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This is definitely a winner of a casserole. You can serve this as a side dish or as a main course with a salad on the side. You can use low-fat sour cream, low fat/low sodium soup, etc., if you wish or you can just enjoy it as is. We made as directed using a rotisserie chicken and served it with a salad -- it made a really nice dinner. Made for Cooking Tag Mania Special, October, 2013.

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Nancy's Pantry October 09, 2013

Yummy, warm comfort food! This tastes great with some salsa verde on top. You can add diced bell peppers, mushrooms, jalapenos to jazz it up but it also tastes great as written. Will make again, thanks! (FYI- The original recipe reads 1 teaspoon ground coriander)

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BerrySweet October 14, 2007

I saw many chicken and stuffing recipes listed on Zaar, but I liked the Southwestern flavor in this one. I used regular canned corn and added a little canned evaporated milk with it. This puffs up nicely and has a fluffy texture. Served it with chopped pickled jalapenos on top. Served with roasted carrots and apple pie for dessert. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado September 26, 2005

This was a wonderful recipe! I used sage stuffing mix (because it was what I had on hand) and added some onion, garlic, and hot sauce to the soup mixture. Definitely a keeper recipe! Thanks!

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Kendra* April 15, 2005
Santa Fe Chicken and Dressing