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Bow Ties Florentine

Bow Ties Florentine recipe
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Very simple and very tasty.
posted by
 a cook
on 6/6/2010
time
prep:
10 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
5/5/2009
Unfortuatley my grocery store did not stock the Asiago cheese so I subsituted for a 5 cheese blend and added pepper to the recipe and my husband and I loved it.
posted:
2/21/2009
Very bland flavor......will NOT make again.
posted:
1/26/2009
AMAZING full bodied flavor, I prepared again without chicken and my family loved it!
posted:
12/10/2008
I wanted to see it for myself, and yes it was bland.... adding salt and pepper was just enough though! I cooked the chicken in a salad dressing for flavor too.
posted:
11/25/2008
Loved this recipe. I noticed all the comments about it being bland so I used chicken that was marinated in an italian style marinade and added a little pepper. This was very yummy.
posted:
11/15/2008
It's edible, but pretty bland. Wouldn't recommend.
posted:
11/6/2008
I really liked this pasta. It is super easy to make and good as leftovers too! I would add pepper, salt, and additional favorite seasonings but other than that it was great.
posted:
10/9/2008
This recipe was pretty bland. I added the garlic and italian seasoning like others suggested, but it was still bland.
posted:
6/15/2008
I have made this several times & it has become one of my family's favorites. I use mozzarella cheese & 1 can of spinach (drained well) instead of the frozen kind. I also added a clove of garlic, some dried basil & some dried thyme. Great flavor!
posted:
8/17/2007
Really Great as a meal by it"s self. Hey if you want to step it up a little, like the lady said, put in some garlic. Try marinating your cubbed chicken in some zesty italian dressing at least an hour before cooking. Awsome!!!
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