4 boneless chicken breast (halves)
1 can condensed cream of chicken soup
1 cup sour cream
35 round crackers
1/4 cup Melted butter
1/4 cup chopped onion
1/4 cup chopped mushroom
1/4 cup red pepper--chopped
1 can milk
The very word ‘casserole’ invokes appetite and anticipating pleasure for your taste buds, and there is no healthier and tastier casserole a chicken casserole. Packed with nutrition and satiating, chicken casserole is an ideal family dish, especially for growing children who need extra nutrients, while at the same time being so yummy that even the pickiest of kids will enjoy it without complaints. Make no doubts, they will dive right into a chicken cassrole!
The biggest advantage of casseroles, as a type of dish, is its never-ending flexibility. So, even if it is your family’s core meal, it can always be different. You can vary it with different types of veggies, the amount of onions, melted butter, mushrooms, milk, cheese, etc. That being said, you should consider this recipe to be the golden one among countless
variations. But as everyone who enjoys cooking knows, experimentation comes with the flow of the cooking craft.
Unlike with red meat, you don’t need to concern yourself with negative effects if you indulge in chicken regularly. Chicken meat has a considerably less amount of cholesterol, while maintaining good protein profile your body needs.
In addition, the vegetables you mix in will ensure a steady supply of all the necessary vitamins and minerals. The trick is to always strive for a full spectrum of vegetable colors, as that indicates the amount of different nutrients a dish contains.
How to Make It
If you won’t eat it all at once, you can store it in a lunchbox of your choice, like Vaya
The word casserole is derived from a French word meaning sauce-pan or any large and deep vessels used to bake one-pot foods in an oven or serve cooked food.