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VELVEETA® Easy Chicken Primavera

VELVEETA® Easy Chicken Primavera recipe
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Chicken? Check. VELVEETA? Yup! Veggies? They're here too. Bonus: This simple skillet meal can be ready in just 30 minutes!
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
6 servings, about 1-1/3 cups each
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posted:
9/27/2006
My family did not like this recipe. It was really easy to make, but wasn't very appealing to the eye, I guess. Doesn't hurt to try anything once.
posted:
9/26/2006
I didn't liked this recipe. It probably would have been better without the basil. I will try this again using salt & pepper instead. My one picky eater said it was ok, my kid that will eat anything with cheese in it said it wasn't good but if that was all I fixed he would eat it just to keep from starving. My husband said it was ok. I Like I said I will try it again without the basil & I will post again on how that turns out.
posted:
8/30/2006
It was great the first night, but it made a lot for my family. It was not as great for leftovers. If I made it again, it would be for a potluck where more people could enjoy it and then there wouldn't be any leftovers.
posted:
7/28/2006
I used the same recipe but the only thing i did different was add chicken cubes to the meal and the family loved it
posted:
6/14/2006
Creamy, warm, and delicious. We made this after walking home from a college football game and it was the perfect way to de-frost. Left out the basil, and put parm. cheese on top. Great winter treat.
posted:
5/24/2006
The dish was great! I did use extra velveeta and unfortunely, I didn't have tomatoes in the house. I really believe it would have been better
posted:
4/7/2006
Very tasty, quick, and easy. Everyone loved it including my son who doesn't do broccoli or tomatoes.
posted:
3/22/2006
This recipe was really simple, totally throw together, and tasted great! It was perfect with a loaf of garlic bread and a green salad.
posted:
1/11/2006
My wife was exstatic over this recipe. I did switch it up and added 1/2 lb. of shrimp with the chicken and also used Italian diced tomatoes instead of regular tomatoes. And one last option for you all. when I cooked my chicken, I used olive oil and on clove of minced garlic to give it just a little extra kick. Serve with a fresh bowl of Romano and feta cheese and ENJOY. My wife called it the "Bomb-diggity!:) hahaha
posted:
11/8/2005
Next time I make this dish I am changing a few things.. #1 Make everything seperate (not in skillet) and add them all together in the end. #2 Double the amount of cheese added to this dish. The 1st time I made this it was quite dry and needed a lot more cheese so I recommend doubling the cheese. Otherwise great!
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