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Creamy White Chicken & Artichoke Lasagna

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You may never make regular lasagna again after trying this one—with shredded chicken, sun-dried tomatoes and artichokes in a rich, creamy white sauce.
25 min
50 min
12 servings
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It was different and that is what I wanted
This was great! I had a candle party with 8 women to feed plus my husband and 3 kids. A few guests even took a plate home. I grilled a whole chicken and deboned. I did not use tomatoes at all. I blended artichokes, tons of fresh basil, and garlic; along with the juice from grilling the chicken in the blender. Prep time was long but worth it!
Yummy and reheats great! Of course, I made some alterations and would make some more next time. I substituted chopped cherry tomatoes as sun-dried are so expensive. I also use no-boil noodles, which came out great. I would use more chicken and articoke hearts next time, so would probably have to add some more cheese mixture (maybe add cottage cheese!)
This was a HUGE hit with my family. It was enough for six people with leftovers. Kinda took me a long time to prep but I really wanted the chicken to be nice and seasoned and sautéed with garlic. I added lots of baby spinach within the layers along with fresh tomatoes as opposed to sun-dried. Was absolutely delicious but honestly, not too sure about the artichokes. I think next time i'll leave them out.
Loved it! My tweaks: ground chicken(2lbs) seasoned with Italian seasoning, fire roasted tomatoes, and an asiago, mozzarella cheese blend. Even the kids love it, they didn't like the basil on top just because the way it looked to them.
.This.was.delicious. My husband & toddler also loved it -- hubby even 'demanded' it be a regularly-made dish! I made a few changes to suit our tastes: pumpkin greens vs. artichokes, fresh tom vs. sun-dried, fresh garlic vs. powder, and parsley vs. basil. YUM!
This was so delicious and worth the calorie splurge. The entire family loved it. The only change I made to the written recipe is that I substituted spinach for artichokes since I really do not care for them. There is a substantial prep time for this meal but well worth it.
I made this recipe for a dinner party a few days ago and it was a HUGE hit! It was VERY yummy!! Buying a rotisserie chicken and shredding that was the way to go.
Everyone in my family loved loved loved this! I will be making it again.
I loved how easy this was. I'm not much of a cook so when I see receipes that require me to season or spice I stay away. This recipe I knew would be taste perfect with the ingredients I knew there was no way I could destroy it! I used the rotisserie chicken and it solved the moist problem because I used both dark and white meat.
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