Veggie Turkey Casserole

Veggie Turkey Casserole

"In Chattanooga, Tennessee, Michelle Summers relies on canned goods and frozen vegetables to hurry along this creamy main dish. 'I like this quick casserole so much that I've requested it for my birthday dinner,' Michelle notes. Tip: 'Serve it with biscuits for a meal your family will love...mine sure does!' she adds."
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40 m servings
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  1. In a large bowl, combine all ingredients. Transfer to a greased 11-in. x 7-in. x 2-in. baking dish. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 30-35 minutes or until heated through. Stir before serving.

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I found this recipe to be a healthier alternative to the typical chicken pot pie. This recipe is very time efficient as it is to make and is practically fool-proof. I, however, added some baby s...

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This recipe was easy to prepare but I wasn't crazy about the taste. It was rather bland and boring. I left out the celery seed (because I didn't have any) and I added some seasoning salt and pep...

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I found this recipe to be a healthier alternative to the typical chicken pot pie. This recipe is very time efficient as it is to make and is practically fool-proof. I, however, added some baby s...

This was a very simply recipe, except instead of frozen vegetables, I substituted one can of sliced carrots and some freshly chopped celery and fresh garlic. I also added some pepper. Came out n...

Great recipe. I altered by adding bread crumbs tossed in melted butter to the top. I still cooked it uncovered for the recommended time. It was great...my entire family really enjoyed it. Qu...

This recipe was easy to prepare but I wasn't crazy about the taste. It was rather bland and boring. I left out the celery seed (because I didn't have any) and I added some seasoning salt and pep...

First time I made this I didnt grill onions first. This time I did! Good!

VERY Good! Delicious way to use up left overs AND pack in lots of vegetables! Thank you --didn't change a thing!

This was an ok casserole. The family liked it. I added cheese on top. I used left over turkey from the holidays. I agree the onions tasted too raw. I think we would have enjoyed it better o...

I like the recipe- but I would saute the onions first- they tasted raw in the casserole and I made noodles to mix in and it was much better!!!

Love this recipe. I made a few changes though. I used what I had on hand. Instead of cream of chicken and mushroom, I used cream of broccoli and celery and instead of 1 onion, I used minced onio...

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