I thought this was really good....and it does say test the potatoes for doneness. Good one...a keeper
I thought this was an extremely simple and tasty recipe. It reminded me of scalloped potatoes! Next time I think I will add some shredded cheese to the soup/milk mixture. I used red new potatoes and it made a beautiful dish. Everyone thought this this was fantastic!
I made this on 5/7/08 for "A Taste of Yellow 2008 " and as part of our dinner. I did have to make a substitution for the soup,I didn't have what was called for so a creamy chicken verde was used.It was just a little too "spicy " for me ,but my SO really liked it with that soup.It did however take a little over an hour for the potatoes to get fork tender.This will be made again.Thank you for posting and, "Keep Smiling :)"
What a quick and easy meal on this cold/snowy night. I had some leftover ham in the freezer so I diced it up and added it to the dish. I also doubled up on the cream of chicken soup and the milk to make it saucier. Served a garden salad along side and we had a WONDERFUL meal. Truly this is "comfort food" at its best. Thanks for sharing this winner, Iron Bloomers.
I am SO sorry! I like creamed soup recipes very much but, this one didn't do it for me... My potatos cooked fine but, it just didn't have any flavor:(
Can you say comfort food? This was good the first night and I had the leftovers (what there was of them) for my lunch the next day. I did add some cheese and bacon bits when reheating them. Tasted somewhat like a "loaded" baked potato. I sliced the potatoes a little thinner...but they were "done".
You're right--this IS easy--and quick. We really liked it when we had it with dinner the first night, but it's one of those dishes that tastes even better when it's reheated.
The potatoes were undercooked. It should probably be cooked before you layer it on the casserole.