The Pioneer Woman’s Chicken Spaghetti — Most Popular Pin of the Week

by in Community, March 23rd, 2014

The Pioneer Woman's Chicken Spaghetti - Most Popular Pin of the WeekRee’s chicken and spaghetti casserole is pure comfort food — and it’s also this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. She makes it easy by cooking all the ingredients in one pot, transferring that into a casserole dish and baking until the cheese topper becomes a bubbly. Don’t worry about twirling strands; Ree breaks the spaghetti into pieces beforehand for easy eating.

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Get the Recipe: The Pioneer Woman’s Chicken Spaghetti

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Comments (4)

  1. Lore Lyn says:

    FOOD NETWORK got on Paula Deans case yet they are promoting Garth Brooks WIFE after she took him from his wife and children ! ! ! And I can't watch the Pioneer Woman. I have never seen anyone get on TV with such stringy hair and someone who can't talk with out smiling the entire time, very irritating. Food Network take a look at your cooks. I don't think they are chefs by any standard!

    • Casey Cane says:

      Don't watch food network if you don't like any of the cooking shows. Period. To comment on Garth Brooks personal life is none of your business.

  2. najeebaansar says:

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  3. Dianne Shook says:

    My Chicken Spaghetti recipe is nearly the same as Ree's recipe except I make it with Cream of Chicken soup & a small can of mushrooms. Gives it more flavor.

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