aka Chicken Spaghetti. It’s a casserole. I make a lot of casseroles?
Why? My dad hates casseroles. Probably has something to do with being on an aircraft carrier during the Korean War. So, I never ate them growing up. I actually remember the first time I ate a casserole; it was at my best friend’s house and her mom had made Tuna Casserole. I thought it was the most delicious thing I had ever eaten. I was hooked.
I married a man who also loves casseroles. We raised kids on weekly casseroles.
When I discovered I had Celiac Disease and could no longer eat anything with gluten if I expected to live, I began converting family favorites into gluten-free recipes.
When I discovered that nutrient-depleted foods may have caused my problems, I began incorporating methods to add nutrient-dense foods into everyday recipes.
Today, my gluten-free, nutrient dense version of Chicken Tetrazzini. The full recipe will be at the bottom of this post.
Bake 15 minutes covered and 15 minutes uncovered, until top is lightly browned.
As Julia says, Bon appetit’