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Chicken, Mushroom & Wild Rice Casserole

September/October 2010

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In Minnesota, chicken, mushrooms and wild rice are often bound together in a casserole with cream of mushroom soup. We forgo the sodium-rich canned soup and make a light, creamy sauce that gets depth of flavor from dry sherry and Parmesan cheese. If you already have cooked chicken, use 4 cups and skip Step 2.



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"The recipe turned out good. If you like casseroles that are usually made with of the condensed soup, you will probably really enjoy this dish. I don't use condensed soup so this was a nice way to prepare this type of a dish without all...

26 Reviews for Chicken, Mushroom & Wild Rice Casserole

10/14/2010
Anonymous

The recipe turned out good. If you like casseroles that are usually made with of the condensed soup, you will probably really enjoy this dish. I don't use condensed soup so this was a nice way to prepare this type of a dish without all the extra sodium and processed ingredients. I made it for the parents who really loved it. I followed the recipe as written. It reheated well the next day also. Just as the article said, it is something that works well at a church function.

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10/11/2010
Anonymous

IT WAS A VERY GOOD MEAL AND VERY TASTEFUL

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10/10/2010
Anonymous

I used 1 cup of rice per the reviews. We thought that this was very good comfort food. I don't really see the point in layering the ingredients as it doesn't hold its shape when serving. I think next time I would just mix the sauce, chicken, green beans and rice together and then top with the sliced almonds. I would definately make again.

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09/21/2010
Anonymous

Great recipe - would definitely make it again and now that I see the other comments about the 1 cup of rice I would do that too!

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09/16/2010
Anonymous

I too used almost 1 cup of wild rice. I made this casserole to share with my niece and her family and we all loved it. I also made one and froze it to send to college for my son to enjoy. It was a great comfort food and was nice to know it was a healthy dinner. The prep time is definitely worth the end product.

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