Monday, February 18, 2008

Casserole Monday

This is a super easy and delicious recipe for Chicken Casserole. I made two smaller ones and shared one with my son... He pronounced it "super!"...

No Peek-Chicken Casserole

2-3 c. cubed chicken (I used chicken breast)
1 1/2 c. rice (any kind)
1 1/2 c. milk
1/2 c. shredded cheese or a few slices American cheese
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can cream of chicken soup
3/4 c. frozen green peas
1 pkg. dry Lipton onion soup mix
butter
oil
salt
pepper

Cut up chicken into one inch pieces, sprinkle with salt and pepper. (I used Paula Deen House Seasoning blend). Brown in a small amount of oil and butter until barely brown.

In large bowl mix soups, milk, and rice. Add any butter and chicken juices from pan... (within reason)...

Spray a 13 by 9 pan (or use two smaller ones).

Layer rice mixture with chicken, ending with a small amount of rice mixture on top. Sprinkle top with dry soup mix and cover with grated cheese or sliced American cheese. Cover tightly with foil and at 350 degrees, bake for 1 1/2 hours WITHOUT looking.

Nice texture to the chicken because it steams, I guess... It was delicious with some buttermilk biscuits

8 comments:

Sher's Creative Expressions said...

Thanks Gayla. Looks like one I'll have to try for my family too. It's just my kind of recipe too. . . easy peasy!!

Blessings,

Sher

NAME: CIELO said...

Yummm! that looks soooo good! and easy to make. Thanks for the recipe. I should try it soon.

Thanks Gayla!

happy day to you!

cielo

Stephanie said...

Im keeping this recipe, that looks great !!!!

Have a good day,
Stephanie

Becky K. said...

Looks yummy! I'll have to try it.

Hope you'll get a chance to pop over and enter my 200th post giveaway.

It is on the top of the sidebar at Hospitality Lane.

Becky K.

Jill said...

Hi,

Just came across your blog while visiting others and via Fairiebees.

I too live in the midwest, Liberty.
I used to live in Bolkow though close to you my Aunt was a teacher in Savanah, and my Uncle a professor at Maryville.

Great to find another Midwest girl so close.

Jill 00

NAME: CIELO said...

Dear Gayla, thank you for all the amazing answers you left on my previous post. I read them and read them again with pure joy! How creative can you be! As I let my imagination run wild, I could hear the old Kookaburra--its laugh filling the air of the vast Outback of Australia, I saw the small alabaster colored shell resting in the white sand as the waves came crashing, and heard the sound of thunder roaring as the waves slapped against the rocks, I saw a dog, enchanted by the colorful mallards and honking birds, a ladybug hidding in the garden; yellow, orange, or scarlet with small black spots on their wing covers; the little wren nesting in a grandmother’s clothesline post… Oh what delight! I became one with God listening to nature through your words...

cielo

Mary Isabella said...

Sounds so yummy...Smiles

Julie said...

That really looks wonderful!!!