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Made-Over Chicken Tetrazzini

Made-Over Chicken Tetrazzini recipe
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Named for an opera star, chicken tetrazzini hits a high note with its cheesy, savory sauce. Our version is a better-for-you choice.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
1/27/2008
Enjoyed, several people i let try it loved it as well. Very easy to make
posted:
1/19/2008
Creamy & gooey & delicious!
posted:
1/13/2008
Really Good!
posted:
1/2/2008
Did not care for this at all. The consistency was good, but it tasted strongly of the flour and was kind of bitter. The recipe needs tweaking before I'd make it again.
posted:
12/26/2007
Great recipe, husband loved it. I added salt and pepper to the veggies and chicken while they sauteed and also to the cream cheese sauce while it was reducing. Makes great leftovers too!
posted:
11/20/2007
SO good, I have made this several times and it always turns out great. I use whole wheat pasta and fat free cream cheese and it is still delicious!
posted:
11/15/2007
It's one of my favorite recipes! I love the red bell peppers and mushroom.
posted:
10/29/2007
Added extra parmesan for the salt factor and a little garlic powder. Husband and kids loved it!
posted:
10/24/2007
I made this recipe exactly as directed, with just a couple slight changes. There was about 1/2 cup liquid in the pan after cooking the veggies and chicken; I saved it and added the chicken broth to it. Why throw away flavor? Also, don't stir the flour right into the chicken broth. Mix the flour with a small amount of the cold chicken broth (to make a slurry) before you stir it into the rest of the sauce ingredients - keeps the sauce from getting lumpy. It also helps to melt the cheese into the chicken broth before adding the slurry. Finally, I used whole-grain pasta instead, as my husband is diabetic. Delicious, and not dry at all!
posted:
10/24/2007
I made this recipe per directions and it was very bland. My husband had to salt and pepper it to give it any flavor. I will make it one more time and do some of the changes others have suggested.
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