Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 350
  • Season both sides of chicken with seasoned salt and garlic pepper
  • Cube chicken
  • Drizzle large nonstick skillet with EVOO, add margarine (I like my electric skillet)
  • Throw in chicken and all ingredients down to red pepper flakes
  • Cook until chicken is done and veggies are soft
  • (If using noodles or rice, cook according to package directions while the chicken is cooking. Be sure to cook noodles only to al dente stage so that they don't become mushy and fall apart in casserole).
  • Turn into large mixing bowl
  • Add drained and rinsed pasta, or rice (drained if needed)
  • Stir in cheeses while warm
  • Stir in remaining ingredients up to Stuffing Mix
  • Spread in large casserole dish
  • Mix together stuffing mix and parmesan cheese
  • Spread over top
  • Cook about 35-45 minutes, until bubbly

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  • NPMarie 4 months ago
    IMI review
    Kicked Up Chicken Casserole
    Please add to the IMI group!
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  • NPMarie 3 years ago
    How did I miss this one? YUM!
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  • valinkenmore 3 years ago
    Love the sounds of this Lori. Thanks for giving me the idea for dinner.
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    " It was excellent "
    knoxcop ate it and said...
    Back to report in on this one:

    I made this last night for dinner--what a hit! Good old fashioned comfort food at it's best. I did make an alteration or two, but not enough to truly modify the recipe. We all know of a recipe site where a recipe is posted, then 50 people come in to murder the recipe and rate it down. I don't believe in that! LOL

    I used pimento because I didn't have red peppers. Also left out the mushrooms because my guys won't eat 'em.

    The celery and onion here add texture and flavor, the garlic adds it's punch--and the addition of Swiss and cream cheeses brings it home. ALSO: This recipe as written makes a Franklin TON of casserole--perfect for an 11x15 dish taken to a potluck or gathering. I halved the recipe and still had enough for a med-large size Pyrex round.

    I found that adding enough half&half to make it kind of soupy before baking worked best for me. I topped mine with buttered cornflake crumbs because didn't have the stuffing.

    HIGH 5 on this one--variable enough to use your own goodies to add in. I do suggest you use the celery and onions as written, really gives it goodness.

    Thanks for another keeper, SPAROW---now get to work on that cookbook, girly! :-)

    --Kn0x--
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    " It was excellent "
    pleclare ate it and said...
    Yum!
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    " It was excellent "
    knoxcop ate it and said...
    Oh my goodness---Now you're giving me ideas for tonight's dinner of chicken chunks, girl! Wow, I love your cooking style, Sparow--still think you should do that cookbook! --Kn0x--
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  • otterpond 4 years ago
    I spy with my little eye someone clearing out the refrigerator. Excellent work!
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    " It was excellent "
    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    great tasty love this combo. thanks bunches
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    " It was excellent "
    justjakesmom ate it and said...
    I love this stuff! All comfy and warm ;'} lip-smackin' good.
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  • lilliancooks 5 years ago
    Oh...this sounds soooo good! Comfort food at its best!
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  • conner909 5 years ago
    You're a girl after my own heart! Comfort food to the max!
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    " It was excellent "
    chefbaudri ate it and said...
    I'm lovin' it!!! Definitely a great kicked up version. HIgh 5!!!!
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