As a base to a more complex casserole I'd give it 4 stars but as is it's just a 3. It's a good recipe for a beginner cook but for someone like myself who's made a casserole or two in their time it's just too plain. After reading several reviews I went to work. I ended up with something totally different than the original but here goes: I chose not to layer the ingredients after reading the other reviews.In a big mixing bowl I added cubed chicken (5 small breasts)but I chose to leave it raw(I find that precooking meat makes it too dry later on) then I added 2 generous Tablespoons of Italian seasoning, 1 fresh green bell pepper, 2 small cans of mushrooms, some broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots from a frozen mix(still frozen), 1 can of cream of chicken and a can of Campbell's broccoli-chicken-cheese-potato soup. I didn't have cream of mushroom and I never cook with mayo!! Once it was all well mixed I put it in a greased baking dish and put it in the oven at 350 for half an hour. Then I pulled it out and added a layer of Mexican blend shredded cheese and a box of ALREADY PREPARED Stovetop Stuffing(that I prepared while I waited). Tossed it back in the oven until the cheese was melted and the chicken just cooked through. In the end it was nothing like the original recipe but it tasted pretty good. The kids wouldn't touch it so there were plenty of leftovers for my husband and me for lunches.
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As a base to a more complex casserole I'd give it 4 stars but as is it's just a 3. It's a good...