Chicken Potato Casseroles
For easy weeknight suppers, try chicken-potato casseroles. With lots of room for variation, these easy recipes for chicken-potato casserole tweak flavor with ingredients like sweet potatoes, roasted poblanos, and wild mushrooms.See Popular Chicken Potato Casseroles Recipes
This easy chicken and cheese casserole is made in the slow cooker.
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This Mexican-influenced recipe brings together two of our favorite dinner staples: ground beef and the casserole. The meaty-cheesy filling gets a zesty kick from Mexican-style diced tomatoes and corn, and the fluffy topping is a mix of cornmeal and flour, with more cheese sprinkled over the whole dish. It's the perfect pick-me-up meal on a night when everyone is cold, tired, cranky, and hungry.
We can't pass up any recipe with "Mexican" in it. Love chicken. Love quick and easy casseroles.
We'd like to offer our sincerest thanks to whoever invented casseroles. Whether inspired by creativity or necessity (or the desire to do as few dishes as possible), this enterprising cook's willingness to combine ingredients into an one-pot meal has truly been a gift to us all. We're not saying there should be a national casserole day (hey, come to think of it ...), but we do think the dish deserves recognition, and we're here to honor it by showcasing some of the best quick and easy casserole recipes. Casseroles can be a main or a side dish, they canread more
If the thought of mashing potatoes this Thanksgiving is making you yawn, we've got just the wake-up call your holiday table needs. A hearty potato casserole! Not only is a potato casserole a tasty alternative, but these casseroles can be prepared in advance and warmed up before serving.
Wok on, with a Chicken and Potato Stir-Fry -- a hearty, healthy stew of carrots, potatoes, and skinless chicken breasts in an easy, herb-seasoned sauce -- that takes only a half an hour to make. What's not to like? Nothing, because this winter-warming dish delivers everything you want on a busy weeknight, from nutritious ingredients (think carrots, boneless chicken breasts) to wonderful savory flavors worthy of the name "stir-fry stew." We know that during the week, homework and your own work can take a toll on home economics, making it difficult to put the kind of meal onread more
Remember when hash browns were just for breakfast? Ha! Neither do we. Seems as long as we've ever known them, hash browns have been popping up in recipes all the live long day, and why not? They're budget-friendly, super easy to work with and prepare, and they fall just shy of chips for being the preferred potato delivery system (certainly when it comes to an easy way to serve potatoes hot and delicious, there are few equals). Often undersung, hash browns give an added heartiness to family casseroles and potluck potatoes, while also absorbing flavors in lighter dishes toread more
Want everyone to eat their broccoli? Then learn how to make broccoli and potato soup??you'll know that you're serving a nutritious dinner, the kids will just think it's yummy.
Like a good man, the perfect bronzer, or a pair of comfortable heels, a good (really good) chicken casserole recipe is hard to find. So when you get ahold of one that doesn't contain condensed cream of this, that, or the other -- and can be made ahead of time -- you hold on tight and never let go. I sort of never want to let go of the Chicken Florentine Artichoke Bake I made a couple weeks ago.
Some nights, you open the cupboard or fridge and blankly stare inside, hoping for some sort of divine culinary intervention. We can't claim to be angels, but we do have the answer for nights like those: chicken casserole. Chicken casseroles are easy to prepare, they're tasty, and they're also great for lunch leftovers the next day.
My fellow Thanksgiving diners, let's get real. Each holiday, we all "ooh" and "ahh" over the roast turkey and talk about how much we can't wait for the pumpkin pie, but when the eating really starts, what are we taking seconds of? The casseroles. Sure, right now some of you are protesting that you eat multiple servings of the turkey, but I've seen you all in action! A small second-helping of turkey is accompanied by a heaping helping of more -- yep -- casserole. Whether it's green-bean casserole, sweet potato casserole, potato casserole or some other deliciousread more