Crunchy Chicken Casserole
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 30 min.
Good recipe for company. Saut?ed some thinly sliced carrots with the celery and onion.
If I could give this 10 stars I would! My family and I have been loving this casserole since I found it in my mothers Reminisce magazine in 1994. The crunch of the water-chestnuts and almonds is amazing!! If I take this to pot lucks I had better have the recipe with me because I WILL be asked for a copy every time with out fail. I do use 1 cup of the mayo and some garlic salt which I put in everything any way instead of just plain salt.
I was looking for a quick dish for some left over chicken. Didn't have the water chestnuts or almonds. Not a spoonful was left! I did not have on hand the water chestnuts or almonds, but I did have Frosted Flakes. I never change recipes but this one worked. Even my husband (who hates creamy type dishes) scooped this one up. Everyone voted it was a repeat dish. Next time I will had the crunchies.
Sorry, none of us cared for this recipe. It maybe needed more rice, another can of cream of chicken soup, less mayonnaise? something just wasn't right.
This was a very bland dish! I would not recommend even to the dog. It had no flavor and I was thoroughly disappointed
Simple and very tasty. We served it with side vegetables for a complete meal. We'll be having this again.
for the cooked rice I always use a pkg of rice a roni...the long grain & wild rice flavor...SO GOOD!
Yummy, a keeper!!
This is my favorite recipe for chicken casserole! I make it a little differently. I add a couple hard boiled eggs, sliced. And instead of cornflakes, I add crushed potato chips on top. It's delicious! And perfect to take to people when you need to bring someone a meal, or freeze (minus the potato chip topping) and pull out on a day when you're busy and need to heat something up. Comfort food, for sure.
This is great for when you need to take a meal to a family because it is something even the kids will love.