Recipe by Marilyn G.
"This is an easy to prepare, make-ahead-if-you-wish dish. All you need for accompaniment is mashed or baked potatoes, or rice. Great for company!"
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skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
fresh green beans, washed and trimmed
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of Cheddar cheese soup
ground cayenne pepper
seasoned dry bread crumbs
shredded Cheddar cheese
This was surprisingly good even though I made some changes (mistakes?). I didn't have cheddar cheese soup so I heated up some cream of mushroom in the same pan I used to brown the chicken and melted in some of the cheddar cheese. I also misread the recipe and layered the cheese, then the bread crumbs and bacon and baked at 400. The chicken was perfectly browned and crunchy. Initially, I only thought to make an OK dinner, but this turned out much, much better than expected.
I didnt care much for this dish. My husband loves green beans and cheesy food but he thought it was just ok. I wont make this again. Too much prep time for the end result. My breadcrumbs didnt get soggy, but the whole thing just didnt live up to my expectations.
Pretty good! I made some changes because I didn't have all the ingredients on hand, and happily enough, those changes made it healthier! First, I didn't have any bacon so I fried some shaved, diced ham and that was just like bacon except a lot less fattening. Also, I used a mix of frozen green beans and broccoli because I didn't have 20 ounces of either, and I also used rice. I mixed about two cups of cooked rice with about half a cup of the cheddar soup and spread it in the bottom of the baking dish, covered it with the veggies (I think I used more than 20 ounces), then put the chicken and ham and soup over it. I used two cans of the soup for it and am glad I did! And I used a lot more than a pinch of cayenne pepper and sprinkled salt on everything. For the bread crumbs, I just sprinkled a handful of Italian bread crumbs over top. I didn't have any cheese. I think I'll make all of these changes the next time (the bacon and cheese really weren't missed), except I'll mix some milk into the soup so it's not as translucent and isn't as thick. I think I'll also skip the bread crumbs or sprinkle them on before I pour on the soup. And finally, next time I won't cook it under the broiler because the bread crumbs got too dark in places after just a couple minutes. Just bake it like a normal casserole :o) With these changes, I think it will be a five!
We really liked this recipe, but made it with some modifications. Supermarkets here don't carry cream of cheddar soup and Canned soup's too salty for us anyway, so I made a white sauce and added some good New York State cheddar to it to create my cheese sauce. I added additional water to the sauce since other reviews here indicated the dish could be a little dry, a little more cayenne as we like a bit more spice, and some poultry seasoning to add even more flavor. Turned out great!
I gotta say, I didn't love this recipe. It was just too much, but not enough flavor. I sauteed the chicken with garlic and pepper, which helped, but the cheddar cheese soup was just too bland. I think cream of mushroom would be better. Also, I don't think the breadcrumbs were all that necessary. They didn't add much to dish at all. The bacon was nice, but wasn't enough to help this recipe. Thanks, but I don't think I'll make this again.
This was very good. I did change this up just a little bit. I didn't crumble the bacon, instead cut in half and placed on top of the chicken. I also added just a little bit of onion to the green beans while cooking. Hubby loves cheese and thought this was good. I do agree that the chicken needs some flavoring before frying up...but still good. Thanks for the post.
I added brown rice which turned this into a complete meal in one casserole. I pre-cooked the brown rice and made it into a bottom layer. My other changes were cutting the chicken into serving size portions for each family member then just laying 2-3 strips of that pre-cooked bacon over each one. I decided not to use bread crumbs cuz it seemed like there was enough going on in that pan already!! Came out delish. Even the leftovers were yummy.
Very tasty...However, next time (and there will be a next time!) I will add an extra can of soup and some milk so it is creamier. It was quite good tho!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Green Bean Cheddar Chicken
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 354
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