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This was really yummy for us adults but not so popular with the kids. I spiced up the hashbrowns with some butter and seasoning salt and I left my chicken breasts whole instead of cut up in strips. I browned them first then put them on top of the other layers, poured soup on them, then sprinkled with cheese and baked for 30 - 45 minutes. I've made this twice so far. Really good!!
Great taste, easy to make, and a real crowd pleaser!
Fantabulous! This made a bunch. My 10x15 was full to the very top! Fed 16 and had left-overs! I thinned the Cr. of Chick Soup with 1/2 cup of Sherry. This is a wonderful recipe for entertaining. Thanks
We really enjoyed this, although I need to make only half of the recipe next time. I didn't have any cream of chicken soup so I used cream of mushroom soup. My kids loved this, even the picky one! We will definately have this again. This would be great to make ahead and pop in the oven after work. Thanks
This was good and pretty easy to make. I think that next time I wouldn't bother to layer most of the ingredients because the cream cheese stayed in chunks here and there. I'd rather combine most of these ingredients with the hashbrowns before baking. I added some garlic, black pepper, and paprika to pick up the flavor a bit. Overall, it was well-received. Thanx!
This was WONDERFUL! My step-son swore he HATED broccoli. I served him the casserole & asked him how he liked it. He said it was really good. I then informed him that it was loaded with broccoli. He just nodded his head, kept eating and then went back for seconds! As to my DH who eats almost anything and everything, he loved it enough that he DEF wants me to make it again. Thank you!
I took this to work for a pot luck dinner and it was a hit!! everyone wanted the recipe. i used CUBED smoked ham, low fat cream cheese, low fat cheddar cheese, instead of the swiss cheese (just don't like swiss cheese) and low fat cream of chicken soup. it was a wonderful pot luck casserole and a keeper.
This was perfect to make, divide into small double servings, and freeze for the three elderly people I cook for occasionally (my mom, his parents). They all loved it, and requested that I do it again! Only thing I changed:: I softened the cream cheese and mixed it with the warm sauteed chicken, as slicing seemed messy. Next time I'll try this with asparagus instead of broccoli, which I think will be a tasty variation.
This was so easy & sooo good!!! I didnt brown my chicken at all... I sprinkled the seasoning on chicken pieces & just threw it into the casserole. It was fine that way & quicker. I used swiss cheese & also mixed in colby jack & monterey jack, very yummy! I think next time I make this I will add in some bacon too.
We enjoyed this but not really enough to make it a regular dish. I suppose we much prefer the casseroless version :)