Old Fashioned Chicken and Rice Casserole

By: Kristi from ishouldbemoppingthefloor.com
Old Fashioned Chicken and Rice Casserole
Old Fashioned Chicken and Rice Casserole
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The next time you need to bring a side dish to a party or a potluck, try out this recipe for Old Fashioned Chicken and Rice Casserole! It’s so easy, and it’s the perfect thing to make when you want a little something that tastes familiar with your dinner. Chicken and rice were simply meant to be together, and this casserole recipe is proof of that. This recipe is great for any occasion, and it’s a crowd pleaser, so whip up a batch or two and take it to your next potluck for a dish that everyone will love.

Makes6 Servings

Preparation Time15 min

Cooking Time1 hr 30 min

Cooking Vessel Size9 x 13-inch Baking Dish

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This is a old family Favorite recipe that has been passed down for 3 generations in our family!! We love this Old Fashioned Chicken and Rice Casserole. Although, we have not used the minute rice, and never knew you can buy it in a can. ?? Really??? We also add some frozen broccoli spears and 2 cans of water to clean out the soup cans. I'll never forget the time my mom thought she would change it up and put in a layer of canned spinach. As a kid, I was like Oh no way!! Now it is a good replacement.. Thank you so much for sharing this free casserole recipe.

Hi Cheryl Y, in this recipe the rice is just measured with a soup can, the rice itself doesn't come in a can. So, rather than using a measuring cup, you can just pour the rice into one of the emptied soup cans and measure that way. I definitely understand the confusion though! Enjoy! - Natalie, Editor of FaveSouthernRecipes


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