Chicken and Rice Casserole

This is a great chicken casserole--good enough for company. I make it when my son is visiting (DH doesn't eat chicken-go figure!!)

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1hr 45mins
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directions

  • Grease 9 x 13 inch casserole dish.
  • Sprinkle dry rice on bottom of dish.
  • Saute celery and mushrooms in margarine.
  • In a large bowl combine cans of soup, sauted celery and mushrooms and water chestnuts.
  • Add half of the Lipton onion soup mix and stir well.
  • Pour mixture over dry rice.
  • Place chicken breasts, skin side up, over soup mixture.
  • Pour water over all this.
  • Sprinkle other half of dry onion soup mix over chicken.
  • Cover and bake at 350* for 1 1/2 hours.
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  1. Shari Taylor
    Very simple and tasty. My very picky 8 yr old daughter, who usually hates casseroles, loves this one. She'll even cheer when I say I'm fixing it!
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  2. Maryland Jim
    Excellent recipe. I made this today, used 4 very large chicken breasts. I did not have any mushrooms, but that did not seem to take from the recipe. I also used brown rice. Thanks for a great new chicken casserole. I will be making this again!
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  3. doodle_s
    This was delicious. I really enjoyed the onion soup mix. I did saute some onions with the celery because I had one in the fridge and we love onions. I also added a little bit of cheese to the top after it was done cooking. While it was cooking I made sure to stir it a few times so the rice didn't stick and the chicken stayed moist. I used boneless skinless chicken breast and cut the pieces up. It only took about an hour because I didn't use the full amount of chicken. Thank you for the recipe.
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  4. Charlotte J
    Everyone enjoyed this meal and it was very filling besides being easy to assemble. I did use skinless and boneless chicken breast and in doing so I feel I could have covered the pan with foil about half way through baking. Added a lettuce salad and fresh fruit to complete our meal. Thanks for sharing.
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  5. Dianne03
    This is a great chicken casserole--good enough for company. I make it when my son is visiting (DH doesn't eat chicken-go figure!!)
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