Uncle Ben’s Long Grain And Wild Rice Recipe Chicken Casserole | Got a schedule this week? Right now who doesn’t! Finally my semester is at the end with finals only left and little time to generally be worrying about “what’s for dinner.” This chicken recipe is
easy to set up and delicious you can eat – also can I want?!?! Just plop the chicken breasts inside crockpot and mix up the other ingredients and pour in the chicken. Then in several hours it’s ready for you and the family. See? Simple, easy, yummy.
This casserole was so good and thus easy. I had no idea you could purchase a box of quick-cooking wild rice. The thing that was I thinking all of the times using the regular wild rice which takes forever to cook? I’ve already tried added chicken and wild rice casseroles (Paula Deen’s Chicken and Wild Rice and Cheesy Chicken and Wild Rice), but I favor this Pat’s version best.
I chose to makes the same night I had been serving it and I been with them ready very quickly, however you could prepare this each day early in advance and bake it before serving. I oftentimes tried one large Costco chicken (seasoned with salt, pepper and Italian seasoning) that I’d baked earlier and I sauteed the celery and onion as you move the rice cooked. Then, I mixed everything together and that’s it!
Easy Uncle Ben’s Long Grain And Wild Rice Recipe Chicken Casserole
This casserole forced me to feel like it had been a cozy Fall afternoon, because doing so honestly reminded me of the flavor of turkey and stuffing at Thanksgiving. Very comforting. I really think all your family will love this one.
To the menu today is my abbreviated version of any Chicken and Wild Rice Casserole. Mind you, this isn’t Ashley Mac’s recipe but rather a combination of some recipes that I came across while doing specific searches online. It’s quick and very easy but yet hearty enough that your family members will likely think that it took you hours to prepare.
I like making use of the random ingredients I’m having following a few days to are excellent food our kids will eat. It saves money and provides me with a sense accomplishment. So, don’t be worried to experiment these next 3 days with your food you imagine you can’t make anything with. You may be amazed at what you’ll formulate! Happy Cooking!
Servings 4 Servings
- 1 box Uncle Ben’s Long Grain and Wild Rice
- 1 can cream of mushroom soup
- 2 cups cooked chicken cubed (or any other meat)
- 1 1/2 cups frozen vegetables
- 1/2 cup cream or milk
- 1 tablespoon butter
- 1/2 onion diced
- 1/2 stalk celery diced
- 5 slices swiss cheese from the deli; or use about 1 cup grated cheese, any kind you have
- 1/3 cup toasted slivered almonds