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Southwest Pasta Skillet

Southwest Pasta Skillet recipe
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What happens when you add a creamy sauce to chicken, tomatoes, corn, and pasta? You get a tasty Southwest-style skillet dish, courtesy of Route 66.
25 min
25 min
6 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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It's good, not superb, but good. The cream is pretty rich, more than I expected. Good flavor though. The diced tomatoes cooled off fast so with every bite you might have warm noodles/cream mixed with cold tomatoes. Didn't care for that. My 2 year old tried it and had several bites, which is a plus but we are still awaiting the husbands verdict. My guess is he will say good but not to make it again. I could go either way but I don't see us craving this one.
Easy to make and doesnt take long. I used chicken thighs instead so the chicken was very soft.
Very quick and yummy
Tasted great and the family loved it! The only thing I did differently was I had no corn on hand so I used a yellow bell pepper as well. Turned out great!
I made this after a long day at work, and this recipe was quick, simply, yummy! Everyone in the family loved this, and we will make it again! Thank you Kraft!!!
I made this about a month ago for my fiance and I and it was delicious! I didn't have the montery jack cheese I only had cheddar so thats what I used but it was so good. My fiance ate two helpings. It had a bite to it but I think it was from the philly creme. Defintly make again.
I made this recipe and it was amazing. So much flavor and nice and creamy I would highly recommend this recipe.
Very tasty added a lil salsa and red pepper for extra kick.
My family likes spicy food, so I substituted 2 cups medium chunky salsa for the tomatoes. I also omitted the corn and substituted a can of black beans, rinsed and drained. Finally, I used Kraft 2% shredded Mexican blend cheese instead of the full-fat variety. My boys loved this recipe - I will make it again the same way. Oh - one more thing - I sprinkled the chicken with southwest seasoning before cooking it. It added a lot more flavor.
I made this skillet tonight and was pleasantly pleased by the outcome. The whole family enjoyed it and I can't wait to try the other flavors. Reading the other rater's reviews, I will try it with Rotel next time for a spicier kick. Very good and the coupon you all offered for a $1 off made it very affordable.
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