Kathie Lee Gifford's Chicken and Broccoli Divine

"a favorite recipe of her kids, she made this on the show years ago - and it IS incredibly good!! i used to freeze portions for later..."
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Ready In:
1hr 20mins




  • In a medium bowl, blend the soup, mayo, half and half, grated cheddar, lemon juice and curry powder.
  • Place shredded chicken into a 13X9 glass pan that has been well-buttered.
  • Place cooked and drained broccoli over the chicken.
  • Pour soup mixture over the chicken and broccoli to cover.
  • Sprinkle generously with the cornflake crumbs.
  • Bake at 350 for 40 minutes.
  • Let sit 10-15 minutes.
  • This is very filling and a little goes a long way.

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  1. memanda15
    The chicken was extremly moist and full of flavor
  2. Roxygirl in Colorado
    I had seen Kathie Lee make this on her show years ago, too! There's several close versions posted on Zaar, but this one dillutes the cream soup with half and half. I liked that it made it more saucey. We served over long grained rice. The kids enjoyed it, too. Roxygirl
  3. Rockamama
    I can't stand Kathy Lee Gifford!
  4. jjamsl
    awesome rich dish that everyone in the family enjoyed.
  5. Wanda C.
    I saw Kathy do this recipe on Regis and Kathy way back a couple of years hahahaha - they had stones back then Even the Rolling Stones - Oh well - and I made it - and it was divine. and so is this one. Thank you for the recipe Carrie Sheridan


56, an Army brat who has lived in 20 different locations [born in germany, went to kindergarten in japan] including new york city, palo alto CA, maine, georgia, chicago, after growing up in small-town kansas... have some fabulous recipes from well-traveled army people... recently started adding just a splash of bourbon or brandy to real maple syrup - and it really gives french toast or pancakes a special, more sophisticated flavor... a friend jokes that bourbon is my new "secret ingredient" that i'll be adding to everything - it's not true but i'm telling you - you should try it! it's really very good [for adults, anyway] sugarpea's apple pancake recipe is a deadringer for Walker Brothers Pancake House in north shore Chicago - i've searchd for this for 34 years - and it's easy as well as To Die For!!! the Dutch Baby pancake is a huge seller there too - with the same gooey comfort-food but elegant batter... also if you search for lettuce wrap - the 2 recipes for PF Chang's come up... this is also SO GOOD, truly a memorable entree... for cookbooks: With a Jug of Wine, More Recipes With a Jug of Wine were written by the San Francisco Chronicle food writer decades ago - and most everything in them is superb - and i learned a lot as a new cook, young wife, from reading through them in the late 1970s... i got a [very French] sense of food as a way of life
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