Broccoli Chicken Lasagna

"I came up with this when I didn't have any tomato sauce and tried using a white sauce and it turned out really good! I don't really care for broccoli, so I will cut up the broccoli into small pieces when made into the sauce. Being a Latter Day Saint, we have a three hour church service, so I like to make this on a Saturday and on Sunday, just before we leave for church I will put it in the oven straight from the fridge and bake at 250-275 degrees and when we come home from church, it is cooked well and ready to eat. Therefore, this lasagna can be made well in advanced!"
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Ready In:
1hr 30mins




  • Boil Lasagna noodles into a large pot according to directions on package. Drain well, and rinse them. You may need to rinse them again if they get too sticky.
  • In a large skillet pan, oil the pan with the olive oil and add the chicken pieces and cook for about 7-10 minutes or until no longer pink.
  • Add the canned soups and the milk, being measured in the soup cans. You may need to add some more milk if the sauce becomes too thick.
  • Season the sauce well with the garlic, salt and pepper, and the poultry seasoning. You can add other herbs for your taste.
  • Add the broccoli to the sauce and cook it for about 5 minutes or so and it is a bright green. You may also add about 2 cups of frozen peas to the sauce as well if you prefer.
  • To prepare the lasagna, using a 1 Cup measuring cup, Pour about 3 Cups of the sauce to the bottom of a large baking pan.
  • Using 4 lasagna noodles, layer the noodles in an even layer. Top the noodles with about 4 Cups of Sauce and sprinkle some shredded cheese, about 1 & 1/2 Cups worth for each layer.
  • Continue to layer the noodles, sauce, and cheese in two more layers, using 4 noodles for each layer.
  • Cover the pan with some aluminum foil and put in the fridge when ready to cook.
  • If you are planning on cooking this right away, cook at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes or so.

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  1. As written, this overflowed the baking dish I put it in (a 9x13", my standard "baking dish"), making it necessary for me to clean my oven. Dinner was ruined. It is an interesting idea, though, which I will probably play around with. I like the idea of a non-spinach, non-red sauce lasagna, which is the reason I wanted to try this one. Thank you for posting, even though it really didn't work out for us.
  2. I really like this recipe, but I wouldn't advise baking it while out of the house, as the author suggests. Also, the measurements in the directions seem to be somewhat off, so just use your common sense & layer it as you would any other lasagna (it says to put 3 cups of the sauce into the bottom of the baking dish & 4 cups over the remaining layers! That's 7 cups and the recipe doesn't even make that much sauce!) Overall, very yummy!



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