I love this recipe but I use uncooked chicken breast tenders instead of pre-cooking my chicken, which is so much easier. I bake as directed and it comes out perfectly delicious.
Wonderful recipe, very quick to put together and it tastes like you've slaved all day. Served over white rice and added a bedo of broccoli before layering the chicken. Also added salt, pepper and a smidge of garlic powder. Will make again and again!
Excellent. So easy to put together and flavors were spot on. I used a pre-cooked chicken that I purchased at the store which added a lot of flavor. Used low-fat soup and light sour cream to lower the calories some. Used whole wheat Ritz Crackers which I really liked. Thanks for sharing. Made for PRMR :)
One of my favorite casseroles! I by mistake picked up 1 can of Cream of Chicken and 1 can of Cream of Celery, but it totally worked! Yummy! Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup.
With the holidays, I wanted something to make that was economical and quick and easy. This is perfect,. I did not cook my chicken, but let it cook in the oven. I served over some buttered noodles with some sauteed garlic. Had broccoli as a side, but everyone ended up stirring it into the chicken and noodle mix. The sauce was perfect with the noodles and the broccoli went perfectly with it. My son says it is a keeper! Thanks for sharing. Made for "For Your Consideration" game on yuku.com
I made this on Saturday for our dinner with every dish having "poppy seeds" in it (a total of 6 dishes including Annacia's My Lightened Veggie Version of Poppy Seed Chicken (which is how I found your recipe), several sides and a dessert). I am still on "poppy seed" over-dose. I poached 2 large bone-less, skin-less chicken breasts for this. I followed the recipe exactly, except I cut it in half and baked it in an 8x8 baking dish. We loved it. Thanks for posting.
This casserole is comfort food at it's best! I'm so glad that I'll have leftovers to enjoy through the weekend. The topping really smells wonderful as it cooks. I added garlic powder, freshly ground black pepper and a tiny pinch of cayenne to give it a "kick". The only other change I made was to mix the soup/sour cream mixture (with a touch of chicken stock which I also used to poach the chicken breasts) with egg noodles and I layered it on the bottom along with the chicken. It turned out really great! Hope I didn't change it up too much : ). Made for PRMR, October, 2013.
I prepared my breasts in the oven with a bit of butter and chicken seasoning. I also put about 1 1/2 cups of cheddar on the top, before the crackers. I was afraid it would taste like chicken spaghetti, but it did NOT! Everyone in my family loves it served over rice.
Very good!! My family of picky eaters loved it!! I cut the chicken into bite size pieces before I cooked it and added salt, pepper and garlic powder. I kept everything else the same and served over whole wheat egg noodles. Will keep this recipe on hand.
Made this for dinner tonight and dh and ds and I really enjoyed it. I served it over noodles and added a bit of salt and pepper. I also used a roll and a half of ritz crackers but left all the other ingredient's the same. Thank you for a great recipe.