I made this and thought it was Ok, but my family didn't care for it much. It was a bit bland and I think maybe some spicing up would improve it greatly. I probably won't make this again, but if you are looking for something simple and satisfying without much fuss, this is for you.
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Holly3 Posted: 11/16/09
tomkitten Posted: 01/14/09
It tasted good and was very easy to make. However, there wasn't much flavor. I'll continue looking for a more flavorful recipe. However, in the meantime, I will definitely eat the half of the recipe that I froze.
LauraJasmine Posted: 07/24/10
Very easy to make and oh so tasty! Perfect to freeze for a night when you just don't have time to throw something together.
kathymary Posted: 11/09/10
This is a great comfort food meal for cold winter nights. Make ahead and freeze, it will taste just as fresh as when you first made it. Excellent for feeding a hungry crowd with hearty appetites!
LauraBB Posted: 11/05/10
This is not food. This dish is comprised entirely of processed food, except for the cheddar and chicken. I'm really, really disappointed this is even on Myrecipes.com. Anytime you look at a recipe that has 3 different kinds of cream of anything from a can, plus sour cream and canned mushrooms, move along. There are plenty of other chicken tetrazzini recipes with fresh vegetables and limited processed foods added.
kimheath Posted: 05/24/11
For more flavor, I add Rotel tomatoes! It gives the recipe a little extra "something". For my family of four, I cut the recipe in half, I use a deli chicken, and add one can of Rotel. If I'm making the full recipe, I put in two cans of Rotel. I have also served it at bunco (feeding 12 women) with salad and garlic bread. Several of them asked for the recipe.
LVincent9 Posted: 07/22/11
DELISH! Have made several times & not once was there enough for leftovers!
Alliw91 Posted: 02/14/12
Followed the recipe.. it tastes bitter.... There are better recipes out there. I will not be using this one again. TOO MUCH FOOD. Its enough to feed ten people.
RJManey Posted: 03/06/12
Couldn't agree more with Laura. This recipe should be on the menu at McDonalds! Talk about processed home cooking; this a perfect example.