Gluten Free Chicken Etti

I am always looking for a quick, easy, INEXPENSIVE gluten free meal.  I was watching a rerun of a Duggar episode and saw Anna making Chicken Etti.  I thought hmm that could easily be made GF or in our case Gluten reduced as there are trace amounts of wheat in cream of chicken soup we buy that doesn’t seem to effect either A or Ronnie. I start my meat for supper in the afternoons after playtime, or during a nap IF A actually takes one.

CHICKENFor this recipe you need 2lbs of cooked cubed chicken which i baked covered in a small amount of water, which you need to save.  Then you need to boil 1lb of pasta (16 oz) (I used gluten free rotini but regular rotini would be fine. )  ROTELWhile the pasta is cooking place your cream of chicken soup, rotel, and velveta in a pot and heat stirring constantly until cheese is melted.

SAUCE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drain your pasta, add chicken, and sauce mixing together until pasta is covered evenly.  Next place in a baking dish, sprinkle 1/4 cup of water left over from chicken over top of casserole, cover with shredded cheddar and bake @ 375*F until cheese is melted.

ETTIBAKED

I topped with Sour Cream, it is NOT part of the original Duggar recipe but it added some nice flavor, Hubby doesn’t like sour cream so he went without.

Total this entire casserole cost $9.26 and will last us at least two meals each. Everyone thought it was a hit and we will certainly be adding it to the Recipe box!

Ingredient List

2lbs Cooked Chicken Breast

1sm can Rotel (or generic)

1lb Velveta Cheese

1lb(16oz) pasta cooked

1 can Cream of Chicken Soup

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