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Creamy Bow-Tie Pasta with Chicken and Broccoli

Creamy Bow-Tie Pasta with Chicken and Broccoli recipe
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Neufchatel cheese is added to spaghetti sauce, tossed with pasta and broccoli and served with chicken breasts simmered in a robust dressing.
10 min
25 min
6 servings, about 1-1/2 cups each
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Not a good flavor at all.
I hated the Tomato-Basil sauce it's not a very good flavor
So good and so very easy. I took the left overs to work for my lunch and my coworkers were all wanting the recipe!
I have made this several times. I use deboned chicken thighs instead and chicken breast and I cut then in about 1 inch pieces. Would highly recommend this recipe
I loved this recipe! I thought the bow-tie pasta worked great with this. I used traditional Prego sauce and just garlic seasoning and it turned out great. I think the cream cheese is what really makes the taste. If you want it with more of a kick, you could try adding different spices or extra dressing. I used the pre-cooked, pre-cut chicken and mixed it in the sauce while it was heating. I will definitely make this again since it's something different and fast.
This was OK. I think next time I will add vodka to the sauce, so it's a "pink vodka sauce". It seemed to be missing something magical though...not sure what. I'd love to see if others have suggestions of what to add to make this dish awesome.
Our family LOVES this recipe...we fight over who gets the leftovers! My two suggestions: be sure to use a smooth sauce, not a chunky one. Also, you don't HAVE to cook the chicken whole. Since you end up cutting it up anyway, it cooks faster if you cook it already cut up in pieces.
This recipe was really good, but a little saucy for me. Next time I will add more pasta, and maybe more cheese. Broccoli and peas were really good in it too. My husband and son both enjoyed it!
Very quick and easy, and super tasty. Kids and very picky hubby all had second servings!
We love this one! The first time I tried it I used chunky pasta sauce--BIG mistake. Make sure to use smooth pasta sauce. Also, maybe I'm doing something wrong, but the chicken always seems to take a LOT longer to cook than the recipe says, so I end up using a lot more dressing to keep the chicken from sticking & burning.
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