The chicken we are familiar with is Gallus domesticus or the domestic chicken. We use this versatile meat in many of our chicken and rice recipes. Chicken is a healthy meal option for our everyday dinners. Ideal for tasty chicken casserole dishes.
The heritage of the chicken stems from four species of jungle fowl from southeast Asia.
The species of fowl, likely to be the ancestor of our domestic chicken is the red jungle fowl or Gallus bankiva. This is the most common species of wildfowl in the world today
Tasty Chicken Casserole Dishes
Even the pickiest family is sure to love this comforting Chicken Divan Casserole.
I was curious about the name of this dish so, I was delighted when Kaylee offered an explanation.
Apparently the dish takes its name from the restaurant in which it was devised. Chicken Divan Casserole comes from the Divan Parisienne Restaurant in New York City.
Best Chicken Rice Casserole
Chicken and rice casserole is a delicious and easy recipe made with a few staples from the pantry. Add in a little seasoning, shredded cheese, and a handful of vegetables for a mouthwatering baked chicken rice casserole the whole family will enjoy.
I love a good casserole recipe that’s easy to make and one that the whole family will enjoy. This cheesy chicken casserole with rice is one of our families’ favorites. You only need to have a few ingredients on hand and it’s quick and easy to put together.
Tasty Chicken Casserole Dishes
Quick and easy chicken recipe for school nights, and the leftovers are just as good! This is a special treat that you would be happy with on nay night.
Creamy, nutritious and delicious, what more would you want from a weekday supper, after a hard day’s work than tasty chicken casserole dishes.
Creamy Chicken Casserole Dishes and Rice
This creamy chicken and rice casserole is the perfect comfort food. Chicken, rice and vegetables are combined with a creamy sauce, topped with buttery, crunchy breadcrumbs and baked until golden and bubbly.
It’s an easy, affordable dish that’s great for Sunday dinner, you may even have some leftovers for lunch…maybe. This is one dinner your family will ask for again.
4 Ingredient Casserole
Chicken Rice Casserole makes for a crowd-pleasing dinner that comes together in under 5 minutes of prep time.
Made with only 4 ingredients, this dish has juicy chicken breasts and tender rice in a deliciously creamy sauce. This is a casserole that meal packs a lot of flavor in a filling one dish dinner and a meal that everyone will love!
There is nothing like Chicken Rice Casserole for dinner. This dish is deliciously easy, creamy and totally satisfying and you’ll never believe it needs just 4 ingredients!
This is a special dish because the recipe comes from my BFF, Penny and she’s been making this for years. It’s her go-to, must have, favorite easy weeknight meal that I just had to try.
Broccoli Rice and Chicken Bake
This easy broccoli, rice, and chicken casserole is topped with a buttery Ritz cracker crust. This meal comes together in less than 45 minutes and it takes one bowl and one casserole dish! Put this together ahead of time and pop it in the oven when you get home from work!
That is what happens when you forget to set the timer and stick the casserole under the broiler to just get the crust a “bit more color.”
Ha, I definitely got that color…I also got an entire house’s fire alarm going off.
So, I stuck the casserole under the broiler, for what I intended to be only 3-5 minutes, but I forgot to set the timer so I went into the living room and got on my laptop and started catching up on email.
Cheesy Broccoli Bake
This Cheesy Chicken Broccoli Rice Casserole includes homemade condensed or Campbell’s Soup, flavorful rice cooked in chicken broth, and a buttery, crunchy Ritz topping. Cook up some fresh chicken or use Rotisserie!
Are you ready for the ultimate comfort food recipe? My family and I have been eating this chicken and rice casserole for years now. Who needs to separate chicken, rice, and broccoli when you can whip up a creamy casserole?
Aloha Pineapple Chicken Casserole
A super easy one-pot meal with a Hawaiian flair. Ever notice how you can make anything taste Hawaiian by putting pineapple in it?
I’ve already used this trick a couple of times with chicken, once in a Crockpot Hawaiian BBQ and once in a foil packet dinner for the grill. And those are both good, but neither one is a true one-dish meal – something you can just pop on the table and serve, with no need for side dishes.