10 Reviews

I make this all the time now at least 2 times a month its great for football Sundays or in my house Hockey night Saturday easy and good.. I have used almost every type of pasta but bow tie I like penne..

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Hardwareman January 04, 2011

I made this about a month ago and my husband and I really liked it! I did follow some of the changes that others suggested. I didn't use any chicken broth and I used the frozen 3 pepper and onions mix that I had in the freezer. I also added a little more cajun spice. It was so good that I'm going to make it again tonight!!!

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nmbcruncher February 18, 2009

I didn't use any broth and this turned out great. This is almost a duplicate of Garfield's, only missing mushrooms, pepperoni, and grilled chicken. I added pepperoni slices to mine. Perfection and I didn't have to pay restaurant prices!

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SuperJoku July 15, 2008

I made this recipe and was extremely disappointed in the sauce. I don't like jarred Alfredo, so opted to make my own quick version (whole milk thickened on stove w/ flour + 1 c. parmesan), and added this to the broth, undrained tomatoes, etc. The chicken was great, but the sauce was like water. I ended up straining out the chicken, peppers, and tomato bits, then mixed this with red sauce I had on hand. This new version was actually really good. I liked the overall idea of the recipe, but will make changes next time.

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lbibbey June 13, 2008

Good- but I made a few changes. I added more cajun seasoning, and used a frozen blend of 3 colors of peppers and onions (in place of red pepper). I skipped the chicken broth. I layered grilled chicken strips (southwestern seasoned- spicy!) over top the cooked pasta and sauce, which was good and took the heat level up a notch. Overall, I'd probably make this again my way, but as written it would be a little bland for my family. Thanks for sharing!

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AmyMCGS October 20, 2007

I made this last week in the crockpot. I followed the recipe exactly and found it was too much liquid. I ended up adding about 3 tbs of cornstarch to thicken. The flavor was ok, my bf like it alot. Maybe I'll try again but cut chicken broth in half.

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pinkie August 23, 2007

I really enjoyed this dish!! I was a little hesitant after reading the last review but decided to go ahead and try it! I do agree that the dish is a little watery and I had only added 8 oz of chicken broth instead of the full 14 oz. I used plain diced tomatoes so halfway through the cooking I decided to saute an onion, 2 cloves of garlic and 1/2 jalapeno and added them to the crockpot. I also added some cayenne near the end of the cooking time. The chicken was really moist! I left the chicken breasts whole and cut them up at the end. Thanks for sharing the recipe!! I would definitely make this again!

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eillena June 20, 2007

The sauce was to runny had to add cornstarch. Not to impressed. Will not make this again.

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petensherry June 14, 2007

A delicious slow-cooked meal! We love the flavors in this dish and it was oh so easy to throw together. Thanks for sharing!

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Lainey6605 May 10, 2007
Slow-Cooker Cajun Chicken Pasta