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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!
30 min
30 min
6 servings, about 1-1/3 cups each
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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.
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.
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.
I used the same recipe but the only thing i did different was add chicken cubes to the meal and the family loved it
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.
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
Very tasty, quick, and easy. Everyone loved it including my son who doesn't do broccoli or tomatoes.
This recipe was really simple, totally throw together, and tasted great! It was perfect with a loaf of garlic bread and a green salad.
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
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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