The first time I ever had Hawaiian Haystacks (or, chicken sundae, as it is known by amateurs) was at a church activity many years ago (I'm sure there must have been green jello also). It was an assemble-yourself kind of deal that was just a little weird to me. Sitting on a long table were serving bowls of rice, chicken and gravy, and a number of toppings. I had to look at the person in front of me in order to know what to do. I assembled my meal, sat down and began to eat . . . it was delicious! And now I am hungry and my stomach is growling, and I think I know what's for dinner tonight!
So, I will leave the "recipe" with you and a wholehearted endorsement . . .
2 cans cream chicken soup
1 can (or so) of milk
2 cups cooked chicken breasts, diced or shredded (I liked shredded)
Heat soup and milk on the stove until heated through. Should be consistency of gravy. Add the chicken and cook til warm.
Serve the sauce over cooked rice, and then top with any of the following:
shredded cheddar cheese
diced green onion
diced fresh mushrooms
chow mein noodles
OR ANYTHING YOU WANT!! (which is the beauty of this simply delicious meal).
So simple (which is what I do best - - actually it's the ONLY thing I do!)