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Chicken-and-Artichoke Lasagna

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This comforting twist on lasagna is a great way to use up leftover chicken.

Source: Everyday Food, December 2012
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How would you rate this recipe?
  • MS10210404
    25 FEB, 2014
    I really like this recipe. I cubed about 2 lbs of chicken cutlets instead of pulling chicken to save time. Also, I upped the amount of marinade I put on the breadcrumbs because I felt 1 tbsp wasn't really going to do anything. Other than that I make as directed and it is really tasty. The base is pretty much the same as pot pie without carrots or peas, so, yes, it does have a pot pie type flavor. The only reason it is a lasagna is because of the layering. Overall, yum!
  • Mikey Smith
    10 FEB, 2013
    I'm surprised by the negative reviews! I was worried it might be bland,but I did not find it bland AT ALL! I did throw in some grated pecorino-romano and that made it even better, I think. If the sauce is too runny, whisk it more-- it does take more than a minute to get it to thicken. I never review recipes, but I wanted to add my input on this one.
  • Morgan Leigh
    16 JAN, 2013
    Average is kind. This recipe was bland. easy, yes. Boring, yes. Tasteless, yes. I wouldn't make it again. Oh, and it's not a lasagna by any stretch of the imagination. Don't get anyone's expectations up...simply call it what it is--casserole.
  • jkm246
    11 JAN, 2013
    Just made this for dinner and it was incredibly average. The chicken mixture had too much liquid so it was a pretty bland, runny mess. I agree with the poster that said it tastes more like chicken pot pie than anything. Probably wont be making it again.
  • mayflower0506
    18 DEC, 2012
    This lasagna was so easy to make and absolutely delicious. Without cheese it is light yet satisfying at the same time.
  • giuliab
    3 DEC, 2012
    So good and quick to throw together. Added a squeeze of lemon to the artichoke and chicken mixture and served with parmesan cheese.
  • harris1
    2 DEC, 2012
    This is an easy "comfort food" recipe. Not a traditional lasagna yet so fantastic. I would not add any salt. The marinated artichoke hearts are salty enough. I did add 3/4 cup whole wheat bread crumbs (packaged) as I did not have the time/bread to make "real" breadcrumbs. I will share with family, friends and make it for company. Delish!
  • Beth Taylor
    29 NOV, 2012
    This was quite good. Easy to make and a good non dairy lasagna. Reminds me a bit of a pot pie. Husband thought it was OK as he thought the artichokes made it too tangy. I personally love marinated artichokes so I enjoyed it.

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