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Chicken Rice Hot Dish

"'My mother used to make this comforting main dish to serve to a group,' recalls Laurie Hobart of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. 'When she became widowed, she converted the recipe to serve just herself. I often fix this simple stovetop supper when I'm eating alone.'"
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40 m servings
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  1. In a small saucepan, saute celery and onion in butter. Add broth, carrot, rice, salt and pepper. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 20 minutes. Stir in chicken and parsley. Cover and simmer 5-10 minutes longer or until the rice and vegetable are tender.

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This really deserves four and a half stars. Most of my family really liked it, but I found it a tad bland. Still, it's a nice, quick way to get rid of leftover chicken. To make it healthier I us...

I could not believe how delicusly savory and simple to prepare this very easy dish was and my family of men can attest to that. There was no such thing as "leftovers" with this one. this dish w...

I expanded the quantity for this recipe and added some crushed garlic. Yum! Great for "planned overs".

Thank you for posting one of my childhood favorites. I have attempted to make this simple dish many times and I could never get it quite right. I have made this several times following the rec...

Very good. Comfort food.

This was very quick and easy to make. The rice cooked down to the point of being a bit mushy so this would be great comfort food. a bit like a stove-top casserole.

This recipe is great! My children loved it! I did add about 3 Tbsp fresh chopped garlic, a pinch of dill, and I cooked raw, cubed cubed chicken breast with the celery. I omitted the onion becaus...

This recipe is so delicious, especially considering how easy it is. I did not add salt as my chicken bouillon cubes have more than enough and I topped with a little cheese and thought it was gre...

My family liked this one, even my 9 year old who doesn't like much. It was perfect for a chilly day. Great comfort food.

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