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I made this tonight with some adaptations. We don't care for raw(ish) onion and celery in dishes like this - so I opted to lightly saute them in a pan with butter, and then additionally added broth to cook a little longer from the chicken I had boiled. I doubled up on the recipe so I used the entire chicken I had cooked the previous day. (I have a large family of boys.) My husband doesn't like chips in recipes so we omitted that - and for the cheese I used a combo of colby-jack.
I substituted sour cream for the cream and added cooked rice- about 2 cups. Although it was very good, I think I will cut down on the onion next time. It was very strong. I also think I will try walnuts or pecans in place of the almonds. Overall, this is really good and I will definitely make it again. Thanks for a great idea!
I also left out the cream and next time would either add cooked rice, as someone else mentioned, or use less mayonnaise, as it was a bit too rich. Very tasty and extremely quick and easy!!
My husband loved this! I used a roasted chicken from the store and it made prep super quick. He totally wants me to make this again, his only request is more cheese and chips on top (one of his favorite parts). Thanks for the awesome recipe.
Husband gave this a perfect score. I left out the celery and almonds and used sour cream instead of the cream; also added about 1 cup of already cooked rice. I didn't have cooked chicken, so I used frozen chicken tenderloins and cooked them in the sauce for about 30 minutes at 400*; then I added the potato chip and cheese mixture, reduced the heat to 350* and let it cook another 15-20 minutes. Thank you for giving me kudos at the dinner table! ;)
well thought out meal with everything but veggies. Add some legumes to it and it will be a simply delicious meal.
Easy and delicious. Thanks.