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This is excellent. Only thing I would maybe try is instead of bread on the bottom. I would try hashbrowns or slice potatoes. That way it could pull some of the salt out. Don't add any extra salt to this. But it was great and easy too!! Thanks

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Connie Gervais March 05, 2002

Mark, and excellent dish. I had very good results with this. I made the dish like you said, and it was sooo good. Easy to put together. When I make this again (and I will) I am going to try puting buttered dry breadcrumbs on the bottom to see if it comes out with a 'sauted' taste. I will let you know how that alteration comes out. Thanks for posting this one!

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Miss Annie July 02, 2002

This was easy and very delicious. Thanks Connie for the potato tip. The sauce was great on the potatoes. Next time I make it I am going to try shredded hashbrowns because my sliced potatoes did not get throughly cooked. My cream cheese was soft and I could not cut it so I mixed it with the soup. It turned out great. Thanks for sharing this recipe. It is a keeper!!!

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Tiffanee March 20, 2002

This was great. Easy to prepare and a nice presentation. I also did not use the bread. I love rice so I used 2 cups of cooked rice as the first layer. I was afraid it might be a little dry so I covered the casserole for the first 30 minutes. It came out great!

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kjane July 23, 2002

Very tasty. I used white bread, private selection virginia baked ham from the deli (which I chopped up fine like you would for a ham omlete), and only about 3/4 of the 8oz pkg of cream cheese. I used block Kroger brand cream cheese and it was not that easy to slice thin. Next time I think I would use thin sliced french bread, packaged canadian bacon, and blend soup with cream cheese. Oh I also used brocoli SPEARS. I would use chopped brocoli instead. Only cause the spears took a little time to arrange. Beautiful dish that tastes wonderful.

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Scott Keith August 21, 2002

I used pre-made Italian bread crumbs the second time, but this was delicious!

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RobinBird July 18, 2002

Very good. I like Cordon Bleu, but usually don't prepare it because of the time involved. It was very easy and just as good as the traditional variety. It's definately a keeper!

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Bertha C. July 14, 2002

This is a great dish, I used the fresh shredded potatoes on the bottom of mine and I loved it! Makes plenty so be prepared for leftovers if there are only 2... Reheats good though. Very simply and the swiss cheese and ham makes the dish@@

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anngie mattox April 22, 2002

Delicious and SO easy !!!! :) Peggylou7

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Grandma Peggy July 17, 2002

Great, easy recipe. I used frozen hashbrowns instead of bread, and my husband loved it.

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Stefi July 10, 2002
Cordon Bleu Casserole