Brown Rice and Chicken

"Love brown rice with the baked chicken pieces. Make ahead a pop into the oven for a quick supper.This is a favorite from the USA Rice Council."
photo by vrvrvr photo by vrvrvr
photo by vrvrvr
photo by VickyJ photo by VickyJ
Ready In:




  • Preheat oven to 350°F.
  • Spray 3 quart baking dish with vegetable spray.
  • Combine ingredients.
  • Place in dish.
  • Bake for 15-20 minutes.

Questions & Replies

Got a question? Share it with the community!


  1. Barbara, this is a great recipe! We really enjoyed the down-home flavor, and it wasn't time consuming to make. I did tweak it alittle :) I used 1/4 cup mayo and 1/4 cup lite sour cream. I also threw in some dried onions, because I was lazy and didn't want to chopped fresh ones. Thanks again for a keeper-Carole in Orlando
  2. Whoops! I forgot the rating.....sorry!!!! Without a doubt a 5 star!
  3. This was okay. I was trying to come up with something bland after the household had been sick - and this fit the bill. It was bland and boring. Not bad, but I won't make it again.
  4. I doubled this and made it with fat free mayo. I used green beans instead of peas and topped it with some mozzarella. A good hearty and easy weeknight dinner.
  5. The family devoured this. I need to double it next time for a crew of five that includes two teens. I thinned the mayo mixture with a little chicken stock, to make the casserole slightly moister. I also sprinkled it all with shredded mozarella cheese as it finished baking. It tasted so delicious, there isn't a speck left in the dish. This is a winner!! UPDATE: This is also terrific with toasted nuts in it.


  1. I doubled this and made it with fat free mayo. I used green beans instead of peas and topped it with some mozzarella. A good hearty and easy weeknight dinner.
  2. Yummy!! This dish was delicious! I switched the peas for frozen chopped broccoli and I made it last minute so I had to use red beans and rice instead of brown rice... soooo good though! Oh yeah, and I added a little bit of Jamaican Me Hot Sauce for a little pizazz. fantastic all the way around! Definate Keeper!


Zaar...Wow, what a place! I'm one of the old timers of Zaar. I can't count the number of wonderful dishes I cooked in the past few years since joining. Along the way I have had the pleasure of meeting several Zaar chefs. Talk about your fruits and nuts! lol. I have enjoyed meeting them all. Family: What's to say...I have had the same sweet husband forever (Good thing....I'd hate to have to break a new one in...=) and live close to a couple of grown children. (Maybe you've met Smoke Alarm Jr. ..her brown rolls are sooo good!) Therefore, my family gets together often to enjoy each other's company and cooking. My greatest joy is six "little to tallerthanme" kids running around calling me Grammy. They wear me out! lol For the past thirty years I have been a Special Education teacher for grades 9-12 and love it. Took some time off last year to recovery from surgery, chemotherapy and radiation for breast cancer. (Loved the radiation....I keep imagining that we are absolutely napalming the nasty cancer cells tohellandback to keep the little suckers from returning. =) My prognosis is good and now "I'm back in the saddle again". lol. Being a north country "gurl", I am happiest outside...walking, fishing, sitting in front of an outdoor fire or being on water (although in February it's a bit stiff....=0) When indoors I like to read, garden, knit, quilt and paint. During cold Maine weather I like to warm my feet on a very large ( 100 pounds of long legs and huge feet), sweet and furry golden retriever named Kerry (aka KTBRD: Kerry the big red . In the summer, the dawg and I round up the grandkids, hit the local dairy bar for a Mounds Sundae that is to die for!!!=0) . Then spend a lot of long and lazy summer days at camp . All in all...Boy, Life is good! =)
View Full Profile

Find More Recipes