I made this for a potluck last weekend , and everyone went nuts for it. The only change I made was that , before adding the cheese, I stirred in a couple of tbls. of flour, which thickened the sauce a bit. I had 14 people here. I made 1 1/2 X the recipe, and ended up with about 1 serving left. People went back for thirds!
Great! I made this for a Halloween party, and I was nervous to see how it would turn out, but it was amazing! I added an extra jar of sauce and a few cloves of garlic, and added the noodles to the crock when it was ready to be served. Everyone said it was amazing, even the picky ones! I will definitely make this again, and reccommend it!
This turned out very well. It was plenty thick enough. I wonder if those whose sauce was too thin noticed that the last hour of cooking is supposed to be with the lid off? That might be why their sauce didn't thicken up. I used a 3lb bag of tenders and this recipe served 7 as a main entree. Next time I will double the sauce and use a 4lb bag to serve 10-12.
It was Ok - I used only 2/3 of the cup of milk and it was still exteremly runny. But the taste was great! I'll definately repeat it - but I have to figure out how to thicken the sauce.
This was very good and we didn't even use the pesto. It only took 4 1/2 hours on low with the chicken being half frozen. I would leave out 1/2 cup milk next time because the sauce was a little too runny. But all in all it had a great flavor and was SO EASY! THanks! Mandi
I have a crockpot that is super hot and I can never trust it. Using frozen chicken breasts did the trick! I actually cooked them according to the recipe and after 6 hours, they were beautifully moist and tender. I did not cook an additional hour, but sprinkled cheese on the chicken breasts and served with pasta. I used a dry pesto mix and was able to adjust to our family's taste. Thanks for a keeper! KCShell