Okay, so I know this is a Campbell's recipe, but I didn't have the soup on hand, so I sort of just used the recipe as a jumping off point for what I ended up making. I substituted the soup with what is essentially gravy (like chicken-a-la-king base). I didn't have corn, either, and I like lots of vegetables. So, I added fresh potatoes, carrots, onions and frozen peas. I softened the carrots and potatoes in the microwave while the onions were being sauteed in olive oil. Added the peas when the onions were almost translucent (just to defrost them). Turned off the heat and mixed in the carrots and potatoes. The chicken I used was frozen boneless skinless chicken breasts. After defrosting, I tenderized and seasoned them with salt, pepper, dried parsley and garlic powder. Then cooked them in olive oil over medium-low heat until just lightly browned. The rest was prepared according to the recipe, except for the omission of cheese (I just wasn't in the mood for it). Though next time, I think I'll divide the cornbread mix and partially pre-bake half of it in the pie plate so that we have a bottom crust. The top was pretty thick, and I think it'd be nice if the bread was a bit more mixed in with the filling. So this rating is for what I ate. The original recipe just seemed a bit too basic for me.
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Okay, so I know this is a Campbell's recipe, but I didn't have the soup on hand, so I sort of...