Thursday, June 9, 2011

Easy Cheezy Chicken & Rice Casserole

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Is it hard for you to make a good looking casserole? I have tried many times to make a good looking casserole. I'm thinking maybe that might never happen. The casserole I have for you today taste great. Yummy! Appearance is another story. Maybe that's why cheese so popular in casseroles. The smell is wonderful. I do love a good casserole. They are easy, feed the entire family, affordable. Casseroles freeze well.

There are over 40,000 varieties of rice. Rice is a staple food for more then 50% of the world population. Rice is grown in every continent except Antarctica. 

Easy Cheezy Chicken & Rice Casserole
Copyright 2011 Christine's Pantry. All rights reserved.

Ingredients:
2 cans chicken breast, drained
2 cups cooked rice
1 1/2 cups finely shredded cheddar cheese
1 (10.5 oz) can cream of chicken soup
pinch salt
1 teaspoon pepper

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Add ingredients in large bowl. Mix well. Pour into greased 3 quart casserole dish. Bake about 15 minutes. Enjoy!



33 comments:

  1. Yeah, I think you have to be a fantastic food stylist to make a casserole look good...something I'll never master!!! But, from looking at the ingredients, it sounds wonderful and tasty :)

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  2. Hi Lizzy, I'm not a food stylist, not yet anyway. :-)Giggle.

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  3. This sounds delicious, Christine! I would absolutely love a helping of that cheesy goodness! :)

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  4. This sounds and looks delicious! :)
    I love 3 of my favorite ingredients, in one dish. I love it!
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  5. one of my sons very favorites wow this looks great!

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  6. Beauty's only skin deep and yumminess is to the bottom of the casserole dish!

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  7. Wow- cheesy is right....I love casseroles!

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  8. I say this a lot but I also feel I could never say it enough... Thank You! Y’all make me smile and brighten my day.

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  9. Your casserole looks so comforting and good!

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  10. This sounds so delicious! I love recipes like this and can totally see my family enjoying this! Thanks for sharing!!

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  11. I've always been of the opinion that food doesn't have to look like it belongs in an art gallery to be delicious...the taste is where it's at. And casseroles definitely fall into the taste-good category, so to heck with what it looks like! :)

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  12. who wouldn't enjoy this? lovely casserole!

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  13. Chicken. Rice. Cheese. Yup. A perfect meal.

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  14. I love cooking with my caserole too! It's easy and scrumptious. I like yours as well. Simple is beautiful. Thanks for sharing it.
    Have a lovely day.
    Blessings, Kristy

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  15. This is real comfort food. The casserole looks so creamy and delicious. Thanks for sharing!
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  16. Chicken and rice together always looks beautiful to me! I love rice dishes and casseroles are so easy and great for leftovers! Definitely going to whip this one up! : )

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  17. I love the sound of a chicken and cheese casserole. It sounds heart, filling and very tasty! I am sure I would love a plateful of that! Thank you for sharing this recipe :)

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  18. Your casserole is plenty good looking:-) Mine are always such a mess. Oh well. at least they're tasty

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  19. Hi WizzyTheStick, thank you so much!

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  20. One secret for a great looking casserole is to put it under the broiler for just a few minutes at the end of baking to get a nice, brown top. I bet this tasted great! I have an "Easy Cheesy Chicken Casserole" on my blog is anyone is interested. :)

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  21. Mmmm, looks delicious! How can you go wrong with all these tasty simple ingredients :-)

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  22. this looks wonderful delicious casserole

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  23. Christine dear, I have an award for you. Please feel free to hop over to collect it.
    cheers, Kristy

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  24. Hi Kristy, I am VERY excited and honored to be awarded. Thanks so much!

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  25. Casseroles are not pretty - but the sure can be tasty! This one sounds great!

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  26. Hi Christine!
    WOW, that's some cheesy deliciousness you have there. Casseroles are "come as you are dishes" and that's what I LOVE about them!!!

    Thank you so much for sharing...

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  27. When I first read your ingredients, I wondered what kind of canned chicken you were using in the recipe...and dahhh, finally realized it's those yummy chickens just like the tuna in the cans.

    BTW-my spoiled kitties love those chickens in the cans as well, just like the tuna, and the sardines.
    Now, I'm really getting off the subject. Great quick and easy dish, that certainly I would enjoy, with the rice and cheese combo, baked and
    wait till it gets bubbly, nice and brown.
    Thanks for sharing, Christine:DDD

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  28. Hi Elisabeth, I bet the kitties love can chicken, tuna and sardines. They know good food when they see it. :-)

    Thanks for stopping by.

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  29. Hi Christine, Looks like a satisfying simple comforting dish, love chicken in a casserole with cheese;-)

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  30. Christine, I tried to comment yesterday but Blogger wasn't cooperating. We love simple dishes like this. I brown canned chicken in a fry pan and then add spices, cheddar & eggs for a nice omelet. We used canned cream of chicken soup for baking boneless, skinless chicken breasts...with some additional spices for a little more flavor. Thanks for this idea! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  31. This sounds and looks delicious! :)

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  32. This has everything I love, chicken, cheese and casseroles! I am definitely trying this recipe, wow, thanks so much for sharing looks amazing, I can't wait to try it! =]

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