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Golden Chicken Casserole

(51 Votes)
SERVES
4
COOK TIME
30 Min

It's good to keep biscuit baking mix on hand for stretching our food budgets and making the most of leftovers. Take this dish...with leftover chicken and some Cheddar cheese, we'll have a golden-crusted meal fit for a king! Make this Golden Chicken Casserole once, and we bet you'll have a whole new outlook on leftovers.

What You'll Need:
  • 1 (10 -ounce) can condensed cream of chicken soup
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 1 1/4 cups milk, divided
  • 3 cups diced cooked chicken
  • 1 (16-ounce) package frozen mixed vegetables
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 3/4 cup biscuit baking mix
  • 1/4 cup cornmeal
  • 1 egg
  • 2 cups (8 ounces) shredded Cheddar cheese
What To Do:
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
     
  2. In a 9- x 13-inch baking dish, combine soup, sour cream, and 1/2 cup milk; mix well. Add chicken, vegetables, salt, and pepper; mix well.
     
  3. In a medium bowl, combine baking mix, cornmeal, egg, and remaining 3/4 cup milk; mix well then spoon over chicken mixture and sprinkle with cheese.
     
  4. Bake 30 to 35 minutes, or until edges are golden and chicken is warmed through.
Notes

 

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I made this for dinner tonight, and my husband gives it two thumbs up, and wants me to add it to the list of 'regulars'. I followed the recipe, and only added a tablespoon of dried minced onion with the soup/sour cream mix, and I sprinkled Italian bread crumbs on the cheese to make it crunch up a little. Next time I may increase the seasoning a bit. Enjoy!

Just average. I cannot help to compare it to my homemade Chicken Pot Pie so it just doesn't compete. I will not be making this again.

I will be making this in a couple of Sundays and i will see if everyone liked it and I will post on how much they liked it Okay !! Thanks For The Recipe !!!

Wonderful! We'd love if you could share a photo of the completed recipe with us on Facebook, too!

Is there a substitute for cornmeal??? Never have this on my shelf. Thanx!

Hi Denise! You can substitute cornmeal with plain breadcrumbs, or increase the amount of baking mix used in the recipe.

Can I put cooked rice in it

I think cooked rice would work very well in it. Good idea

really easy toput together and delouish. big hit!

Wonderful dish. Large family so I doubled the recipe. Also cooked my own chicken so that I now have a nice rich stock. I tried a blend of veggies called Far East blend will try different blend next time. Will also kick it up with some peppers and mushrooms. Didn't have cream of chicken soup so I used what I had on had which was cream of mushroom. Will make often.

Wish I could print some of these without the pics. It takes too much ink.

Copy and paste into a word document and then delete the pic.

All you have to do is highlight the text that you want to include. When you go to print, choose "selection" and "print". It will only print out what you have highlighted. Hope this helps.

question to mr. food - will pancake mix be good instead of biscuit mix?

QUESTION FOR THE FOOD KITCHEN - IS THERE ANY REASON WHEN I POST MY PERSONAL NOTES, THEY DO NOT PRINT OUT WHEN I PRINT THE RECIPE? WOULD BE NICE FOR MY PERSONAL REFERNCE AS I KEEP ALL MY RECIPES IN PLASTIC IN A BINDER FOR FUTURE REFERENCES - THANK YOU!

There is a place for notes.......under the name of the recipe. Click on it and put your own notes in and save. Hope this helps you out.

PLEASE FOLKS, IF YOU ARE SO CONCERNED ABOUT CALORIES, ETC., WHY DON'T YOU GO TO ANOTHER SITE THAT HAS IT ALL. WE HAVE TO THANK MR. FOOD FOR THE OOOH SO GOOD RECIPES HE GIVES US. NOT ALL PEOPLE ARE ON DIETS, EXCEPT I AM AND I COOK ACCORDING, SUBSTITUTING WHEREVER I CAN. MY BF CAN EAT ANYTHING AN NOT GAIN A LB. - MAKES ME SICK!!!

Tried this and used the low fat soups, sour cream, egg subsitutes and cheese. It was a wonderful comfort food. I come to this site once and awhile looking for a good comfort food recipe but I would use this site more if you had nutrional values listed also.

i really like to learn how to casserole.because boss like casserole .

I think all recipes should have at least a calorie count, other wise, love the site.

Hello, this sounds like a good recipe to make but my question is that my hubby doesn't like sour cream. Can I possibly leave the sour cream out and still make this dish with the other ingredients recommended? Thanks

I wonder if u can add a can of evaporated milk so u dont miss out on the creaminess?

It's amazing what our husbands will eat and like when they don't know it is in there. I had the world's pickiest husband but cured him by telling him what he'd been eating after he would ask for repeats of dishes I had made him.

I often use real mayonnaise as a substitute.

I have a family member with an egg allergy. Can I replace the one egg with Egg replacer in a box from the health food store or leave the egg out altogether? Any suggestions?

Thanks for your question. You can substitute the egg with an equal amount of egg replacer or egg substitute. However, we don't recommend omitting the egg completely.

Made this for supper last night. 4 out of 4 thumbs up from the family. I had a similar recipe that was very bland. I think adding the cornmeal was what made it so good. Great way to make use of left over chicken. Thanks Mr. Food!

sound good, I will definately make this..

This sounds great but do you have any recipes for just 2 people? Thanks

Just cut the recipe in half and use smaller pan

this is the recipe i have used since i saw it on t.v. years ago. we love it!

I like the sound of this recipe. I think any mix of veggies would be good. That is the beauty of veggies-we can decide what we like and add. I might try crunchy water chestnuts & snow peas. Oriental veggies sound good also. There are numereous ways to do this one. I agree it sounds like a keeper. I wonder if all ingredients could be mixed like a quiche then no need for cheese. Thanks for all the comments.

Family loved it! I did spice it up a little and I thought the cornmeal mixture was too thin to pour on top of the veggies so I added a little more cornmeal to thicken it up. But other than that it is definitely a keeper. I used broccoli, cauliflower, carrot mixed vegies. It was awsome!

mixed veggies? Do you mean like corn & peas or otherwise?

Whatever mixed vegetables you like to use.

Very Good, tasty & quick. Great take along dish

I hate, and I mean HATE, cheese. I cannot stand it. Is there a something I could use instead of cheese?

I haven't actually tried either, but substituting French's Fried onions, or StoveTop stuffing as the top layer would give you two different flavor options that would probably both be good.

Just skip the cheese. You could mix some herbs into the biscuit topping for extra flavor (fines herbs, herbs de provence, dill, seeds or whatever you like-even onion powder) or do an egg wash on the top and sprinkle herbs on top, or brush the top with butter when it comes out of the oven and sprinkle on some fresh minced parsley.

Mrs.T- Tried this and thought it needed more flavor. I plan to add some chicken broth, minced onion and celery salt next time I try this recipe.***

Very tasty and easy to make.

Love making casseroles! This one was so simple and was a big hit for dinner!!

I am usually very leery of the typical canned cream soup/leftover meat/frozen vegetable type of casserole. They serve a need (quick and easy meal to get rid of leftovers) but are usually rather disappointing. However, I was thrilled to find that this recipe is delicious as well as practical. Will serve this again and again.

sounds quick and great

Sounds yummy, can't wait to try it!

Recipe sounds great, but where is the nutrional information

62511br Sat.br 1153br br Mr.Food,br And a very Grand Morning to you.The rescipe sounds excellent to me I'm and family are going to have it this evening.My wife and Daughter (13),Son (11) both) both love noodles.If they could,they would eat chicken 5-days aweek (dark meat). Do you have any Recipes similar to this but with noodles ? Thank You.br Myself being a retired Chef from the Fla.Keys, (Green Truttle Inn) 18 yrs.) learned how to mix alot of different things together to make totally differently Dishes.Instead of EAST INDIAN CHICKEN CURRY try taking out the chicken and adding 1 12 -2 Shrimp or Fla. Lob. cut into 12'' cubes. It's really is pretty good.Really.br Kurt Smith.br br

This sounds like a good winter dinner! Or make it the day before for hurry and go night!

This sounds really good...I think it will become a great "After Thanksgiving" recipe by substituting cooked turkey leftovers for the cooked chicken. Thanks for such a helpful web site Mr Food! Love visiting here. Mrs K

I question the consistency of the biscuit/cornmeal/egg/milk mix, it seemed awfully liquid to me. I was expecting something more in the range of a dumpling type biscuit. Directions say to spoon over chicken mixture but mine was pourable.

Hi dhcatlady, Thank you for catching that. We checked the original recipe and the correct amount of milk is 1-1/4 cups. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you again for bringing this to our attention. Mr. Food Customer Service

This sounds good but the milk measurements do not add up for what is in the ingredient list and what is in the recipe directions. The most used in the recipe directions is 1-1/4 cups. So which is correct...2-3/4 as stated in the list of ingredients or the amount used in the directions?

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