Another Smothered Chicken Casserole
This "Another Smothered Chicken Casserole" is a delicious fall recipe that you can enjoy on any night of the week. The creamy cheesy sauce, combines with the chicken perfectly for a dinner that the whole family will love.
To start this smothered chicken casserole recipe youíll need some boneless skinless chicken breasts, these you will place in a ziploc bag. Next you will our in some of your favorite caesar salad dressing and mix it around. Cardiniís is a good choice. Let the chicken marinade for at least 3 hours, up to overnight. Once youíre, you'll want to fry up some bacon and remove from the pan to drain. You'll want to pour off all but about two tablespoons of the bacon fat from the pan, heat it back up to medium high and brown your marinated chicken. Just a few minutes on each side if perfect, you don't need to cook the meat all the way through, just getting some color on it. Remove the chicken from the pan once browned and place in your casserole dish. Then you can use the same pan that you cooked the chicken in, you can pour out any remaining bacon fat. You do still want all the caramelized bits left at the bottom of the pan so donít wash out yet. Place the pan back on the stove and add a bit of butter. Once the butter is melted add in the onions and mushrooms and let cook until they are softened and starting to caramelize. Stir in some flour and let cook for minute.
Some of the ingredients you will need for this smothered chicken casserole recipe include caesar salad dressing, boneless and skinless chicken breasts, bacon, sliced mushrooms, all purpose flour, butter, kosher salt, pepper, fresh lemon juice, chicken brother, heavy cream, grated Gruyere cheese, diced tomatoes, minced parsley and some angel hair pasta. On this recipe you will find all sorts of recipe ideas and inspirations to include homemade Hawaiian haystacks recipe, slow cooker broccoli cheese soup recipe,
stuffed lasagna shells recipe, garlic chicken marinade recipe, amazing 30 minute chili recipe and lots more.
Casseroles are a great way to throw together lots of nutritious ingredients to enjoy a healthy and delicious recipe. Casseroles in the United States or in continental Europe usually consist of pieces of meat that can be chicken or fish (tuna is popular), various chopped vegetables, a starchy binder such as flour, rice, potato or pasta, and a crunchy or cheesy topping. Liquids are released from the meat and vegetables while they are cooking, and further liquid in the form of stock, wine, beer, or vegetable juice may be added when the dish is assembled. Casseroles are usually slowly cooked in the oven usually uncovered. Casseroles may be served as a main course or a side dish, and may be served in the dish in which they were cooked.
There is just something about bacon that makes everything better. We all know about bacon served with breakfast beside eggs and a side of toast. But bacon can also be served on sandwiches most popular on the bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich, otherwise known as a BLT. Bacon can be cooked to crispy perfection and crumbled to serve over cobb salads, soups, and even maple bacon donuts. Bacon wrapped foods are also a favorite with scallops, shrimp and asparagus being favorites served with the tasty meat. Bacon jam and bacon marmalade are also available and served at grocery and specialty shops.
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