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Great casserole & got a thumbs up from everyone! Will be making this again - maybe even for brunch! Thanks.

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petretta February 19, 2012

Delicious, definitely saving this to my recipe box. The extra step of breading and browning the chicken is worth it for the added texture and flavor. I did not find it too salty, perhaps the range of experiences here with salt depends on the type of ham used. I also added some chopped, cooked broccoli. Next time I might add some carrots and onion. Great recipe as is, but it's also flexible for whatever you have on hand.

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SoChic October 16, 2011

Great easy dish! I followed the recipe (without breadcrumbs to reduce carbs) but threw in some broccoli to add some color. I think next time I'll add more veggies like cauliflower and zucchini and use salt reduced ham or soup as it was a bit too salty for my taste. Thinking of trying this with tuna instead of chicken next time. Great base recipe to experiment with.

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bukgrl September 10, 2011

The recipe was very delicious! I will definitely make this again. The only problem I had was the amount of time it took for the prep work. Maybe it's just me?? But, cutting everything to "bite size" and browning the breaded chicken a little took about 15 minutes for me. But...other than that, it was great! :D

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slgtrueblue September 08, 2011

This was delicious! I tried to lighten it up a bit by using reduced fat swiss cheese and healthy request cream of chicken soup and it still came out so decadent tasting. I halved the recipe since I was only making it for two, and I used the other half of the cream of chicken to mix in with hot egg noodles and served the casserole over them. So simple yet so delicious! I probably won't make it all that often since it's pretty unhealthy but it's a fantastic comfort food meal for every now and then :-)

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PatriotsGirl September 08, 2011

Bravo! My family was skeptical of the dish (as always when I try new recipes) but upon first bite, compliments were all I heard between bites. I added a little bacon (we live in Portland...we like bacon) and sprinkled some blue cheese crumbles on top. I dropped a star rating because this recipe does not warn in it how salty it is. I would definitely make it again, but get reduced salt everything! Thanks for sharing!

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mirespada August 01, 2011

This is a great recipe. I would make it many times again. Thank you

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nhredhead_65 July 03, 2011

Very good... also added Italian bread crumbs. Thanks a lot.

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mmacmu1 June 21, 2011

Made as shown and realy enjoyed the recipe. Adding wine does nothing for the overall flavor of such a dish except make it taste like vinegar has been added. Will also make my own soup next time as I too dislike the commerical soup aspect. Served over homemade baking powder biscuits and with asparagus with lemon juice and parmesan cheese.

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jkduffy1200 May 25, 2011

My husband's favorite birthday dinner is chicken cordon bleu, so I was excited to find a recipe that has the taste, but not the prep time of the traditional method. It was a hit! We had another family over, and my friend's husband asked me to give her this recipe. I added some garlic powder, pepper, and salt to the breadcrumbs, and used italian breadcrumbs, but other than that, I followed the recipe. Thanks for the time-saver!

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Alaska Grown April 10, 2011
Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole