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Great recipe!! I used jarred pesto, rotisserie chicken and jarred roasted peppers all from Costco. Easy to make and my kids loved the meal also. tip: if using jarred roasted peppers, make sure they are well drained and then pat dry with paper towels. It saves time for those busy families on the go!

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Evac January 26, 2010

yummy, easy to make and the left overs the next day were even better

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dianna619 May 24, 2009

I made this recipe because of a recommendation from KateL at the Best of 2008 Cookbook tag. I can see why she recommended this yummy recipe. It has a really wonderful combination of flavors. I love the roasted sweet peppers with the basil pesto. The recipe is a cinch to prepare, especially by using a cooked rotisserie chicken. I used jarred Classico basil pesto and roasted sweet peppers marinated in oil. I skipped the black olives this time, since I didn't have any on hand. I can imagine that kalamata olives would be perfect in the recipe. Note: This recipe feeds more than 4 people...probably up to 8!

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LifeIsGood March 01, 2009

Easy and delicious. Nice change from typical red sauce or alfredo sauce.

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Dan in Raleigh, NC October 26, 2014

Very simple and delicious recipe. I did use chicken breast fillets from the freezer, cubed, seasoned and fried, otherwise as recipe. Lovely meal, a pleasure on busy weeknights! Thanks for sharing! Made for I Recommend tag game.

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Karen Elizabeth March 26, 2014

I used whole wheat linguine to pump up the health aspect, What a tasty and easy recipe!

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cecilpmiller_12138546 February 08, 2011

Love this recipe! The first time I made it I used spiral pasta instead of fettucini, roasted my own pepper, and didn't have olives so used capers instead. I liked the capers because they weren't as "in your face" as sliced olives so a little easier to get my non-olive eater husband to eat and still have the tangy flavor of olives. This time I'm making it w/penne pasta and chicken breasts from a package that I seasoned w/some salt and pepper and Italian seasoning that I plan on slicing thin. We'll see how it goes!

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miriamt6 November 09, 2010

I made this last night with homemade pesto and roasted peppers from the freezer. I added 3 fresh tomatoes to the mix. We liked it, but thought it could use another 2 tomatoes and maybe peppers and onions rather than just peppers. I had to omit the olives because my husband will not eat them. I will definitely make this again.

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JMMOELLER September 30, 2010

I made this tonight only adding marinated artichoke hearts... loved it. Easy meal for a busy day!

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FlyingAngel September 28, 2010
Fresh Fettuccine With Pulled Rotisserie Chicken, Pesto, and Roas