3 Reviews

I'm sorry, this simply didn't suit my family's taste. I like the recipe as a concept but I'd have to make some serious adjustments to proportion and spices. I used the two bags of frozen broccoli since this was a once a month cooking meal, and found there to be twice as much broccoli as I wanted. The cream sauce was good, but not enough of it. It's perfect if you only want the chicken to be creamy, but it left the broccoli totally plain. I would double the cream sauce, omit the Italian seasoning and seasoned salt and replace it with roasted muchrooms or green chilis to add more depth of flavor. I carmelized the onion and celery before adding the garlic and didn't use pimentos, though next time I'll try them. The stuffing turned out somewhere between crunchy and soggy. I would toss the stuffing with the cheese or put the cheese on top (for another flavor enhancer, toasty cheese is often a winner) for softer, or toast the stuffing in a skillet seperately for crunchy. I will try this again with the modifications listed above. I'm sorry to give a low review. :(

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Annie H November 10, 2004

My, this was good! I used 1/2 cup mayo, milk instead of chicken broth, and fresh broccoli. We really enjoyed this! Thanks for a good dinner!

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Sharon123 April 01, 2003

Well...All I can say Is yum. This recipe is awfully good, but will make just a few changes next time. I found the herbs and spices to be just a tad overbearing, so I will cut back a little there. The cream sauce is good, though I will double it next time. I did not use the stuffing mix, but instead crushed some Ritz crackers and spread atop the cheese. This is a very nice dish, makes plenty, and creates smiles on every face that tries it.

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Chadg February 09, 2005
Paige's College Chicken Divan