By Tiffanee on January 04, 2002
"This is a great and easy chicken dish. It is a way to use up leftover chicken or turkey and it can be prepared beforehand. The cracker mixtures is what makes this dish so good. I have taken it to people for dinner several times and had lots of requests for the recipe."
Serving Size: 1 (144 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"This is a really delicious chicken dish! I added some chopped broccoli to make it more colorful. Peas would also be a good addition. Very easy to make, and good enough for company! Thanks Tiffanee."
"Yummy! Great quick meal for the family. I roast bone-in chicken with the skin (drizzle olive oil and sprinkle with kosher salt and pepper on skin prior to cooking) for 35 minutes at 425 degrees. This technique makes moist and tender chicken that I prefer in casseroles."
"This was good, but very rich with the double butter & crackers that you said you use. I'll try it again without that. Good for freezing though."
"Great comfort food. I was making 2 dishes to take to a friend and one for my family, so I doubled the recipe. I used 1 can of cream of chicken soup and 1 can of cream of mushroom soup, mixed it together and divided it among the two dishes. It was fabulous."
"This was a nice and easy casserole to make. I omitted 1/2 cup of sour cream to cut some fat content. I also upped the oven temperature to 400 as it was too soggy at 30 minutes and baked it for an hour total."
"So quick and easy to make- love dishes like this. While I prefer not to cook with condensed soups (mainly because of salt), I did happen to have everything on hand, so figured why not!? I used Chobani plain greek yogurt in place of sour cream (love that stuff!) The men in my family gave it hands-down 5 star reviews. The women, however, thought it too rich (guess I should not have doubled the butter/Ritz, as another reviewer seemed to have the same sentiment). All in all, a nice dish to serve with very little effort. If I were to make this again, I would definitely want to throw in a veggie for color and to "up" the nutrition a little. Also, there seems to be some great suggestions in the reviews that I'd also like to try. At any rate, thanks for a great dish!"
"This is a regular at our house. We really like the taste, and it is quick and easy to prepare. I buy a rotisserie chicken at the store and cut it up. I use 2 cups for this recipe, then freeze the rest in 2 cup portions for the next time we want to eat this yummy casserole."
"The flavor is very good. Thanks for sharing!"
"mmmmmm..awesome recipe..my husband requested this dish one day..i knew i had the recipe saved..super easy to make and it tastes fantastic..this will now be in our dinner rotation for sure."
"Flavor is very good. Very soupy. I can see why you said you like to double the crackers. Maybe the recipe should be changed to reflect that, or perhaps should say to serve over rice or noodles. Flavor is great and I will make again, will probably double the chicken or make as is and serve over noodles."
"This is exactly how I make it! A dear friend showed it to me 18 years ago. It's not figure friendly by any stretch, but it IS pure comfort food! My 6 year old requests it as his "special" meal for any occasion!"
"SIMPLY WONDERFUL! I used two cans of white meat chicken breast to save time. I was really good and simple. Served with rice. Thanks for sharing. My DH loves it!"
"We used leftover mojo chicken from publix and served with green beans rolls and mashed potatos..yum!"
"Tasty and very rich. I think next time I, too, will add peas. I served leftovers over toast points. Was even better!"
"This is one of personal favorites. I also use this recipe whenever I take meals to friends or family."
"I doubled the crackers like you said and it was very good."
"Made for PAC, Spring 2007 ~ A great way to use shredded chicken [or pork, or....]! I made the recipe as is & it was great! And, have picked up more ideas from other reviewers to vary it from time to time, since I'll be making this one again & again! Thanks for the recipe!"
"great recipe... I had received a frozen poppy seed chicken casserole. After cooking it I decided to search for the recipe. Now I will be making this often. I will also double or triple it and put the extra in the freezer. Just don't add the cracker and poppy seed topping until time to bake the casserole. Mary"
"Yummy! I tried to lighten up this dish- I used 98% fat free cream of chicken soup and fat free sour cream. Also I left out the butter. Mine wasn't soupy at all but it was still rich and creamy. I will be making this again soon!"
"Yum, this was delicious! I had 3 cups of diced, cooked turkey, and used it all. It turned out great. Next time, I think I'll add some more chicken, and maybe some broccoli, like Donna M. suggested. This would be a great pot luck dish. Thanks."