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Wonderful! My husband and I scarfed this down, and it was one of those casseroles that was even better the next day. The leftovers didn't last long. Also, I substituted arborio rice in the same amount as the white rice called for. It gave the whole thing a creamier texture. Definately one I'll be making again.
We really liked this one, even my picky husband and mother. You can definitely taste the cumin in this, which I hadn't really cooked with in the past. It's a pretty flavorful dish. Make sure to get the rice done. I didn't quite leave it long enough. My husband suggested to use chicken broth instead of the water. I think it was fine with the water personally. Overall very good and easy.
This was so easy and really delicious. Hubby wanted it two nights in a row. I used extra cumin because we love it and I used the whole can of chicken soup because I used extra onions. Used Texmati rice and it was excellent! Thanks Veronica!
WOW this was GREAT!!! I actually put the cilantro into the casserole to cook while it was baking and added pepper jack cheese on top. We we also thinking that it tasted amazingly like tortilla soup, only in a casserole. This is definetly a keeper and will be making it again!!
This was fantastic! Everyone ate it all gone even my picky eaters. (I couldn't believe it). My husband said looks good but the kids won't eat that. After dinner he said I stand corrected. Thanks so much for an easy and tasty dinner. FYI the marinade made the chicken soooo tender.
What a delicious and easy recipe! I made it on the stovetop instead of in the oven and I replaced half of the cream of chicken soup with sour cream. Yum! I will be using this recipe again and again.
This was really good! I doubled the green chilies and added chipotle chili powder in place of regular and chicken broth in place of the water. I also added a bit of cheese into the mixture while it baked. So very tasty! A keeper!
Excellent! Very tasty. I loved this! Thanks for sharing