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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.
20 min
1 hr 10 min
4 servings
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Just a suggestion - use partially thawed chicken tenders cut in half (the long way). It's MUCH easier to slide the tenders into the manicotti shell!
I love this recipe and make it often. Last night I decided to mix it up, I used 1 pound of ground turkey for the chicken, and mild enchilada sauce for the chicken soup. I left out the brocolli and added green onions and olives...........kind of a mexican manicotti!!! My family loved it and I will be making it again:)
This recipe was very easy and delicious!
Great dish! Easy to prepare. I followed the recipe except I used fresh broccoli and it came out great!
I took the suggestions from other members here, and it turned out so-so. The taste wasn't the issue, but the mechanics of it were. The chicken fell out very easily when trying to plate the dish. The soup-ish mixutre was a bit runnier than I imaged. I should have used more cheese. I cooked the noodles ahead of time, as well as he chicken, so I was able to cut cooking time in half. I should have remembered to use less water as well. I added spices to the chicken, and fresh chopped parsley to soup mixture. I added garlic to the dish as well. Hope this helps!
This is an awesome dish that the kids can help make. They love stuffing the pasta shells.
Excellent! Easy to fix! Everyone loved it and there are never leftovers! I double the sauce as it makes it creamier.
I did enjoy the recipe. The only thing I would change would be 2 cans of soup. It didn't cover the manicotti. And the top part of the manicotti was dry and chewey.
Ha Ha! I totally left out the water when I made this - it still tasted good but I kept thinking it needed more sauce. Can't wait to make it again - only the right way!
This recipe was great. I never worked with manicotti before because I thought I would break it or rip it, but it was so easy and so good. I made it for my parents, of which my dad doesn't like green foods or anything new to the menu. He LOVED it and even had thirds. I am eve making it for my husband tonight!
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