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Besides the spicy tomatoes, I found this rather bland. Very easy to make, but lacking in flavor.
I loved this! The kids are still a little undecided about it though. I topped it with shredded cheese in the oven & then garnished it with sour cream, olives and chopped tomatoes. I never would have thought to put Rotel and mushroom soup together, but it was great! A nice change of pace from all of the enchilada bake recipes you find on here. Thanks for posting!
Delicious! I used regular hash browns, instead of the squares since that was what I had :) I loved it! Especially with a dollop of sour cream - I'll definitely be making this again. After making this a few more times, I substituted fresh shredded potatoes for the hash browns - I let them brown while I cooked the chicken. Also delicious!
this turned out very good. i used 2 10 ounce cans of rotell and a whole roasted chicken from the store. i think it was close to 2 1/2 cups, maybe more. i used an 8 1/2 x 11 inch silicone pan which i think prevented the potatoes from crisping up on the bottom maybe. it would have been better if they were crispy. i actually think this would even be better if the bottom layer was just black beans instead of potato cakes and better for you too. next time i make it i will try it that way instead. thanks for such an easy and quick recipe, we will make this again for sure.
The family thought this was okay. I made it as is, and think it would be better with the addition of sour cream, maybe some olives, & onions. It was pretty good for just ingredients you have on hand. Thanks so much for the recipe!
Great recipe! My fiance recently came down with pancreatitis, so I have been looking everywhere for low fat meals that will be easy for him to digest without pain. Because of that, I used regular hash browns, fat free chedder cheese, and only half the can of Ro-tell (to cut down on spiciness and acidity). Even using half the can made it pretty spicy, but we really enjoyed this dish. With the changes, I would estimate that a serving would be less than 4 grams of fat. Thanks so much for this recipe!!
My hubby really enjoyed this! I thought it was pretty good also. It is a little bit on the spicy side though. I choose not to feed it to my 5 year old and 16 month old cause of the spice. We served it with white corn tortilla chips, which added the perfect touch. So easy to make!!
This was a wonderful dish! My kids are picky, they don't eat much of what I cook anymore because I've gone healthy and lowfat, but this was gone fast! I made this dish exactly as written for 6 servings. Was very easy to make. I myself like alittle more spice, but since the kids ate it, I will not change a thing!
We had this for dinner tonight, and it went together very quickly. I doubled the recipe, but only used one can of tomatoes, due to tomato-hating children. This has been put into the meal rotation! Thanks so much! Made for PAC Fall 2007.
This is pure comfort food. I worked late, and just didn't feel like an elaborate, dish dirtying dinner tonight. This was so fast to toss together and while it cooked I got a little much needed "down time". Served with a dollop of sour cream on top-Perfect! The flavors are so big for such an easy dish, with just a few ingredients. Thanks for sharing Chef Pot Pie. Nick's Mom