Pretty good - very simple! We sorted the reviews by most helpful & followed both Crystalyn's & JoJo's suggestions. I halved the recipe, only 2 grown-ups & 1 toddler to feed; didn't want to make a ton if it turned out not to be our bag. So 2 boneless skinless chicken breasts, diced (cooked first on the stove on med low in a bit of olive oil w/Adobo seasoning [garlic-salt-like, can be found in the Cuban foods section of your grocer]), 1/2 a 16oz bag of frozen broccoli/cauliflower/carrot mix (thawed just a BIT and chopped), 1 can of cream of mushroom soup (this was organic [Health Valley brand], not as thick as conventional cream-of soups), milk measured to 1/4 of the empty soup can (b/c the soup we use is not as thick as most people would use), 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese, 1 cup dry stuffing mix. I mixed it all together in a bowl & added a bit more Adobo (like garlic salt). I spread this in a square glass dish, topped it w/plain bread crumbs that I seasoned with garlic salt & baked it at 350 for 30 minutes. I think next time we will make it 2 cups of dry stuffing mix, & we might do a bit of cheese over the top (but under the breadcrumbs). Easy supper, easy to have everything you need on hand. Thanks for the recipe & reviews!
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Pretty good - very simple! We sorted the reviews by most helpful & followed both Crystalyn's...