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VELVEETA® Broccoli Chicken and Potatoes

VELVEETA® Broccoli Chicken and Potatoes recipe
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Here's a great dish that comes together in a skillet—complete with chicken, broccoli, chunky hash-browned potatoes and lots of cheese!
10 min
30 min
6 servings, about 1-1/3 cups each
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good flavor, but the texture is more like a thick stew. the potatoes get mushy. everyone liked it though.
We loved this recipe! I have 2 suggestions, (1) use a bigger pot, not a skillet, and (2) melt the velveeta and cream of celery in a seperate pan and then simply pour over the chicken, broccoli, and potatoes and toss to coat. It will save you time, and will keep the potatoes from becoming mashed potatoes. I also added more broccoli then called for (about 4 cups fresh). We love it both ways though!
my family liked this recipe because it had a different taste. It was good but not one of there favorite, but I would make it again.
I added mushrooms, onions and corn. Instead of water, I used low sodium chicken broth. It was great!
I cooked it like the recipe said (unlike most, I did use the nutmeg and cream of celery), and added some fresh chopped celery and it was awesome. My girlfriend and I both loved it and will make it again, will probably use fresh potatoes next time because the frozen potatoes got mushy.
I used the hashbrowns that had onions and pepppers in them so it added alot of flavor.. I didn't use the nutmeg and only used about 1/2 of the can of soup (cream of chicken) because that was what I had on hand. (The patotoes did get mushy...)
It turned out a little soupy so next time I will add in more hashbrowns, otherwise it was pretty good.
This was pretty good, I used leftover rotisserie chicken so the texture probably wasn't what it was supposed to be. Also the frozen cubed hashbrowns were a bit mushy. Used fresh brocolli. The overall flavor was good. If I make again I will use cubed chicken next time and fresh potatoes instead of frozen. I think they would hold up better. Also I think cream of chicken soup would be better than the cream of celery, just my personal taste.
This recipe is fantastic. Easy to make, tastes great.
Good but I think it would taste much better made with cubed ham instead of chicken.
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