Whole family loved; looked up comfort foods in Webster's and this dish was there. I don't like to rate dishes 5 stars unless they're truly worthy of best in class status, and I thought this definitely was. Didn't change a thing. Great job.
I gave this dish 7 stars but only 5 showed up...What's up with that???
Used chicken...Left out the cheese...Used 2% milk...1st time on mashed potatos...2nd time on buttermilk biscuits...
I too ate this for lunch at school back in the 50s-60s...Missed it ever since...
I have to say that the photo that goes with this recipe does not look anything like what the actual dish does- the photo does not do it justice and I almost did not even try this recipe because of how nasty the photo looked! It is absolutely delicious though and it's so thick and creamy that you can put it in a bread bowl and have a meal of it's own! Thanks again Kittencal for yet another wonderful recipe!
This was GREAT! I didn't have quite a few ingredients on hand, but it still turned out great. Second recipe I've tried of Kittencal's and they were both outstanding.
Kittencal, loved the idea........ I made a few changes, due to what was on hand, but we loved it! I used a small can of mushrooms , a 5 ounce can of canned milk+ soy milk to make 1 cup whipping cream, peas and toasted chibatta bread!!! Thanks Kittencal for the recipe. Lauralee
First off, I have to fess up to making Creamed Tuna because of some miscommunication on the home front. That said, it tasted great, lol. I skipped the cheddar and used fat free evaporated milk in place of the cream to save on fat. The recipe works beautifully and makes an easy comfort food dinner. I must make it again and try it with chicken next time *wink*. Thanks Kittzen for a tasty meal.