Rotisserie or canned chicken are quick, easy fixings for dreamy casseroles. Make them on the weekend, and warm them during the week to enjoy a hot and healthful meal. These easy chicken casserole recipes include chicken-and-rice casserole and chicken-noodle casserole.See Popular Chicken Casseroles Recipes
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.
"When you have leftover pickle juice, isn't it a waste not to use it to make chicken taste delicious?" asks Frank Falcinelli. He brines chicken breast in dill-pickle juice to flavor it and keep it moist in the oven, then serves it on top of supertender leg meat he's shredded and mixed with sauteed chard.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
Spicy seasoned chicken and hash brown potatoes create this easy casserole recipe.
Hearty and so good, this casserole can be put together in only 15 minutes, resulting in a complete meal ready in only 20 minutred more.
Chipotle chilies are actually smoked jalepeno peppers. Here they add a smoky-hot appeal to this family-style dish. Look for canned chipotles in adobo sauce in the international food aisle of your supermarket or at Hispanic food markets.
This healthier alternative to the traditional chicken tetrazzini recipe tastes just as great.
Grace Parisi makes a slightly spicy red sauce for these enchiladas with smoky guajillo chiles and fruity ancho chiles.
Chicken, broccoli and cheese make a winning combination in this mouthwatering casserole that's on the table in just 30 minutes.
Relax...it takes just 10 minutes to put together this kicked-up casserole, and the whole family will be thrilled when it comes out of the oven.