Recipe by sal
"An A La King mixture including cubed chicken, peas, mushrooms, bell pepper and broth is poured into a casserole dish and baked with biscuits on top. Classic A La King goes casserole!"
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1 1/2 cups
2 1/2 cups
cubed skinless, boneless chicken breast meat
1 1/2 cups
1 1/2 cups
canned mushrooms, drained
cooked, sliced carrots
chopped red bell pepper
1 (16 ounce) can
refrigerated buttermilk biscuits
I followed this recipe with the exception of using all fresh veggies but had to add spices to give it the quick I felt it was missing - poultry seasoning, celery salt, marjoram, pepper and sage. Good comfort food recipe that isn't too bad for you.
Easy A La King Biscuit Casserole Haiku: "This was pretty bland. The worst was raw biscuit dough. Whole dish was a dud." The best part of this recipe was that it didn't call for a can of cream of this-or-that, but the end result was still really tame and could've greatly benefited from some herbs and/or seasoning. Also, in 30 min. we had biscuits that were more than golden on the top (veering into overdone territory), but totally raw half-way down, so when serving it, we had to tug and flick away the uncooked biscuits which was very disappointing to the whole family.
I had to substitute homemade turkey broth and turkey meat for the chicken broth/chicken meat in this casserole only because that's what I had on hand. I did use equal amounts fresh sliced baby bella mushrooms. I made this casserole in my cast iron skillet. What I did was browned the onion with the mushrooms, red pepper and a little fresh minced garlic in the butter in the skillet, then added the flour and let the mixture turn a light brown before adding the broth, turkey meat and the remaining vegetables. Before sticking the casserole in the oven, I brushed each biscuit with butter. My casserole was done in a little over 20 minutes. The whole family liked it. This is really like a quick Turkey Pot Pie. I'd make this again. Very filling and comforting dish.
Home made goodness taste without the effort!! The kids even loved it. It was an easy way to sneak vegetables into a meal. I used a bag of frozen mixed vegetables instead of just plan peas. I skipped the peppers because no one in my family really likes them.
No clue what planet I was on when I put in 1/2 cup of flour. Had to scramble to add more butter, cursing like mad.. but it's weird. I had boiled up a large batch of chicken thighs for the meat, as I was 'going cheap', and I always make my own broth from that of course, so I had plenty of broth to keep adding to make the consistancy of my Mistake.. work. The stuff I ended up with was thicker still than I would normally have made it and I just knew it was going to be awful! it turned out awesome! lol Just goes to show, when a recipe is simple basic, it can cover lil mistakes like that. Now the family wants it Just that way all the time.
I adjusted this recipe only to include more chicken, as my kids are fanatics about white meat. This was the easiest, and
most adaptable recipe I have found in a long time. Thanks Sara, my kids thought of it like a Chicken Pot Pie, and if I had told
them Ala King, they would not have even tried it!!!!
This recipe was pretty good. Like a big pot pie. I added frozen peas & carrots & eliminated the mushrooms & peppers since my kids won't eat them. Otherwise they really liked it.
Very good. I liked not using soup to make the sauce. I added a touch of rosemary and thyme.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy A La King Biscuit Casserole
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 401
** Calories from Fat: 110
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