I'm giving this 5 stars, but I did make several adjustments to the recipe. I used fresh chicken cooked and diced myself (seasoned the chicken with garlic salt and onion powder, cause otherwise, the recipe has no seasonings). Also, I thought it was such a waste of fat and calories to cook the Ritz in a stick of butter, so I just crumbled them on top, sprinkled on some onion flakes, and sprayed the top with Pam to keep from burning. Cooked at 350 for 30 minutes, and it was perfect. I absolutely LOVED this dish! Thanks for posting.
Great tasting casserole. Very simple to make. My whole family devoured it. Thanks for posting this lovely dish.
This casserole is wonderful! I had lots of fresh broccoli left over from a party, so I chopped and used it instead of the frozen broccoli. I also had 3 left-over roasted chicken breasts which I used in place of the canned chicken. I didn't have quite enough cottage cheese on hand so I used some sour cream along with the cottage cheese. I was out of Ritz crackers, so I used saltines instead. I love a bit of curry flavor, so I added 1 tsp of curry powder. Since I used fresh broccoli instead of frozen, I baked the casserole about 10 minutes longer. This recipe is good enough to serve to company! My husband kept saying, "This is good...this is really good!"
Wow! This was really good and very easy to throw together. I cut the recipe in half and diced a huge cooked chicken breast because I wasn't sure if we would like canned chicken. Also, I used regular crackers and tossed them in a bit of olive oil. It turned out great! I served it on penne. Made for Kittencal's Chef's Pick. Thanks Misa! :)
Loved this casserole! I made it using cooked chopped turkey that I have in my freezer, I also added in 1 teaspoon garlic powder and some cayenne pepper, thank you for posting this great casserole recipe Misa!