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I liked it, but wasn't satisfied with recipe as is.
I tried the Pepridge Farm Stuffing, but did not like the taste. It seemed like it was missing some seasoning.
I then used StoveTop Cornbread Stuffing and it die the trick.
Also, I decided to experiment with the recipe and added a can of drained, sweet peas to the chicken mixture before adding it to the casserole dish. I then sprinkled Lowry's Seasoning Salt over the top of the top layer of stuffing before baking & it was great. Just a suggestion to try next time you make this dish.
Very easy to make and all 4 of my daughters loved it and gobbled it right up, that doesn't happen often. One happy Dad here
This was very good! I used less chicken, so I should have decreased the amount of soup and broth I used, but the flavor was very good!
It was a HIT! Between 3 people there was nothing left. I added drained peas and chopped celery. I'm so making this for Thanksgiving but with turkey
Great recipe. I sub'd with 3 cups herb stuffing in order to cover the bottom of a 6-9" cassarole dish and have enough to cover the top of the chicken mixture, poached two skinless Costco breasts in apple cider, and used the broth from that in the recipe. Served 6 and it was a WOW dinner. Accompanied with a baked acorn squash, and rain outside, just wonderful.
This was such an easy meal to prepare and so tasty. I used packaged stuffung mix and it came out wonderful. I made sure to save some for lunch the next day. Thanks for sharing.
I left out the cream of chicken soup and added an extra cup of broth along with some chopped onion and celery. Yum! Thanks for sharing, will make again.
This was delicious. I had some leftover chicken already cooked so used that. Dinner was ready in no time at all. Thank you
We Love this recipe. It is a keeper. Kids gobble it up.