Chicken Broccoli Casserole

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chicken broccoli casserole recipe -

I know a few of you mock the casserole (I’m not gonna name names…you know who you are), but c’mon… if a casserole gets my kids to eat broccoli, then I say Mock-A-Way!

I wish I could say that I follow this recipe exactly, but I don’t. Since it’s not baking and it doesn’t have to be exact, I sort of do my own thing. We love lots of broccoli, lemon juice and curry powder and less chicken. So I mix things up a bit.

Here’s the recipe:

Chicken Broccoli Casserole

1 Can Cream of Chicken Soup
1/2 Cup Mayo
1/2 Cup Milk (I add extra to make it more thinned out)
1 TBL. Lemon Juice
2 tsp. Curry Powder
2 Chicken Breasts – cooked & shredded (or chicken from a rotisserie chicken- this is what I use)
lots of broccoli freshly steamed
1 cup grated cheese + more if you really like cheese

Bake @ 350 for 20-30 minutes

Serve over rice and enjoy!

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    Seriously, yum-o!

  2. 2

    We had your casserole and it was delicious!

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    Jocelyn Christensen says:

    Thanks…Now I know what I'm making for dinner tonight. Broccoli dishes are always my favorite!

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    Amy @ OurScoop says:

    My kids favorite! I got crazy one time and didn't steam the broccoli before hand and put it in the pan raw. And to my surprise, it turned out perfect! Not soggy or undercooked. Even easier!
    I've never used it with the rosteriee chicken but can't wait to try it!

    Thanks for the tips! I'm needing some new dinner ideas.

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    That looks delicious, you good little Mormon, you! ;)

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    Becky, yep says:

    Truely so sick of Chicken broc…we have it nearly once a week. Whenever a kiddo of mine is asked their favorite food the ALL reply Chicken broc!

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    That looks good. Maybe even picky me would be tricked into eating the broccoli.

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    The Farmer's Wife says:

    I would never mock….it is the only way my youngest will eat a vegetble!~
    p.s. it was already on the menu for tonight…before I saw your post! hehe

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    Jocelyn Christensen says:

    This was so delicious!!! Thanks!

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    Petit Elefant says:

    We ate this once a week growing up. At least.

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    TiaKeas says:

    I make this using french cut string beans and now will be trying broccoli!! Thanks for the Idea!
    ( We love broccoli so why didn’t I think of this?)

  14. 14

    This was Awesome!

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    Hi! This looks so good :) what kind of cheese do you use? And any suggestions to sub the curry?

  16. 18

    My Mama has been making a similar recipe for years. She tops it with mashed potatoes and another helping of cheese before baking.

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      Curry powder, in the spice aisle, you HAVE to be able to find it there. It’s the basic orange powder in the little spice bottles listed in alphabetical order…somewhere between caraway seeds and cinnamon…

  18. 21

    What could be subbed for the can of soup?

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    Do you just throw all ingredients together in dish?

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    Accidentally used Chili powder instead of curry, but was still a hit. If done on purpose though, I’d only use 1 teaspoon of it. Will try again with curry and perhaps a bit of chili. Also, used cream of mushroom instead. @Lisa … get spices at your local Indian grocery.

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      if you go to an Indian store for “curry” you will be inundated with choices and varieties. What this basic American casserole recipe is calling for is the “curry powder” American’s have used waaaay before Indian and Thai food were restaurants we could go to. It’s in your grocer’s aisle, somewhere between Caraway Seeds and Cinnamon, in alphabetical order :-)

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