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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Chicken and Rice Casserole

A favorite of our family that we had tonight is chicken and rice casserole.  It's really easy to make too. 

Ingredients:

rice(cooked first)
1 lb chicken(cut up into cubes around 1 inch by 1inch by 1 inch)
one garlic clove chopped up fine
one sweet onion chopped fine
olive oil
cream of mushroom soup
grated mozzarella cheese

Cook up your rice and place in a bowl. 
In a small skillet saute the chicken in some olive oil with garlic and onion. 

When this is cooked add it to the rice.  Pour cream of mushroom over the top. 
Stir all together and place in a 13 by 9 casserole dish. 

Top with as much cheese as you want.

 My family likes a lot of cheese!  Bake until the cheese is melted and starts to change to a golden color.  Enjoy.


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27 comments:

  1. Yum. that looks good. keep it up. i will try this with the family. thanks

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    1. Thank you! I love hearing any and all feedback. Glad you want to try it. Let me know how it turns out and if you do anything different.

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  2. Looks Good. thanks Erin I bet your family Loves your cooking. I love it just by the pictures

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    1. Thanks, I tried to get some good pictures. I never realized how hard it is to get those perfect cookbook pictures. Still working on that. Yes my family does love home cooking. . . though sometimes I think they'd rather have pizza everyday!

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  3. This looks great. Glad I am checking out your recipes because my grandson is just getting started on gluten free so this will help alot.

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  4. Great recipe. I can't wait to try it.

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  5. what a great recipe! it looks so delicous! chicken and rice are my favorite foods so i bet this would be amazing! thanks for the post i think im gunna have to try it out!

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  6. Ok this is good--almost said whats for dinner

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  7. Jennifer Jo ArchdeaconSeptember 25, 2012 at 10:16 PM

    this looks so good I need to try this

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  8. Sounds amazing! I think my family would love it! We love cheese! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. This sounds really good! I plan to make it sometime soon.

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  10. That looks so good and sounds even better. Thanks for the recipe. Think I will make this for dinner tomorrow.

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  11. I've never tried a casserole with rice before and oh my gosh that looks amazing! Seriously, it's on the list for next week. It has mushroom, chicken and rice, probably my top 3 foods in my life :D

    Just one thing to ask if you don't mind. Everything is absolutely cooked before putting it with the cheese into the oven and you just leave it for a little right? And the rice is still .. rice? I wouldn't want it to be like a rice mush kinda thing.

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  12. I have made this recipe a few times now and it has become a family favorite. So easy to make and it's a good recipe to make before hand.

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  13. Wow! Why havent I ever put this together? How long do you usually bake it for? Im gonna have to try it out this weekend, and I will let you know how it turns out!

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  14. I've never really like chicken and rice casserole because it is bland, but I will definitely try this with the garlic and cheese!

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  15. This looks absolutely delicious and very simple to make. Even the kids are going to love this recipe. Will give it a try.

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  16. Thanks for this recipe, I'm always looking for hearty meals that are easy to prepare and this one sounds really good, especially for a fall day.

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  17. Love casserole. So easy and so good! We're going to give this one a try for sure.

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  18. I'm always looking for new chicken recipes. This looks so good. thanks! I'm going to make it!

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  19. This looks good and easy! chedeb5353@hotmail.com

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  20. How much rice do you use? Also how many cans of soup?

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