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Faster than fast food and way more delicious, these cheesy enchiladas come together in a snap. A quick spritz of vegetable
cooking spray adds extra crispness to flour tortillas as they bake.
Smoked sausage and Creole seasoning deliver long-simmered flavor to this hearty Louisiana favorite.
The convenience of refrigerated piecrust makes this deep-dish favorite easy enough for a weeknight. If you don’t have time
to simmer a whole chicken, just substitute an equal amount of canned broth and the meat from a rotisserie chicken.
Spiked with tomatoes and green chiles, creamy layers of chopped cooked chicken and corn tortillas make this Texas casserole
too tempting to resist. It’s super-easy to fix for a crowd, and always a hit.
If you think cutting calories means giving up the foods you love, think again. This top-rated makeover is every bit as creamy
and satisfying as the full-fat original.
Forget about calling for takeout! Red curry paste and coconut milk add instant Asian flavor to this soul-warming dish. Rather
than chopping the chicken, use 2 forks or your fingers to pull the meat apart lengthwise, separating it into long shreds.
Prepare the dish even faster by steaming frozen green beans instead of fresh.
Buttery cubes of sourdough rolls make a quick and crunchy topping for this speedy twist on chicken pot pie.
Served from a silver chafing dish or passed around the kitchen table for a casual supper, Chicken Tettrazini still reigns
as the hallmark of Southern casseroles. This quick and easy version is a 5-star-favorite with our readers. It’s every bit
as good prepared with reduced-fat cream of mushroom soup and light Alfredo sauce, and freezes beautifully.
We grill year round and always put on extra chicken to use in other recipes such as this quiche – but it’s equally good when
made with roasted chicken.
Spread over slices of Texas toast and topped with Colby-jack cheese, chicken salad warms up for a winter day.
A creamy mix of chicken, spinach, and mozzarella turns manicotti shells into an impressively easy one-dish meal.
Pick up smoked chicken from your favorite barbecue restaurant to make this dish, or use a barbecue-flavored rotisserie chicken.
Fresh mushrooms and wild rice team up with chopped cooked chicken in this company-worthy casserole. Try the original recipe
or our Kitchen Express – both versions freeze beautifully. Spoon the mixture into 8 (2-cup) casserole dishes, 8 (5 1/2- x
3 1/2- x 2-inch) mini-loaf pans, 3 (8-inch or 9-inch) square baking dishes, or 1 (4-quart or 15- x 10-inch) casserole dish.