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I suppose ingredients are everything but this wasn't very tasty, somewhat bland. We used turkey that had been deep fried with creole butter and home canned veggies and had to go crazy with the cajun seasoning to get any flavor. Not for us.

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RanRaggedMom December 23, 2010

I liked this a lot & my husband did too. Really enjoyed it. Would use low sodium soy sauce and then the Cajun seasoning, as the seasoning has salt as the first ingredient, but this does not taste salty as a result, very very good in fact. A really good way to use leftover turkey in an interesting way and would make good lunches, too.

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tmbillustration January 04, 2008

Although this tasted good (VERY good), it was a bit soupy for our liking, we ended up putting it over biscuits and that was perfect. If I make this in the future I will skip the rice and pour over mashed potatoes or biscuits to absorb some of the soupiness. I would also skip the soy sauce and up the cajun seasoning. Thanks for a fun recipe and a good way to use up my letovers! Made enough for dinner one night (for two)and lunch for two days for one. Only thing I did different was use fresh green beans since I didn't have any leftovers and we hate canned beans. I followed the advice of another reviewer and only used one can of milk, but I did a full recipe.

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Elainia November 29, 2007

Not to shabby everyone ate it and no complaints,lol. Didnt have any cajun seasoning so I substituted soul seasoning. Next time i will use cajun seasoning cause this dish needs a bit of a kick. This is great comfort food though and one dish we will enjoy again.

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Tim_Beam April 25, 2007

Comfort food!!! We really enjoyed this casserole. I did not have 2 cans of mushroom soup on hand so substituted one can for cheddar cheese soup. I left half of the casserole turkey free being a vegetarian. Thanks for a great recipe PanNan!!!

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Ben's Mom January 09, 2007

I made this recipe last week. It was awesome! My sister even called and asked for the recipe...which she seldom does. I gave her enough for three people to eat. Then sis called me and told me she did not want to share it with her fiance. (lol) Had leftover turkey and was tired of eating it plain. I improvised on a few ingred. so I did not have to go back to the grocery store. Used leftover stuffing (approx 2 cups...instead of rice) and did not have fried onions...so I crumbled up a whole pack of Ritz butter crackers and dolloped approx 1/4 cup of soft margarine on the top...prior to baking. Yummy...thanks for sharing the recipe.

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jamieoliver2000 December 04, 2006

Excellent, easy, and tasty! I halved the recipe, but kept the same amount of Cajun seasoning, used up a half-can of evaporated milk (the rest was skim,) and it was perfect. The only thing is in the ingredients there is 1 3/4 cups milk, and in the directions there is one soup can of milk. I went with the one soup can, and it was right, so if you're using the recipe as-is, you'll want to have more.

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Felix4067 October 03, 2005
Turkey and Rice Casserole