If you've ever tried the Hot Brown Sandwich at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky you'll love this version. It can be assembled ahead and refrigerated; just adjust baking time accordingly if cold. —Diane Halferty, Corpus Christi, Texas
"I love to cook, but with teaching school, playing handbells at church and juggling my husband's and teenage twins' schedule, I have little time in the kitchen," says Susan Warren, North Manchester, Indiana. "I'm always looking for one-dish dinners like this one that save time and cleanup."
Layers of crunchy Triscuits sandwich a chicken and vegetable filling in this down-home casserole shared by Margaret Carlson of Amery, Wisconsin. "A friend served this deliciously different dish for an evening meal and I couldn't resist asking for the recipe," she says.
Using reduced-fat soup, fat-free evaporated milk, reduced-fat process cheese, less butter and no added salt, this recipe is a great makeover to a classic. It is still deliciously creamy and it's a crowd-pleasure.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin
This dish is one that I make frequently—my husband's a bean lover!
We (our family includes two sons, 9 and 7) live not far from the Pennsylvania border, and there are still farms in our area of the state. Our home's on 2 acres of land, with a vegetable garden plus fruit trees and berry bushes.
This recipe has practically made my mom famous. When she takes it to potluck, it's loved by all who taste it. Whenever she serves it to family, the dish is empty at the end of the meal.—Beth Gramling, Warren, Pennsylvania
Creamy veggies and chicken topped with potato chip crunch? Your whole family just might swoon. I make this delicious meal for mine often. Bonus: The prep is quick and easy! —Bernice Knutson, Danbury, Iowa