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Wonderful and quick. I had all the ingredients on hand except for the Durkee onions but it still was an excellent dish. It was so nice to be able to throw everything in a casserole dish and have a one-dish meal ready in no time at all. I added a salad and we were all set. Thanks so much, Trisha.
This was just OK for us. We thought it lacked in flavor. I followed the recipe exactly as written but we thought it needed a lot of salt and pepper and probably some garlic and onion. Hubby didn't like it at all but the kids and I thought it was OK. Maybe if we used hash browns with peppers and onions it may have been better for us too.
Trisa, Love this simple recipe--it has become a favorite with my son & husband--it also freezes great--I always make 2 so one can be thrown in the freezer--(just leave off durkee onions and potato chips untill ready to pop from freezer to oven)
Fast and easy comfort food!
This was good. I think I'd like to have the chicken pieces a little larger the next time I make it. I have a potato casserole dish that is very similar to this (minus the chicken) -- so my husband was a little surprised to find chicken in the dish. I'm sure it would be great with ham as well.
One of the best recipes I have seen on recipezaar! I used southern style hashbrowns since I am not fond of shredded. I plan to make this often!
Oh My but this was good!! I only made minor substitutions-- the potato chips were the cheesy Pringles, and the onions were French's fried onions (in the can?). Love love love it!! This is definitely going to be a repeat meal for my husband and me (with a salad to complete the picture)! And the leftovers were even better!!
This was just the dish we needed for this damp cold day in March. I have never used hashbrowns for a casserole and it was a nice change from noodles or rice. Followed directions exactly but did find it only took 40 min to reach the bubbling stage, could have been my casserole dish was larger then required. Taking some of this to work with me tomorrow.
I totally messed up on this one. Forgot rule number 1, and didn't read the directions all the way through. Just piled everything together, like a regular hashbrown casserole. Even added the crushed potato chips to the mixture. (Used the Pringle, sour cream and onion brand) Baked it an hour, stirring twice to nicely brown the casserole throughout, added more crushed chips and Durkee cheese onions, for the last 7 minutes. Might just always make it that way. It was a keeper.
Without a doubt this qualifies as a Hornorary Minnesota Hotdish. Crunchy on the outside but creamy on the inside. I threw in a can of french cut green beans (drained) into mine to make this a complete one dish meal. Bill