Leftover Chicken Casserole

Dice one large onion, 4-8 sliced peeled tomatoes, one or more cooked chicken, with skin and bones removed. I used diced potatoes but mashed would work too.

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In a separate bowl, I put one cup of milk and a pint of sour cream. I diced the left over cooked chicken and added it to the mixture. I added a package of Mozzarella cheese and a package of sharp cheddar. Then I added spices, Mrs. Dash. Remember they are already leftovers and contain, enough salt. Do not add salt.

I put potatoes in a oblong cake pan. I then layered the diced onions, and tomatoes. Add the chicken mixture. Bake at 30 minutes at 375 degrees F. Done when very light brown on top.

I served with green beans and garlic buttered toast and iced tea. It fed a family of 7.

I have used broccoli as well. Any vegetable will work. Any left over meat will work as a substitute; shrimp and tuna does work, other fish does not for us. I also have used leftover meat loaf.

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Source: This is my own recipe. I have a lot of leftover recipes. Ellen Lou Severs, author of "A Whisper Through Life"

By Ellen from Knoxville, TN

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