How Can this delicious recipe be adapted to just oven use?
Stovetop Chicken & Broccoli Casserole
From EatingWell: March/April 2012
We trimmed 9 grams of fat and almost 100 calories in this makeover of cheesy chicken-and-broccoli casserole. All the raw ingredients are layered in a skillet, then simmered for a quick weeknight dinner.
12 Reviews for Stovetop Chicken & Broccoli Casserole
Very good dish...the creamiest! Was very good and the cheddar cheese just added wonderful flavor!
Mine was also a bit sweet and not much flavor. The noodles got starchy and stuck together. I'm going back to cooking noodles separately and mixing ingredients after they are cooked.
We made this one night on the spur of the moment, so didn't have chicken defrosted. We used salmon (from a packet) instead. I think you could also use tuna, making this a wonderful alternative to the standard tuna casserole with canned soup and no vegetables! Additionally, it was easy enough that my husband was able to make this one night when I was incapacitated. And it's only one pot, too! (Perhaps it was a little bland, but no more bland than other versions of this type of casserole.
OK....I was excited to prepare this dish. It's Tuesday night after a busy day and I was all set to make and enjoy. Sadly, this dish didn't deliver....however, this won't stop me from continuing to try recipes from a site I really enjoy.