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We loved this - So very good! Be careful you don't overcook the broccoli which I have done many times on other recipes. This was perfect and goes into my favorites.

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Marlene M. July 05, 2013

When ever I am looking for a recipe and I see one of Kittencals it is the one I always go with since I am assured of a great meal. And this time Kitz you have really done yourself proud, this is not the Chicken Divan I was used to, but ohhhh my gosh soooo much better. Creamy, flavorful, and totally yummy!!! I made this exactly per the recipe except used crushed Ritz Crackers rather than saltines since that is what I had on hand. We really enjoyed this meal, and I am going to make this up in a crockpot to take to a potluck the beginning of next month, I am sure to receive requests for the recipe, so will be printing up copies to take with me. <3

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Chabear01 January 21, 2014

Excellent! Creamy and rich. I made 2 changes. One was to put a layer of cooked steamed rice on the bottom of the casserole dish and then top it with the chicken divan mixture. The other was to use bread crumbs instead of crackers because that's what I had on hand. This recipe made enough for me not only to feed my husband and my self but 2 8x8 pans for the freezer. I wouldn't hesitate to serve this to guests. Thank you so much for posting this Carol.

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Chattes February 28, 2011

I've made this before as written with chicken and really liked it. This time I some leftover turkey from thanksgiving and used that and the result was just as fantastic. Was a great new use for leftovers. Family just loves this dish!!

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ChrissyG1968 October 15, 2010

Thanks for submitting this recipe, but we wouldn't do it again. The mayonnaise and sour cream flavors were dominant, it was pretty salty, and there wasn't much substance or texture to it. Sorry ...

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A Ramsey Donkey April 17, 2010

This is beyond DELICIOUS !! I made it last night and we all loved it. The only things I changed was to cut the recipe in half (will fit a 9 /13 inch casserole dish perfectly) and I added fresh sliced mushrooms because I had some that needed to be used - about 1 cup. I also did not steam the broccoli and It was cooked through. I used Morton's Natures Seas. to taste (use it on everything) and fresh (small amount) oregano, sage and thyme from our herb garden. I covered the casserole with foil for 20 minutes and then uncovered it for 10 minutes -..350*. PERFECTLY SCRUMPTiOUS. "lick your plate clean" delicious. Thank you for posting it. I'm going to try Cynjen's idea and top it with onion rings next time. Sounds great !!

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jackiy April 09, 2010

This is a fantastic casserole!! I was waiting for my hubby's eye-roll (that's when I know something is a 'keeper') and it came right after he tasted it :-) The kiddos loved it also. I made a couple of subs.: frozen broccoli florets instead of fresh and used Ritz crackers that were on hand instead of the saltines. Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe!!!

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Cynjen April 07, 2010

This is very good we really enjoyed this, I did not have saltines so I used fried onion rings the last ten minutes I will make this often next time I will double the celery thank you once again for a great recipe

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Chef susan from Sandpoint,Idaho March 14, 2010
Kittencal's Broccoli Chicken Divan Casserole