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Creamy Chicken, Bacon & Tomato Pasta

Creamy Chicken, Bacon & Tomato Pasta recipe
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This creamy, cheesy chicken breast and pasta dish is even better with tomato and bacon. (Bonus: It only takes 20 minutes to make, start to finish.)
20 min
20 min
4 servings, 1-3/4 cups each
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This was a hit in my household. I would recommend more sauce and more cheese. It was a little dry and if you are having leftovers it is a lot dry.
Delicious as is! The Parmesan is awesome on it!
This is really good. Have made several times.
Very good, my whole family enjoyed it.
Oh Wow!! What a GREAT recipe that you can add stuff to to make it super delicious. I made this today and between three of us, plates were licked and leftovers started fights. I used chicken broth instead of water, doubled the cream cheese and omitted the bacon. SUPER EASY and fast. 20 minutes tops. Parmesan sprinkled on top after really was the icing on the cake. I used shells instead of bow-ties, holds sauce better.
I used a little more bacon and a little less chicken. It was good and lighter than most sauces.
This is a great quick fix dinner, especially when you have your chicken already made up ahead of time. I did use 8 oz cream cheese, garlic salt & omitted the bacon. My family loves it (and so do I)! Thanks for the great recipe!
I will use this recipes again. But it is base for a pasta bake. I added extra cream cheese like noted in others review. And it was just ok. I took the left overs and added 1/4 package of cream cheese to an 8 oz can of italian seasoned tomato sauce and 1 cup of Italian shredded cheese. Then when heated topped with cheese and more bacon crumbles and finished cooking till melted. Boyfriend said this is the way it should have been made the first time. I did add mushrooms and extra seasoning when cooking the chicken the first time.
This was so good. I made it last night with leftover chicken thighs, Ro-Tel tomatoes with green chilis and I used 3/4 cup low sodium chicken broth instead of water to make up for the smaller can of tomatoes. I served it with linguine too. This is the kind of dish you can change up the pasta and protein every time you fix it.
This was so yummy! And it was pretty too. I've made it a few times. It's easy to throw together at the last minute.
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