Jambalaya is a classic Creole dish that combines rice with a variety of other ingredients such as tomatoes, onions, peppers
and some type of meat or shellfish. This easy one-dish meal features both smoked sausage and shredded rotisserie chicken.
Falling-off-the-bone tender is what you get when you simmer chicken pieces in a liquid mixture of wine and broth along with
herbs and fresh vegetables. Everything cooks together in a Dutch overn for a hearty one-dish dinner.
Give chicken thighs Indian flavor by cooking them in a mixture of basmati rice, almonds, golden raisins, yogurt, cinnamon
and ginger. Before baking the chicken, you can top the casserole with buttered sheets of phyllo dough.
You'll love this traditional yet low-fat version of Chicken and Broccoli Casserole that's rich, filling, and full of flavor.
The main ingredients stay the same: chicken, broccoli, cream of mushroom soup, and Parmesan cheese, but lightened versions
take the place of full-fat mayonnaise, whole milk, and heavy cream. These changes trimmed an impressive 218 calories and almost
30 grams of fat per serving–without sacrificing a bit of flavor!
Chicken and Rice Casserole with Spinach and Shiitakes
Take the traditional casserole up a notch by adding both flavor and nutrition with spinach and shiitake mushrooms. Pair with
a simple green salad, and you've got a make-ahead menu for casual entertaining.
This Southwestern-inspired casserole incorporates corn tortillas, green chiles, and chicken. You can make-ahead for a large
group (the recipe serves 12) or freeze leftovers in single serve containers for weekday lunches.