Creamy Chicken Casserole

Hi everyone…

I’ve got a GREAT recipe for all of you casserole lovers out there. Pretty simple recipe and if you try it, you’ll LOVE IT! My wife says it’s a do-over and that’s good enough for me. Here we go.

Ingredients:

1 lb box of pasta shells or spirals

2 10 ounce cans of cream of chicken (or just make my homemade cream of chicken recipe in my previous blog post which is what I used here)

3 chicken breasts

6 – 8 slices of bacon

2 cups of colby jack cheese

Garlic Parm wing sauce (optional)

First, let’s preheat our oven to 400

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Cook up bacon and set aside.

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Cube up the chicken then sautee to a golden brown and set aside as well.

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Cook your pasta and set aside. (not pictured)

I am using the cream of chicken soup that I made in my previous post but you can use 2 cans of cream of chicken.

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Now, I used the same pot that I cooked the pasta in. Throw in the pasta, chicken, soup and mix up.

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Incorporate all the ingredients.

Once combined, add to a baking dish.

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Next, add the colby jack cheese, crumble then add the bacon.

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Bake in the 400 oven and there you go…

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If you want to kick it up a notch, add some garlic parm wing sauce.

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Simply delicious…

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This is crazy good whether you use the garlic parm sauce or not. Give it a try and you might find another chicken recipe that becomes the norm. 🙂

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To your abundance, my friends!

John

The Tastefully Simple guy

 

 

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