondering if anyone had tried it using some white wine - thinking I'll do that when I make it next time.
Great recipe to use up leftover turkey. Very easy to throw together. I'll be using this over again at Thanksgiving.
a very flavorful and suprisingly elegant recipe - and easy to prepare...while the fettucine was cooking, i sauteed a chicken breast in butter for ten minutes. putting the breast on a cutting board and adding a little additional butter to the drippings, i sauteed double onions (no celery for me) for five minutes; then, in the same skillet, i sauteed fresh, sliced mushrooms until they gave up their juices. the balance of the preparation was per the directions. and was it good.
Very yummy use of leftovers! I had cooked chicken in the freezer & extra multi-grain spaghetti noodles from last night. This was the perfect way to use them up. :) I did have a hard time getting my cream cheese to melt, it took a lot longer than 10 minutes to get this ready for the oven. Next time I'll break the cream cheese into even smaller pieces (this time it was 1/2" cubes) and keep the heat a little higher to make it go faster. Other than that, it was great. Thanks!
very nice, easy comfort food. Cooked up some chicken tenders, and used fresh mushrooms. made this the day before, and re-heated in the microwave. the recipe is easy to follow and gives 6 big serves. thanks charmie777
This was really good. I used fettuccini instead of spaghetti, but otherwise I did it all the same. Great recipe! Thanks!
Great recipe Charmie using things I always have around. I haven't had tetrazzini in years and it was Dugan's first time. I was looking forward to leftovers but he raided the fridge for a late night snack and ate it. Grrr.
I had made a beer can chicken earlier in the week and needed to use up the leftover chicken, so I decided to make this for dinner. This was delicious!!! I didn't use the celery as son doesn't like it. I used fresh baby portabella sliced mushrooms and sauteed them with the onion and did add some minced garlic. My son went back for seconds. Thanks for posting a great recipe!!!
We went wild over this the first night and the kids visiting the next day went nuts over it again. All I added was fresh mushrooms sauted in garlic and some parsley. A keeper. Thanks Charmie.