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Swiss 'n Chicken Casserole

Swiss 'n Chicken Casserole recipe
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Looking for a chicken casserole that's creamy, Swiss cheesy and covered in crispy croutons? You've come to the right place.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
6 servings, about 1 cup each
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posted:
8/26/2010
Loved this recipe. Quick and easy for emptying out the refrigerator. I used leftover turkey, garlic herb croutons, extra onions, didn't have milk so used half and half, had a little swiss cheese and supplemented it with a Mexican blend of 4 cheeses. Instead of nuts for the top I used chopped bacon which I cook in bulk and then keep in my freezer for future use. It turned out great and I'll be making this again. Wonder how it would taste with ham...hmmm?
posted:
8/22/2010
For the most part I saw good reviews on this recipe so, with some modifications, I tried it. There was one review that didn't like it at all and I have a suggestion for them to retry it using Miracle Whip "regular" not light or never use fat free (it doesn't melt and just globs). I cut the recipe in half since it was a test run...didn't have celery, so I used green beans and had leftover fresh mushrooms that I sliced and added to it. I thought the casserole was reeeeally good (although I must confess that I'm one of those who likes their food mixed together...as in at Thanksgiving putting a stab of turkey on the fork with some potatoes and scooping a little corn with it...you get the idea). For those of you who don't like the mixed thing... probably wouldn't care for it. But then heck, why would you be whippin' up a casserole in the first place, right? The regular Miracle Whip (I only had to use 1/4 cup) just seemed to melt and disappear... not really leaving a sweet taste that MW has.
posted:
1/23/2010
With a few simple taste changes this recipe has become a family favorite. We use mayo, caeser salad croutons and add gruyere cheese. Yum! Even better the next day.
posted:
1/18/2010
To be nice, let's just say I won't be making this again. We are not a picky family but none of us thought it was good. My two kids wouldn't eat it after the "just one bite" rule. I think this would be better with a binder like rice or noodles, ommiting the miracle whip and replace with a more savory sauce. The miracle whip-combination just didn't work.
posted:
7/30/2009
A delicious and easy meal!!
posted:
6/28/2009
Very very yummy :)
posted:
6/4/2009
This was surprisingly delicious. I don't like swiss cheese but I used it anyway and I loved it, I grated some baby swiss and used garlic and herb flavored croutons, I will be making this again for sure.
posted:
4/23/2009
Everyone loved this in my family, even the kids! I just didn't mention the word 'casserole'!
posted:
3/25/2009
Absolutely excellent!! Just add a bit more milk to keep the croutons moist! Only serves about 2... but is easily doubled or tripled.
posted:
9/15/2008
I have made this dinner several times. I love casseroles and this one is quick to prep and forget about. I make a double batch because it is so good.
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