Chicken leftovers, front and center! Use leftover chicken or cook up some fresh to make these popular chicken casseroles, including creamy chicken, King chicken, and fiesta chicken and rice.See Popular Chicken Casseroles Recipes
This one-pot dish was inspired by chef Judy Rodgers's famous wood-fired roasted chicken at Zuni Cafe in San Francisco. Rodgers serves the chicken over bread and a salad, but Melissa Perello goes further and cooks the chicken over croutons tossed with greens, capers and golden raisins.
Bisquick Heart Smart® recipe! Create a lip-smackin' chicken dish using barbecue sauce and cheese.
Creamy and cheesy, this is a dish the whole family will love; it's got just enough kick from the chilies and it's loaded with tender pulled chicken breast and gooey cheese. This could be a featured dish on your Cinco de Mayo spread.
An easy version of a south-of-the-border classic "chilaquiles"--this dish uses leftover tortilla chips layered with chicken, Pace® Picante, corn, olives and cheese.
Here's a tasty way to use up leftovers, or a simple dish to start from scratch. Canned chicken, French fried onions and cream of celery soup make it easy and delicious.
This comforting and delicious casserole features chicken, veggies, noodles and lots of cheese...you can make the entire dish in less than an hour, and when dinner is served, everyone will be happy.
The chicken stock and sour cream both serve a dual purpose here: They moisten the biscuits and enrich the thick, luscious sauce.
This tasty one-dish casserole uses canned chicken, colorful vegetables and crunchy fried onions to help you get a delicious dinner on the table in less than an hour!
This comforting casserole combines chicken, tortilla strips, red peppers, tomato paste, black beans and diced green chilies, all bathed in a scrumptious sauce made with Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup.
Sweet 'n' sour seasoning for a creamy mushroom sauce gives this chicken 'n' rice casserole an exotic note.
This crowd-pleasing, kicked-up casserole uses pantry ingredients and refrigerator staples topped with a refrigerated pie crust...it takes only 15 minutes to put together, but it tastes like you've been cooking for hours.
Stock-up your pantry with cream of celery soup, soy sauce and French fried onions, because this delicious baked chicken dish is one you'll want to make again and again!
This fresh-flavored, spicy recipe calls for both chicken breasts and thighs and a good deal of spices, added slowly as the dish cooks. Use only chicken thighs and add the spices all at once to cut back on the cooking time.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Hey! "Throw down" that leftover chicken to make a one-dish taco casserole. Family and friends will think you're the latest celebrity chef.
Got 15 minutes? This baked chicken dish, made with pineapple, ginger and a kicky picante sauce, will have them dancing to the dinner table.