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Shortcut Chicken Manicotti

Shortcut Chicken Manicotti recipe
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Pass up time-consuming and go straight to delicious with this Shortcut Chicken Manicotti! It's got it all—and that includes cheesy broccoli and Parmesan.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 10 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
5/30/2008
This was a ''BIG'' hit at my home. I have given the recipe to several of my family and friends. I did season the chicken before I put into the shells and I also added some hot pepper cheese along w/the velveta, kicked it up a notch, plus, the second time I made it I added allittle white wine,,Just make sure you make extra sauce,so the shells are covered completely. and don't cook it at too high of temp. I used 350*,,,mmmm,,,mmmm
posted:
5/27/2008
Very boring.
posted:
5/12/2008
This was a delicious recipe, but had to be cooked an extra 20 minutes b/c nothing was done after 50 minutes. There wasn't enough sauce to cover the noodles, so that's why they didn't get done. If you rotate the noodles half way through cooking time, that might help. We'll probably eat this again, but with a few revisions.
posted:
5/10/2008
LOVED IT! A few suggestions: #1) Make extra "sauce" to ensure that the noodles are completely covered. (I think it helped prevent exposed noodles from getting tough - Plus, you'll appreciate having extra sauce & broccoli when eating it!) #2) The first night we tried this, we ate it right away (as soon as it came out of the oven). It was good, but seemed a little runny. The next night we ate it as left-overs, and it was AWESOME! I think letting it sit over night helped the sauce thicken up, and allowed the flavors settle in. My suggestion would to either let it sit for a while to thicken, or make it ahead of time and just heat it up for a quick dinner one night. Either way - This made for an easy, delicious dinner and will definitely be added to my "Go-To" dinner rotation!
posted:
5/10/2008
I substitued the velveeta with pepperjack velveeta. And i used seasoning on the chicken. The pepperjack velveeta is difficult to find, usually at walmart though. This is one of the best things i have ever made!!
posted:
5/5/2008
My hubby LOVED it (and I did as well!!!) I was a bit hesitant because my darling husband isn't a pasta lover, but he raved about this dish tonight. So we'll DEFINITELY be making this meal again!
posted:
4/29/2008
It was not very good taste. All of my family dont like it at all. I will not make this receipe again.
posted:
4/28/2008
my family loved this and it was so great that you don't have to cook the noodles first! So easy to stuff!
posted:
4/26/2008
I USED A COUPLE THAWED CHICKEN BREAST SLICES AND FRYED THEM IN A FEW OF MY FAVORITE SPICES MRS. DASH LAWYERS AND THE SUFFED THE SHELLS. I THINK IT WOULD HAVE BEEN REAL PLAIN WITH OUT THE SPICES. TURNED OUT REAL GOOD
posted:
4/24/2008
This dish was okay, not a fav in my household. Won't make it again but worth a shot.
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