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This is one of those recipes that was created when it was time to make dinner, I wasn't sure what exactly I was going to make so I pilfered what was available in the pantry and fridge. Threw it all together, hoped for the best and summoned the troops to dinner.

Everyone loved it.

This recipe served 8 people with leftovers. Scale it up or down as needed.

Step 1: Assemble Your Ingredients

Olive Oil
Garlic
3 Chicken breasts (I used boneless skinless breast meat, but you can use whatever chicken you have access to)
1 box of whole wheat ziti pasta
8 oz sour cream (it was an 16 oz container but it was about half full)
2 cans of your favorite "cream of" soup (the first time I made it I used cream of potato soup. I just made it again to get the photos I needed to post the instructable and I used cream of broccoli soup this time)
half and half (used to thin out the sauce to desired consistency)
approx half of a large bag of frozen mixed veggies

Step 2: Prep the Chicken

I cut the chicken breast into bite size chunks.

In a large frying pan I combine the olive oil, minced garlic, and cut up chicken.

Step 3: Start the Pasta

While the chicken is cooking, bring the water for pasta to a boil and add the pasta to the water.

Step 4: Making the Sauce

Combine the sour cream, "cream of" soup, and half and half and mix until blended to the consistency of your liking.

Once the chicken is cooked add the sauce mix to the pan.

Allow the chicken and sauce to simmer together so the flavors combine.

Step 5: Finishing Touches

When the pasta is getting close to being done, add a bag of the frozen mixed veggies to the sauce and allow the sauce to continue to cook.

Drain the pasta.

You can either serve the sauce over the pasta or mix it all together and serve it casserole style. I prefer it casserole style personally.
Sounds amazing! I love pasta, especially creamy pasta :)
It is super tasty and really easy to make ... I usually start my pasta and chicken at the same time and the sauce is done by the time the pasta is cooked. <br><br>I think the thing that I like most about this recipe is that by changing the &quot;cream of&quot; soup you can completely change the flavor of the dish. It is a very versatile &quot;quick and easy dinner&quot; option

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