Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 45 mins

As budget allows, splurge and buy Rice-A-Roni long grain and wild rice to substitute for the white rice. It gives the dish a more "upscale" look. Frozen veggies can also be added, and any other type seasoning can be substituted for the onion soup mix.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix dry soup, canned soups, rice, milk and water in a large casserole dish. Place lid on casserole dish and cook covered for about 30 minutes.
  2. Gently settle chicken breasts (or stir in left over chicken) on rice; place sprigs of fresh rosemary on chicken. Replace lid and cook covered for 30-45 minutes, until chicken breasts are cooked through.
  3. Remove lid, sprinkle French-fried onions over top of chicken and rice. Put dish back in oven and cook 3-5 minutes. Stir rice before serving.


Most Helpful

YUM! I added a can of chicken broth! Great one pot QUICK meal!

Aleigh November 15, 2010

This was good! I was a little confused by 1 pkg (6 ounces) of onion soup mix (b/c of sodium count, MSG) so I only added 1 pkg of soup mix at 55 grams (2 oz) + 1 tsp of onion powder. Flavour was great! Also I am never sure if 3 ckn breasts means 1/2 breasts or whole. I did 3 (1/2's) w/ another filet or two I had frozen. Another note, I was paranoid about the amount of liquid b/c I used a ready made mushroom soup instead of a can of cr. of mush and only 1/2 cup of water. And SINCE I was being paranoid, I stirred the pot before I added the chicken. SO, my brown rice was uncooked at the end. Regardless, this was easy and was comforting. Thanks for your recipe, I am going to try again w/ what I have learned and make it perfect next time!!

Chef Pollo January 19, 2010

This was a great, easy one-dish meal. I love mains with a low level of prep work and this was perfect and tasty. I skipped the french onions and forgot the rosemary, but this is full of enough flavour that these things weren't missed. Also, instead of a cup of brown rice and a cup of white, I used a cup and a third of white rice and half a cup of brown/wild rice mix. Yum!

ladydae August 25, 2009

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