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During the cold months of winter, casseroles are key when feeding friends and family. Easy to make and full of hearty ingredients, it’s no wonder these type of dishes are so filling and popular. This recipe yields up to 12 servings, and keeps very well in the fridge. The condensed chicken soup, and mayo, make this dish a creamy cheesy delight for all.
Let’s hear it from our friends over at Food Network:
This was a big hit at our house. Even my super picky eater devoured it! Had everything ready and popped it in the oven before picking my kids up from practice. When we came home… voila; Delicious dinner served! Will definitely make again and again.
This certainly is a breeze to put together, and it only gets better after a day in the fridge, when all the flavors have really combined. That is, if you are lucky enough to have leftovers…
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