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Chicken Vegetable Marinara

Chicken Vegetable Marinara recipe
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Slices of fresh zucchini and carrots ramp up this cheesy bacon-infused marinara. Your kids will love every bite. You'll love knowing it's a smart eating option.
40 min
50 min
4 servings, 1-3/4 cups each
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This could easily be a vegetarian recipe by omitting the chicken and adding beans. We kicked up the vegetable content by adding squash.
This recipe was easy and fairly tasty, but I probably wouldn't rush to make it again. I found that the cooking time was a good 15-20 mins longer than the recipe says.
This recipe is good at best. I did not love it and I probably will never make it again unless I modify it quite a bit. It really didn't do much for me flavor wise so next time I would add onion and/or garlic. I don't understand the purpose of the bacon either. There wasn't enough to really do anything to the flavor because the marinara totally overpowers it. You should either omit it or quadruple the amount the recipe calls for. A tip about the pasta: make sure you use rotini and not another type or the cooking instructions will not work, the pasta will either take too long or cook too quickly.
Very tasty! My one year old loved it. A good amount of prep work but was worth it.
This was VERY tasty. Leftovers hold well in refrigerator. Portion size was HUGE!
I did not use the bacon and added squash instead. We loved it, and the kids even ate it. I probably added more sauce, pasta, and veggies than the recipe called for. Very good!!
This is soooo yummy! It's one of our favorite healthier recipes. I used twisty pasta so it did take about 10 mins. longer to have the pasta get tender. I will make this again often!
My family liked this recipe and I liked that there were some veggies built in. We used zucchini that had been frozen which I think made the sauce a little thinner than it should have been. I would maybe marinate the chicken in some Italian seasoning for a little more flavor.
This was a great dinner and made great leftovers too. I omitted the bacon and used 1/2 stick of margarine for the fat instead. I also used a full jar of pasta sauce, extra pasta, baby carrots, and extra zucchini.
Very good though I would add some onions and garlic as I'm cooking the chicken. (It was a bit bland but would work well for kids I'm sure.) Instead of zucchini, I might use some squash or eggplant next time (or add it in with the zucchini.)
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