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The "cornbread" on top is bland. I'd us a real cornbread recipe and put it on top instead.

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Paris D February 19, 2009

We really liked this recipe - something different with chicken is always good to find. The topping is really good - the kids thought it looked like a twinkie. They really liked it; even if it wasn't a giant twinkie.

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Chef-slim January 18, 2009

This is a very good recipe. We also want to cut back on the fat content in our diet . Very tasty dish!!!

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Muddyboots March 14, 2008

Thought this was a great Core recipe. My 79-year-old mom loved it too. I did multiply the proportions x 3 or 4 so I could use whole cans of beans/Ro-tel tomatoes. Also just added whole egg to the topping due to time and it was very good, but probably not as light as with egg white. I also was out of chicken broth and just used water and upped the seasonings; and used part shredded chicken and part canned chicken breast. I made it spicy and served it with fat-free sour cream on top. A winner!!

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HeidyluvsCH November 06, 2007

Very good, made with ingredients I usually have. I didn't want to heat up my kitchen, so I did the final cooking in the microwave, which worked just fine. Thanks for posting!

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pattikay in L.A. August 14, 2007

My husband has just found out that he had to cut down on fat. He..like a lot of Okies is a solid meat and potato guy. It has been really hard to find things that he likes to eat but this recipe fit the bill. Has a wonderful flavor and we didn't miss the beef at all with this. I would highly recommend!!!

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Country Cook in Oklahoma June 20, 2007
Chicken Tamale Pie for 2 (Ww Core)