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I understand there is a "right" way to make this, and an "easy" way to make this. I have two small kids... I choose, "easy".

I made the veloute sauce. I sauted maybe 15 min. total. I added some Tyson Frozen Grilled Chicken. I then added the cream (or probably 2% milk is more accurate), tabasco, and green onions. I then stirred the pasta in.
I made the tomato sauce... sauted maybe 15 minutes (I made it in the same pot that I had just made the pasta in!).
I then sprayed the pan, added the pasta combo and the tomato combo, gave it a swirly stir, and topped with cheese. Delish (and only 1 pot, 1 pan, and the baking dish) and quick.
Thanks for the recipe!

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MelissaO' November 07, 2012

Okay, don't just stand there in front of the buffet table. Let's get the line moving...and yes, I did make the Parsian Chicken Pasta. Made for All You Can Cook Buffet--Special Event Tag.

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gailanng July 31, 2011

This is not a quick recipe, but it is delicious. Our exchange student had thirds! I used a whole box of pasta. Otherwise, followed the recipe as written.

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jane49423 February 02, 2011

Wonderful recipe! The only thing I changed was I made a little extra of the Veloute sauce, as some had mentioned. My whole family loved it and we even have leftovers--YAY! This wasn't overly complicated either...the worst thing was having to use so many pots and pans. We will definitely keep this one to make again! Thanks for posting! : )

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jewlmaker May 20, 2010

This was great! i didn't use a lot of pasta since it was just the 3 of us eating. I also used the little bowties, i like them better. I didn't make two layers like in the instructions because there was hardly enough red sauce so i just made one layer. I wish there would have been alittle extra of the veloute sauce! The green onions were ok in it but I started picking them out after about half-way through my plate. We all had seconds! And my 11 y/o DD says I should write you that it was FANTASTIC. My hubby was impressed and thought I made it up. Thanks so much

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Shawn C March 03, 2010

This was so GOOD!! It tasted italian, but not the "usual". I had to sub chicken bouillon and water for the broth (which made it kinda salty for our taste, the broth will be better). I also ran out of real cheese so I used grated (in the can) but would much prefer the real stuff. Thank you so much!!

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kellychris February 15, 2010

For us this was OK - the kids and I thought it was rather bland (we would have rated it a 3) BUT my husband really liked it so we split the difference. Thanks for posting!

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Tamaretta September 13, 2009

Yummy! Altered a bit by using 2.75 c skim milk with 2 t chicken bouillon instead of the 2 c chicken broth and 3/4 c cream. I didn't have any cream. I think that may be a way to reduce the calories as well. We are big eaters. This served four not eight. :)

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DriveThruDodger August 30, 2009

Lots of ingredients with lots of flavor, which makes it well worth taking the time to make it. We enjoyed it down to the last bite!

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ItalianPrincess3 August 25, 2009

Followed the recipe as written and made six individual casseroles rather than one larger one. The only change I might make in the future is make a bit more of the creamy velvet sauce. Made for ZWT5.

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Julie B's Hive June 01, 2009
Parisian Chicken and Pasta