This is very similar from my moms recipe. The changes we add are instead of cheddar, we use slices of american to cover. I usually add about 2 T dijon to the sauce. Don't forget to salt and pepper the whole thing-especially pepper. It's great comfort food and easy to find ingredients in the pantry(thus the american).
I made this with leftover Thanksgiving turkey and it was absolutely delicious. When I poured the soup mixture over the casserole, I was concerned that maybe it wasn't enough liquid. But, the measurements here turned out just perfect. Definitely a keeper! Would be a good way to use up leftover chicken too.
I made this last night and added 1 tsp curry powder as someone else suggested, as well as 1/4 cup sherry. I didn't think there was enough liquid, but I was wrong - your measurements were just right. The dish was quite good. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
This recipe is great with turkey or chicken, but it is missing 2 key ingredients - 1 TB curry powder and 1 TB lemon juice. Add it to the soup mixture.
I debated on whether to give this a 3 or 4 star rating. My elderly neighbor enjoyed it quite a bit, so I decided on the 4 stars. I made this exactly as written. I thought it was good and I liked the sharp cheddar in it. I just felt that it was still lacking something, but I'm not sure what. Thanks for the recipe though. I may have to experiment with it a little.
Quick and easy to make! I used chicken insead of turkey and Velveeta instead of block cheese and it turned out excellent. Husband said I can make this anytime.