I am retired and always looking for fast-to-fix foods to serve when my children or grandchildren stop by. Leftover chicken, ham and a wild rice mix make this comforting dish quick to assemble. If you have extra turkey, you can use it instead of the chicken. —Lovetta Breshears
My mother has always been an avid cook, and my sister, two brothers and I were raised on this casserole. When I polled our family to see which recipe I should share, this fresh-tasting, well-seasoned chicken casserole came out on the top of the list. I know you'll enjoy is as much as we do.
-Cindy Clark, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
This homey recipe combines two of my favorite things: hot, crusty biscuits and a flavorful lemon-pepper sauce. I've taken it to potlucks and given it as gifts with potatoes and carrots baked in. —Pattie Ishee, Stringer, Mississippi
I combined two pasta sauces and added Cajun seasoning for kick in this quick-
mix casserole. Using frozen onions and peppers speeds things up even more. Or try adding mushrooms or frozen peas. —Rebecca Reece, Henderson, Nevada
Whip up this special dish with boneless chicken breasts, canned soup and stuffing. “This entree tastes like you fussed, but it’s really so simple,” writes LaDonna Reed from Ponca City, Oklahoma. “It’s also easy to upsize for company.”
Topped with crushed corn chips, shredded lettuce and chopped tomatoes, this marvelous meal-in-one is as pretty as it is tasty. I serve it to company along with bread and dessert, and it always gets compliments. —Dana Wise