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Excellent! Subbed cream of celery since the DH can't take mushrooms. I didn't have any of the plain yogurt in the house, so I used 3/8 C low-fat sour cream and 3/8 C light mayo with great results. Definitely a keeper.

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Misa February 03, 2008

This recipe is high in sodium. I will not be able to make this recipe.

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Chef#530327 February 02, 2010

This is a very easy dish to make. I'm a pretty hesitant baker (more confident on the stove than in the oven) so I was nervous about this, but it was easy and SO good. My husband and I both had to have seconds. Though for our family it serves 8, not 6. Also, in the directions it didn't say to add the ranch mix, but I added in the soup mix as I assume that is the right way of it.

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Auggy December 03, 2007

I gave this 5 stars. My family really likes this casserole. The copy I have came from Refund Sweepers. My copy is slightly different no onion, cream of mushroom soup, yogurt, mayonnaise, cheddar. The amounts are slightly different 4 Ib boneless skinless chicken breasts - browned in skillet, 1 Ib tater tots, 1 can cream of celery, and 1 pkg Hidden Valley Ranch Dry Mix, and milk. The rest is the same. The oven temp is 375 bake time is 45 minutes then remove foil and bake 20-25 more minutes. I can't wait to try your recipe sound yummy! THanks for posting a yummy recipe. Thanks christine (internetnut)

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internetnut February 05, 2007
Chicken and Tater Tot Casserole - Healthier Version