Cheesy Italian Spaghetti

"a different taste to spaghetti. A spaghetti dish with vegetables, chicken, and seasonings. You also could substitute ham for the chicken. This is an excellent dish. It would be easier if you broke up the spaghetti first. Spaghetti will never be the same. Worth trying."
photo by Sara 76 photo by Sara 76
photo by Sara 76
photo by Sara 76 photo by Sara 76
Ready In:
1hr 5mins
6-8 spaghetti dishes




  • In a large skillet, saute onions, celery, and bell pepper in the margarine.
  • In a large bowl, combine onion-pepper that was just cooked, and the seasonings,spaghetti, chicken, sour cream, and alfredo sauce and mix well.
  • Fold in peas and half of the mozzarella cheese.
  • Spoon into greased 10x14 inch deep casserole dish, and bake covered at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.
  • Remove from oven and sprinkle remaining cheese over the dish.
  • Return to oven for 5 additional minutes.

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  1. Noo8820
    What a fabulous recipe!!! <br/>This proved to be a real hit in our household....especially with the children, who don't really like creamy based sauces!!<br/>I used a mixture of chicken mince and chopped chicken, which worked really well...and only used red peppers, and skipped the celery.<br/>I recommend that the peas are totally defrosted, as mine weren't quite there, and therefore the end result was a little runny, but we didn't care, and it tasted absolutely wonderful.<br/>Served with salad and crisp garlic bread....totally delicious!!<br/>The children ( aged 6 and 8!!) even told me that I could definitely make it that's an endorsement!!<br/>Made for PRMR.
  2. Sara 76
    This was amazing! A huge hit with my kids! I will be making this one again! [Made for PRMR]
  3. Sydney Mike
    Pretty much made this as given, thought I did dice the veggies pretty small & broke the spaghetti into about 3-inch pieces! Made with shredded chicken breast, this is a wonderful new way for me to serve both spaghetti & chicken! Thanks for sharing this great recipe! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
  4. Margie99
    I really didn't expect this to be that good since it started with jarred alfredo sauce that I am not so fond of. Well, it was so much better than that. My family was not so fond of the peppers but I am sure that if I added veggies that they enjoy more it would be a hit. I didn't use the frozen peas instead I added some shredded zucchini to the veggie saute. i used ham and we would like to try it with chicken. Made for Went to the Market Tag. YUM.
  5. bluemoon downunder
    Yummy one dish meal and oh so suitable for freezing so, with this in mind, I doubled the recipe and I'm so glad to have done so. Like KITTENCAL, I just had to add lots of garlic and I used unsalted butter rather than margarine as I prefer it in cooking. Loved the peppers in this: I used different colours, which certainly added to the aesthetic appeal. I prefer to stay with the more Italian herbs so added rosemary, thyme and sage to the Italian herbs and omitted the cilantro which I prefer in more Asian-influenced dishes. I did, however, add some cumin (about 1/4 teaspoon) which I find blends really well with herbs, and I used freshly ground black pepper both because I love it and also because I've never actually bought white pepper! Perhaps it's the kinaesthetic grinding element that I just cannot resist? Very clear instructions, but I didn't break the noodles: bad feng shui! Thanks for a very tasty recipe, weekend cooker that, once my freezer stockpile has all been eaten, I'll certainly make again. On this occasion I made it with chicken, but I think that salmon or tuna would also be excellent. And I'd also like to add some minced onion and chopped leeks. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders.


  1. Kittencalrecipezazz
    very good, I add in 2 tablespoons fresh garlic when sauteeing and 2 teaspoons red chili flakes for heat, I omitted the cilantro and used butter in place of the margarine, next time I make this I would reduce the sour cream to half, I used fresh ground black pepper, I did not have any thin spaghetti so I used regular and that works out fine, thanks for sharing weekend cooker, my family enjoyed this!


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