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  1. Leslie Hill

    We love this easy recipe, I have also made it substituting the chicken for equal quantities of mixed chorizo and pancetta which adds a great twist.
    Great website! Also very useful to give conversions for the cup measurements which we don’t use in the UK

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  2. Judy

    I am sorry for tweaking this lovely recipe the first time. I am grateful for coming across this dish. I am a grandma of a 4 & 6 year old, who I am attempting to broaden their horizons with food. If I never see another chicken nugget, Mac and cheese, or ground burger spaghetti recipe again, I’ll die a happy lady. What I did was bloomed a pinch of saffron to a 1/4 cup of warm chicken stock, finally diced a link of smoked sausage (andouille), and a 1/4 of frozen peas. The “lttiles” loved it, and I am adding this delish dish to my small but growing family friendly meals. THANK YOU SO MUCH!

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  3. Finnie

    Thanks for the delicious recipe. I used drumsticks (8). We only had one cup of orzo in the cupboard so I used that plus one cup of pearl (Israeli) couscous. Also threw a few capers on top with the parsley after cooking. Otherwise just as written. A big hit!

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  4. Alicia

    Favorite recipe to make for my kids and I. My two year old is so picky but this is a meal he will actually enjoy. Thank you for sharing! ❤️

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  5. Christine

    You state 12 oz of Orzo (2cups). 2 cups is 16 oz. please confirm if 12 oz or 2 cups is the correct measurement as I am sure other factors such as , the stock, tomatoes, etc. will make a difference also. Thank you

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