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Creamy Chicken & Broccoli Casserole

Creamy Chicken & Broccoli Casserole recipe
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You up for an easy chicken and broccoli casserole that's cheesy, creamy and covered in a crisp, buttery cracker topping? We've got you covered.
15 min
50 min
6 servings, about 1 cup each
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I tweaked this recipe a bit to suit what I had on hand. I used frozen mixed veg, I didn't have the cooking cream so I made my own by adding a a couple of ounces of chicken stock to 8 oz of cream cheese, heat and whisk together. I then added garlic powder to it. It came out really good. I mixed the milk together with the cream cheese mixture and poured it over the chicken, cheese and veg. I had the issue with the excess water but I just stirred the chicken before adding the crumbs. I didn't have ritz so I used panko instead. It was quite the hit with the family. Would definitely make this again.
I agree with a lot of the other reviews - TOO MUCH WATER! The taste o top was delish, but the water on the bottom of the casserole ruined it. Like someone suggested, you probably need to PRE-COOK the FROZEN VEGGIES to get rid of the excess water. I used frozen green beans, fresh mushrooms, mozzarella cheese with the uncooked chicken breasts with the Kraft Garlic auce.
I was pleasantly surprised with how this recipe turned out. I had to defrost my chicken in the microwave first, so it cooked slightly. I used the steamed bag broccoli and cooked it in the microwave first. I think this cut down on the excess liquid other reviews mentioned. After the first 25 minutes the chicken was relatively cooked (they were cut into small cube about 1 in. each), as a precaution I dumped some of the excess liquid (maybe half a cup)in the end I don't even think that was necessary. I added some additional cheese when I added the crackers, making the dish very cheesy, which my husband and I like. After taking it out of the oven, the liquid solidified some. The dish was very tasty and we would have it again. I was going to make rice as other reviews mentioned, but even my husband, thinks it may have been too much food. The dish was surprisingly filling.
Taste is good, but I agree with a couple of the other posts... too much liquid! I had to drain about a cup of liquid out of the dish before adding the topping. Maybe if you cooked the chicken first?
Not sure what happened, but when it came time to add the ritz crackers there was so much liquid that the crackers became soggy. Other than that it tasted pretty good.
the cream cheese gave it a sour flavor but I think it wouldbe awesome if you replaced that with maybe cream of chicken soup.
Even my picky husband loved this recipe. So easy to make just throw everything in the dish and bake - even my husband can follow the directions and make this. I will definitely make this again.
This was an AWSOME recipe! Im not personally a fan of broccoli but in this cassarole it was delicious. I would recommend however upping the cooking time.
I like this recipe but the first time it seemed like something was lacking. I just made it for the 2nd time and added hash brown potatoes to it. Probably not the healthiest addition but it rounded out the taste and texture that seemed to be missing the first time.
My picky 10 yr. old (who refuses to eat broccoli) ate 2 big bowls of this, and my hubby loved it, too. I used a rotisserie chicken and added a little extra cheese on top-DELICIOUS! This one's a keeper.
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