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Stovetop Chicken & Broccoli Casserole

March/April 2012

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (123 votes)

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.


Stovetop Chicken & Broccoli Casserole

12 Reviews for Stovetop Chicken & Broccoli Casserole

07/14/2012
Anonymous
Stovetop Chicken & Broccoli Casserole

How Can this delicious recipe be adapted to just oven use?

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05/25/2012
Anonymous

Very good dish...the creamiest! Was very good and the cheddar cheese just added wonderful flavor!

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05/14/2012
Anonymous
Meh

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.

Easy
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05/14/2012
Fast, easy, healthy, and only one pot!

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.

Quick, One-pot, Easy
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03/20/2012
Anonymous
Ahhh...this one...not so great...lacked flavour and for some odd reason, tasted a bit sweet...

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.

the good thing was that it was simple to prepare
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