I have been asked so many times how I make my chicken casserole and it is the easiest recipe in the world. My older sister taught it to me years and years ago. It used to feed our whole family and that is a lot. My mom, dad, two of my sisters, two of my nieces, two of my nephews, my older son, and myself. Of course half of those are kids but still. It can easily feed at least 6 -8 people and its cheap and easy to make.
boneless chicken breast (wait for a good sale and stock up! I got 20 lbs at $1.99/lb and separated each pack into 2lbs and put them in freezer bags)
2 cans of cream of chicken soup
flour (I use wheat)
First you start with the boneless chicken breast. I cut them into small chunks and rinse them. Then I put them in a bowl.
Then I roll the chicken in flour and coat each piece well. I usually dip the chicken in a beaten egg but its personal choice.
Then you would brown the chicken in oil. I use corn oil, a friend of mine uses olive oil. I had too much chicken for this pan but I did it anyways because I am lazy.
After the chicken is brown, I drain the oil and let the chicken sit in a colander. I then mix the cream of chicken soup with a cup and a half of milk in a glass casserole dish. Then I place the chicken throughout the dish. I then crush up two packs of Ritz crackers and spread them on top of it, make sure its all covered.
You can then place your casserole dish in the oven at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. I use this time to make my sides. I usually serve either Saffron rice or Long Grain and Wild Rice. I also serve homemade wheat mac n cheese noodles with Pepper Jack Velveeta and green beans.
Here it is! Super easy meal to feed the whole family and still have some leftovers for someone to take to work the next day. The last time I made it my family wanted corn on the cob instead of green beans. My 9 year old pointed out that we had an entire meal of yellow foods.
Try it and come back and let me know how it worked for you! And if you liked this post, be sure to use those little share buttons at the bottom to show your love!
6 thoughts on “Yummy Chicken Casserole Feed a Family Recipe”
This recipe looks so delicious! I would love to make this for my family. Chicken is one of my meats that I enjoy making.
I love casseroles and love chicken. Your dinner looks wonderful. Thank you for the recipes.
hmm. not a casserole fan but looks easy
I pinned this recipe to Pinterest! Also, it seems that I have already commented on just about all of your recipes! But I will leave a comment to say I have made this recipe and my family loved it!
Yeah, I am working on getting more up but it always seems like I have a review or post about movies or something I did instead to do and I forget about the recipe I made and took pics of it lol
I love the addition of crushed Ritz crackers!