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My family thought it was very good. Thanks!
This was woonderful! I doubled the recipe and added just a bit of garlic salt to it (which I do to dang near everything *lol*) Comlpetely forgot the breadcrubms for the top, but will try them next time...and I can't wait for the next time! YUM!
Wow! Delicious! My family loved it! I thought this would be great with some peas in it, but my daughter doesn't like peas, so I made some frozen peas and served them on the side, and mixed on my plate. The peas did add a nice touch if you like them.
I thought this recipe sounded good when I read it, but a little bland for my family's taste, so I made a few changes. I sauteed up one onion, one bell pepper and one clove of garlice. Once they were softened (about 10 minutes or so) I added a 4 oz. can of sliced mushrooms, a can of diced tomatoes and 1/8 tsp. of crushed red cayenne pepper. I then added the rest of the ingredients for the sauce, before adding the noodles and chicken and baking. It turned out fabulous and was a meal all in one dish since I added the vegetables.
Creamy and easy, but rather bland.
its sooooo yummy
I don't think this will be "Bliss' 'favorite' casserole, but it will be 'one' of my favorites, and one I'll do a few times a month. It was delicious. The only change I'd make is that the next time, I'll make 1 1/2 sauces, just because I had a tiny problem getting all the dry ingredients mixed in. This will be dinner tonite if it survives until then. A winner!!
Easy to make dish, very tasty and filling.
When I was in high school in the 60's I always had a New Year's Eve buffet for my friends, and my mom always made this recipe... inexpensive, fast, and delicious. I highly recommend it.