Velveeta Cheese & Cream Of Chicken: Jill Duggar’s Latest Recipe May Cause Nightmares

Jill Duggar Recipe Chicken Spaghetti Velveeta PP
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Dec. 25 2018, Updated 1:14 p.m. ET

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Jill Duggar loves using cream of chicken soup in her cooking, and her latest recipe is no exception. The former Counting On star shared a concoction called “Keller Chicken Etti” on her blog this week, and fans were horrified to see its two main ingredients: the infamous cream of chicken and one pound of Velveeta cheese.

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Jill shared the recipe on her blog and attributed it to her sister-in-law Anna. “My sister-in-law (Anna) and her family (the Kellers) made this recipe for us when they came for a visit many years ago,” Jill wrote. “It’s super delicious and easy when you’re looking for a recipe that’s easy to multiply for a crowd!”

The recipe contains spaghetti, milk, diced tomatoes, chicken, and of course, cream of chicken soup and Velveeta. Fans on Instagram, where Jill posted a link to the recipe, were horrified.

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“Disgusting as usual. Do you have an aversion against actual cooking?” one follower wrote, while another slammed, “So gross. Velveeta and canned soup-like-product. That's not cooking or a recipe. It's dumping crap in a bowl. Yuk.”

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Some fans offered Jill a few suggestions to lighten up her meals. “Adding some frozen veggies would be an easy and frugal idea,” advised one commenter.

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Others guessed Jill was intentionally posting a recipe she knew might be a bit controversial. “I'm beginning to think you are trolling your followers with all these food pictures that look like glue. Every time I see what you cook I crave fresh, colorful vegetables. Thank you for inspiring me to eat healthy food. #eattherainbow,” they quipped.

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Some were even on Jill’s side. “This is a classic comfort food in the south-especially in Texas. I promise it’s actually really good. The critics can bug off ?,” said a fan.

What do you think of Jill’s “chicken etti” recipe? Sound off in the comments below.


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