Chicken Suiza

"This dish is similar to some versions of Chicken Verde. I checked the recipes here and there were none quite like this one which I created several years ago. This is a real hit with my family. If you want more 'heat' just use a hotter Salsa Verde."
 
Chicken Suiza created by Chabear01
Ready In:
1hr
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
6-8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Cut the chicken in bite sized pieces.
  • Saute the chicken in a skillet until lightly brown with the salt and the pepper.
  • In a mixing bowl mix well the soup, sour cream, salsa verde, and chopped chilies.
  • Layer the ingredients into a 9 x 13 greased baking pan in the following order: sauce, chicken, torn tortillas, cheese, sauce.
  • Repeat the layering a second time.
  • It is IMPORTANT to end with sauce so that the cheese doesn't form a crust while baking.
  • Bake at 375°F for 30-45 minutes.
  • Until golden brown on the top.
  • Allow to stand for 5-10 minutes before serving.
  • Serve as a casserole with crisp tortilla chips and red salsa as a side.
  • My family also enjoys eating the casserole as a hot dip.

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  1. Mika G.
    This is so good! My whole family loved it and I loved how easy it was to prepare. Thanks so much for the recipe!
     
  2. Chabear01
    Chicken Suiza Created by Chabear01
  3. Chabear01
    Chicken Suiza Created by Chabear01
  4. Chabear01
    Made this exactly per your recipe, Ohhhh Myyyyy Goooodness!!! This is so doggone good, and the closest I have gotten to the Chicken Suiza I used to eat at a little eatery near where I used to work, it was their best dish and I had it all the time. Thank you so much for a recipe I will be making again and again.
     
  5. Zoesmama
    I have made this recipe a few times, and my family really likes it. Instead of bite-size pieces, I boil the chicken in salted water for about 20 minutes and then shred it with two forks. Instead of sharp cheddar cheese, I used the finely shredded "Mexican" mix of 4 cheeses that they sell in just about every grocery store. This recipe is definitely a keeper. Thanks CarrolJ!
     

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