Unfortunately, this was a flop at my house. It was pretty bland and tasteless, and I was the only one who ended up finishing my plate. To be fair, I've never made a chicken souiza bake before, though, so maybe that is what they all taste like?
This was pretty good, but I would like it to be spicier. I added the whole can of green chiles instead of 2 tbsp, but I think I might try it with rotel in lieu of some or all of the creamed corn. But then I am a Texan and a spicy food addict. LOL! If you like the sweetness of the creamed corn and cornbread, you will probably LOVE this.
Edited to add: I took this to a party at work today and it was a pretty big hit. Like I said, if you like the sweetness of it, you'll love it! :-) I put picante sauce on mine. ;-)
We have made this twice already - once to ourselves [to try it out] and the second to serve to guests. Amazing! And the hubby loves it too. This is excellent and such a keeper! Thanks so much for the recipe.
Delicious casserole! The family enjoyed it topped with with sour cream and picante sauce. I used 2 eggs in place of the egg substitue, an etire 4.5 ounce can of green chilies and leftover bbq chicken (meat from 2 breasts and 2 legs). It was very much like a "cheaters" tamale. I'll make this one again and will take it to a potluck because you are right - it would server a crowd! Thanks Little Bee.
It was ok, but not everyone loved it.
uh my god i loved this soo much
We loved this one! Other than using one egg instead of the egg substitute I followed the recipe. Very tasty!!
I'm so glad I tried this recipe because it is absolutely delicious! Used two whole eggs in lieu of the substitute, and one fresh jalapeno pepper instead of the canned chilis. Can't wait to have some of the leftovers for lunch; it is so savory and truly a "comfort" dish!
This was good! I love the combination of flavors and it's simple to throw together. The only change I made was using 2 eggs instead of the egg substitute. I'll be having the leftovers from this for lunch at work tomorrow.
This turned out really good. Unfortunately, I didn't have a can of chile peppers so I used a jalapeno diced. I knew I'd be missing out on some of the flavor that the chiles with their liquid gives, but I'm sure my hubby liked the heat from the jalapeno. I used chicken off the bone from a roasted chicken I picked up at the store. I added a bit of hot sauce to the sour cream mixture since I felt I might be lacking flavor without the canned chiles. I served it with guacamole...then leftover lime that I had from making the guacamole...I squeezed a little bit on top of each piece of the casserole before serving...it added an extra little kick. Can't wait to try it with canned chiles. Thanks!!!