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Chicken Italiano Skillet

Chicken Italiano Skillet recipe
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Say hello to your new go-to chicken dish. A mac and cheese mix comes together deliciously with Italiano-style vegetables in this fast and easy skillet.
time
prep:
35 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
4 servings, about 1-1/2 cups each
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posted:
9/17/2009
YUCK! This seemed like it would be good but came out badly. I made it all correctly and it even looked good but certainly didn't taste good. No one in my family liked it and it went to waste. The texture of the mac and cheese sauce with the tomatoes is almost slimy. Too bad. Definately a never again recipe.
posted:
9/14/2009
quick and easy. I used crushed taco flavored tortilla chips and ate as a salad.
posted:
9/12/2009
I liked it. Calling it Italiano is a stretch without adding garlic, basil, oregano - at a minimum. I have made it using 28oz of diced tomato, two onion, garlic, dried basil, oregano, marjoram, sage, thyme, rosemary (italian seasoning) and a 1-1/3 cup water.
posted:
9/11/2009
Quick and easy to make.......I used home canned tomatoes and the extra juice was needed as it was dry after I put on the cheese.......will definately make again....
posted:
9/9/2009
kids enjoyed!!
posted:
9/7/2009
It was really good! I think it needed more sauce so I will add to it but besides that it was awesome!
posted:
9/2/2009
I really liked the idea just didn't like the way it came out. Maybe I would have liked it more with ground beef rather then chicken.
posted:
9/2/2009
Very good and easy to make i usually always have the ingedients on hand
posted:
8/9/2009
Thought it was pretty good but not good reheated as leftovers. I'll have to try to adjust the recipe next time or invite more people over for dinner! :)
posted:
7/31/2009
I used onion and mixed vegetables. Cooking the pasta in the tomato juice really gives it a unique flavor - would probably also be good with ground beef rather than chicken.
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