wow! my husband loved this! and it was so easy! i had to forward it on to my mother
loved this cooked this for a dinner party everyone enjoyed it thanks for the great recipe
I liked the flavor of this dish, even though it seemed to be missing something as I stirred it up. I substituted 1/2 box of stuffing for the breadcrumbs as Teresa Lynn suggested and I do think this helped to bulk it up some. I also used small red potatoes and left the skin on some of them which added some texture. I will be making this again. Thanks!
This was very good Miss Annie! I used a frozen thawed turkey breast that I had in my freezer in place of the chicken, added in some minced fresh garlic with the onions and omitted the rosemary. I also added in a can if cream of chicken soup along with about 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese that I mixed with the soup before added in. I made this for a late brunch for DH and myself, and served it with a side salad, we really enjoyed this... thanks for another winner!...Kitten:)
I found this to be a very delicious and easy dish. I followed the recipe except for the Rosemary. Didn't have it so I added a pinch of basil. I used milk instead of the half & half and I added a can of Campbells Cream of Chicken soup. It was creamy and just like the title, ' A Country Casserole'! The family loved it and I will be making this again. My only change this time will be to try stuffing on the top instead of plain bread crumbs. I think that this will add to the dish. I thank Miss Annie for submitting this fine recipe! :) Teresa Lynn