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An easy dish to prepare, and when finished, quite lovely to behold. My husband loved this, and my children said it was good in spite of the broccoli! Although the taste was exceptional, next time I prepare this I'll use exactly half the cheese the recipe called for, because I found the other flavors were a bit overpowered by the specified amount of cheese. Just a personal judgement. This recipe is definitely worth a try. Makes your house smell like Thanksgiving dinner cooking ... any day of the year!
Very nice easy dinner. I made it exactly as is. NO changes, but I really did enjoy it.
It was good, made a couple of changes-added some sauteed onion, muchrooms and celery,but we all found it lacking something....definitely no need to add salt and a bit soggy. I'm not a big fan of using prepared foods such as stuffing mix and canned soups so maybe next time I'll try it when I have left over stuffing.
I took this to a recipe exchange tonight and everyone loved it. I added some sauted onions and celery to the stuffing mix. This is so easy and definitely one to be made again and again.
Super awesome way to use leftovers and something the whole family likes. thanks mal!
East to create. Perfect for Thanksgiving turkey leftovers. Used the low salt cream of celery soup and 2% milk. Even my son's friends devoured it at dinner. Thanks for the recipe!
I made sausage, apple and raisin stuffing from scratch and added 1/2 cup of sour cream to the soup. Served it with cranberry jelly. It is almost as good as turkey dinner with alot less trouble. Thanks for sharing!
This was a great way to use up left-over holiday turkey as well as the dressing. We loved your recipe! I had 3 cups of turkey so used the extra cup and added a 1/2 cup of sour cream. I, too, used a bit less cheese. Used sharp cheddar. Thanks, mal in missouri, for a wonderful casserole! M. Joan