This is my new favorite dish to bring to a pot luck! The flavor this "casserole" packs is amazing! It is very easy to put together and the house smells SO good while it's cooking. I did add some garlic to the onion sauteeing stage but other than that followed the recipe to a "T" and was rewarded with a fantastic dinner. Try this, you will not be sorry you did!
The changes I made were to add one clove minced garlic to onions. I used olive oil instead of butter, and I substituted one-half cup white wine for broth. I used 3 tsp very mild curry powder. It was delicious! Thanks for a very easy recipe.
WOW PanNan, This was my friend Julie and my favorite casserole that we served that night. We tripled the recipe, and i could have eaten it all. Julie had the Indonesian curry powder with was a bonus and oh my. I will be making this again and so will she. I am also adding this recipe to my cookbook recipes to make over and over. and we will be. Thanks so much for suggesting it. a defenant keeper.
This is excellent! I too added some garlic .. my husband loved it! Thanks I will make it again!
This is a nice simple recipe to make for a week night dinner. I tried it out a couple of evenings ago and have been taking it for lunch the last few days. It reheats well too. My kitchen still has a hint of curry to it.
great way to use up leftover chicken and rice!! loved the curry flavor and soo easy too! thanks PanNan!
What a wonderful way to use up leftover chicken. This has lots of flavor and is so easy to put together for a weeknight meal. The recipe says it serves 4. Well for DH and me half a recipe made probably 4 servings. I used brown basmati rice which extended the cooking time up front other than that followed the recipe to the letter.
A super easy dish to put together and a great way to use the left over BBQ chicken. I made it as written except for adding a bit extra chicken. Would make a nice addition to a winters casserole buffet table.