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The recipe was super! I used only one can of cream of chicken and 1/2 cup of milk instead of 1/4 cup. I also put the filling mixture in a store bought frozen pie crust and baked it as the tater tot recipe called for, which made it that much more wonderful!

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TampaChefSteph August 31, 2006

This was a winner! I also doubled up on the cream of chicken soup and added only 1/4 cup of milk. I used the frozen mixed California vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower and carrots). After the 40 minutes, I turned the broiler on for a couple of minutes to crisp up the tater tots! End result was a very tasty supper! Thanks Sheri!

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BrendaM February 22, 2006

I really didn't change anything except add a bit more milk because it was kind of thick. It was a nice change from the regular hamburger tater tot casserole.

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Denise G. September 07, 2014

Thankyou so much for a wonderful meal, instead of takeaway my kids want this.
i have pastry on the bottom, i doubled the recipe so i used one can of cream of chicken and one can of cream of mushroom (just to break it up abit. for the vegies i added cooked cauliflower and corn (you dont even notice the cauliflower.. talk about hiding vegies for the kids )
my whole family loved it and i have had to make it for my mother when she came over and my sister and her family .. its awesome.. you definately have a winner with this one :) Thank you!!


*** thought i had lost this recipe **** my kids have been hounding me to make it.. so i will be making it tonight many thanks

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AussieGal Tracey February 11, 2013

Doubled this recipe. Cooked Chicken (frozen), soup, onion and garlic in the crockpot on high this afternoon. This afternoon when the chicken was done shredded, I added the vegetables to the pot, mixed and then scooped into a 13*9 greased pan. Then I added 1/2 cup milk and mixed well. Last step was to top with tater tots. I will need to work on the spices but with the ease we will have again.

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Diana in KS December 08, 2009

Love it! So easy to make. I, too, increased the soup and milk as you suggested. I added a little ground sage as well as the thyme and pepper. Since there are only two of us I divided it in two to make two casseroles and froze one.

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DebS #2 June 30, 2009

I have made this recipe over and over again and we love it every time! We usually use tuna instead of chicken and it's great! I change it up with the "cream of" soups, sometimes we use cream of celery, mushroom or potato basically whatever we have on hand. This is definitely a regular at our house. I love the freezing tip, works great!

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Mary of the Midwest March 22, 2009

This was good! A nice variation on chicken pot pie. Hit the spot and the family loved it, thus earning 5 stars!

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Tinkmommy February 24, 2009

Very good. I did change it up a bit. I used cream of mushroom soup as I didn't have any cream of chicken soup. I also added salt, pepper and a handful of cheddar cheese to the chicken mixture. I used potato crowns instead of tator tots as that is what I had in the freezer. It says to put in an ungreased pan but I sprayed my pan with PAM before adding the mixture and am glad I did as it was starting to stick when I pulled it out of the oven (that may be because I added the cheese though). Very tasty and easy to make.

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bmcnichol December 15, 2008
Tater Tot Chicken Pie