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Wow. This was really great. I did substitute mayo for miracle whip(and used a lot of it), but other than that I followed the recipe by the book. I served this for our Bastille Day diner, and it was a huge hit. Even if I don't use as much mayo next time, I know it will be good. Bravo Ann B.

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College Park Crazy 25 July 15, 2014

We found this to be just so-so. I used boneless skinless breasts and boneless skinless thighs. They were very moist and tasted pretty good, but the texture was a bit off-putting. The (panko) breadcrumbs made a nice topping on top, but a slimy coating on the bottom. I think thee amounts of mayo and mustard should be cut at least in half. Maybe less breadcrumbs as well. Thanx for sharing.

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*Parsley* May 31, 2012

This recipe surprised me, I really didn't expect it to be as good as it is! I added some cooked crumbled bacon and used mayo because I don't like Miracle Whip, and we enjoyed it a lot. The top of the breadcrumbs were crunchy and had a good texture, and the bottom ones were softer without being soggy. It was a little salty, but I'm guessing that's the breadcrumbs I used. Thanks for posting this recipe, it is SO nice to have a yummy chicken casserole that doesn't use cream of mushroom soup!

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Rebeccalizzie February 24, 2009

I couldn't figure out if it was 375C or 375F!

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Chef#99999 January 09, 2009

My husband and I both weren't impressed with this recipe. We agreed that the chicken was very moist but we found the flavor boring. It is missing something. What? I don't know. Maybe curry added to the sauce would "sparkle" it up a little. Might be worth a try. Thank you for posting the recipe as others have enjoyed it.

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trick November 07, 2008

I have a similar recipe which calls for sour cream instead of Miracle Whip. Just thought I'd mention the variation here!

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Oolala June 15, 2005

Very good. I used Smartbeat fat-free mayonnaise dressing instead. For some reason, the breadcrumbs wouldn't stick on and they very un-presentable. I don't know if that's from using Smartbeat or from mixing the breadcrumbs into the mixture instead of dredging it into the breadcrumbs. However, they were very yummy leftovers.

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Chef Christine August 01, 2003

Mmmmmm, good recipe. This was very tasty. Reminded me a little of a chicken pie as it sort of forms its own crust. I replaced a little of the miracle whip with non-fat yogurt to reduce calories and used a different dijon than the brand stated. Enjoyed by all!

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dale! August 19, 2002

This is a real keeper! Easy & soooo tasty! This will be a family regular & I can't wait to impress my dinner guests. I made it ahead of time and popped it in the oven at the appropriate time & with no fuss had a tasty dinner with many raves by all!

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Judy Bass July 25, 2002

Very tasty, something I will definetly eat more than once:)

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Melissa Bell July 14, 2002
Chicken Dijon