Chicken Pasta bake with Cream of Tomato Soup

Chicken pasta bake with Cream of Tomato Soup

This used to be my most favourite Tuna and Spinach tagliatelle dish of all time.  Then I became allergic to fish and moved to the UK where spinach tagliatelle are hard to come by so I had to adapt…

When I was little my mother often made this very quick and simple fish dish on those rainy Saturday afternoons.  It was my ultimate comfort food; I never could get enough of it.

Nowadays, I have to adapt the recipe if I want to stay alive!  I just wish Spinach tagliatelle is more easily available here in the UK (on its own and not mixed with regular tagliatelle).

Ingredients

200g Pasta of your choice, cooked to al dente
200g chicken breast, boiled in salt water and shredded
1 tin Cream of tomato soup
1 Onion
300g Plain cottage cheese
1 ball Mozzarella cheese
Salt and pepper to taste

Method

Pre-heat the oven to 200°C.

Slice half of the onion in rings and chop the other half finely.

Mix the cream of tomato soup with half of the cottage cheese.

Mix the soup-mixture with the shredded chicken.

Layer the chicken mixture with pasta in an oven-proof dish.

End with a layer of pasta before spreading the remainder of the cottage cheese over the top.

Finish off with onion slices and torn mozzarella.

Bake in the oven for 25-30 minutes until it is golden on top.

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20 Comments on “Chicken Pasta bake with Cream of Tomato Soup

  1. The chicken pasta looks delicious! Oh man, I’m sorry to hear about the allergies. Glad you found an alternative tweak to the recipe. The onions look delish! Thanks for sharing :).

    exquisitely.me

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    • Aaww thank you Nancy! Having allergies suck so much especially since I used to love tuna and salmon and prawns… I love baking the onions on top with the cheese.xx

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  2. This sounds so good! I love all pasta things haha. I would miss out on the mozzarella cheese though – it can be a bit of a pain not liking cheese haha. I’m sure it would still be delicious 😀

    Amy,
    https://creativenails.uk

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    • It will definitely still be delicious – the only reason why I’ve put the mozzarella in was because my husband bought a massive amount from Costco and I had to use it before it went off 😂😂

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