Turn to these easy casserole recipes packed with tender chicken and bubbly melted cheese when you need to satisfy your dinner crowd.
Mandy’s Easy Cheesy Chicken Casserole
This easy cheesy chicken casserole is guaranteed to be a hit at pot luck dinners and family meals. The creamy chicken mixture
is topped with a buttery crushed crackers and poppy seeds, making this casserole totally impossible to resist.
This lightened version of a classic dish is a great way to use leftover cooked chicken. The thin pasta soaks up the sauce
to become a hearty casserole. To make it easier to toss the pasta and sauce, break the vermicelli in half before cooking.
According to one online reviewer, "If you're thinking enchiladas, try this one!" The recipe is extra cheesy with both Monterey
Jack and Cheddar, but it will also be fine if you choose to use only one type of cheese.
Instead of filling individual tortillas separately as you do in a traditional enchilada recipe, simply layer the tortillas,
chicken mixture, and cheese in the baking dish. Sprinkle crushed tortilla chips over the top to give this creamy casserole
a bit of crunch.
Top the creamy pasta mixture with both shredded Cheddar and Parmesan cheeses in this super cheesy chicken tetrazzini. Go ahead
and make this casserole now and freeze it until you need a ready-made meal.
Mexican Chicken Casserole with Charred Tomato Salsa
Instead of the usual jarred salsa often called for in Mexican casserole, this recipe features a homemade salsa made with charred
tomatoes that are mixed with cilantro and fresh lime juice. Charring the tomatoes gives a rich flavor to the salsa, which
is a good match for this chicken-and-veggie-packed dish.
Prepare and cook this easy one-dish meal with chicken, potato, green beans and feta cheese in only one pot and save both space
and cleanup. You can decrease the sodium by using less anchovy paste or by replacing it with the olives.