I enjoy cooking, and this has become a signature entree. My wife asks me to make it once a week. It's a simple dish to prepare, and the colorful vegetables make it attractive.
-Robert Dessell, Pensacola, Florida
"This casserole has so much zesty Mexican flavor that my husband doesn't even realize it's a low-fat dish," says Shirley Meyer of Alden, Minnesota. "With its creamy sauce made from soup and cheeses, it tastes like a calorie-laden meal when it's not."
And Charlene found a surefire success in Creamy Tomato Chicken. Served over noodles, the effortless entree is great for weeknight meals yet tastes special enough for weekend company. "I knew it was a keeper the first time I served it," she confirms. "It's so simple to whip up that I fix it several times a month."
Four ingredients are all you'll need for Dee Gray's tender chicken entree. "The tangy glaze is just as wonderful with ham or turkey," notes the Kokomo, Indiana reader. "Leftovers reheat nicely in the microwave."
Jeanette Fuehring's cheesy chicken and broccoli dish makes enough for two meals. "I serve one casserole for supper the night I make it and freeze the other for a quick dinner later," says the Concordia, Missouri cook.
"If you're looking for something fast but different for dinner, try this unique entree," suggests Brigitte Schaller. The Flemington, Missouri cook combines chili sauce, brown sugar and cranberry sauce to give the tender chicken a welcome zip.
I make this main course when I want to wow company. It tastes heavenly, and guests always love it. The subtle flavor of tarragon in the creamy sauce complements the mushrooms, chicken and scallops nicely.
Long Beach, California
Instead of a big Christmas meal, our family enjoys nibbling on an all-day appetizer buffet. Each year we present tempting new dishes alongside our favorites. This is one of those tried-and-true dishes that's a "must."
—Susannah Yinger, Canal Winchester, Ohio