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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!
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.
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.
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! : )
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
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!!
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!
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. :)
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!
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.