Comforting Chicken

Comforting Chicken

"When you don't need to cook for a whole crew, try this smaller sized casserole that feeds just a few. 'The saucy combination of chicken and rice is one of our favorite suppers,' assures Edna Thomas of Warsaw, Indiana."
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1 h 10 m servings
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  1. In a large skillet, heat oil and butter. Add chicken, onion and green pepper; cook and stir until the chicken is lightly browned and vegetables are tender. Stir in the remaining ingredients. Transfer to a lightly greased 1-1/2-qt. baking dish. Cover and bake at 375 degrees F for 55-60 minutes or until the rice is tender.

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We're all getting over colds and needed some "comfort food!" This was good, but needed a little zip to make it less bland. I made as-is, but added a head of broccoli florets (do not cook before...

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I didnt use chilli, instead I spiced it up with some parsley. I used brown rice, and sprinkled cheese on the top. My husband ate it, but didnt really "love' it. i dont think i ll do it again!.. ...

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We're all getting over colds and needed some "comfort food!" This was good, but needed a little zip to make it less bland. I made as-is, but added a head of broccoli florets (do not cook before...

This chicken dish is so very easy to make and toddler friendly! I used chicken broth instead of water and seasoned the chicken before cooking it with garlic salt, onion powder and pepper. I al...

Really good! Very creamy and comforting. I didn't plan my day very well, and realized I didn't have much time to cook dinner, so I made this dish entirely on the stovetop. I simmered 1 cup ri...

This is a great weeknight recipe. Doesn't take long to make, and really is a great amount for 2 people. We've used a number of cream soups for the base: cream of broccoli, cream of wild mushro...

This was a snap to prepare and turned out nicely! I only baked mine for 50 minutes and the rice was perfect. Instead of green peppers I used broccoli... it turned out much too soft, so I wouldn'...

The title of this recipe fits! Very comforting and exactly what we needed this evening. Doubled the recipe and used a mix of red/yellow/orange peppers in place of green (personal pref) and low s...

I doubled the recipe & had to use 1 can cream mushroom & 1 can cream of chicken. Also threw in 2 small cans of mushrooms. Served with steamed broccoli. Delish!!

Very good for a quick meal! I followed Dianne's stove top cooking method which made preparation very fast and easy. Put chicken in a garlic/lemon marinade all day for more flavor. Decreased rice...

Great, easy, fast recipe! Perfect for a cold night. Used red pepper as I didn't have any green ones. Sprinkled garlic powder since we LOVE garlic. Baked for only 50 minutes since the top was...

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