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  • MobKazMobKaz Chicago suburbs member
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    Thanks!  I love anything that I can make in my slow cooker.  This looks awesome!

    This incredibly simple cheesy chicken and rice combination has become an absolute favorite of my husbands.  I find the original recipe a little on the bland side, so I tend to spice it up with some Mrs. Dash and minced garlic.  I tend to make the rice the night before since I get everything else ready the night before as well. 
    http://www.southernplate.com/2010/09/slow-cooker-cheesy-chicken-and-rice-the-downside-of-being-a-swan-princess.html
    Heffalump
  • MobKaz said:
    Thanks!  I love anything that I can make in my slow cooker.  This looks awesome!

    This incredibly simple cheesy chicken and rice combination has become an absolute favorite of my husbands.  I find the original recipe a little on the bland side, so I tend to spice it up with some Mrs. Dash and minced garlic.  I tend to make the rice the night before since I get everything else ready the night before as well. 
    http://www.southernplate.com/2010/09/slow-cooker-cheesy-chicken-and-rice-the-downside-of-being-a-swan-princess.html
    This looks like something my kids will devour.  It pushes all of their buttons:  chicken, rice, cheese.  :)
  • MobKazMobKaz Chicago suburbs member
    Eighth Anniversary 5000 Comments 500 Love Its 5 Answers
    Heffalump said:
    MobKaz said:
    Thanks!  I love anything that I can make in my slow cooker.  This looks awesome!

    This incredibly simple cheesy chicken and rice combination has become an absolute favorite of my husbands.  I find the original recipe a little on the bland side, so I tend to spice it up with some Mrs. Dash and minced garlic.  I tend to make the rice the night before since I get everything else ready the night before as well. 
    http://www.southernplate.com/2010/09/slow-cooker-cheesy-chicken-and-rice-the-downside-of-being-a-swan-princess.html
    This looks like something my kids will devour.  It pushes all of their buttons:  chicken, rice, cheese.  :)
    It's a foolproof recipe, too!  The only thing it does not mention, is to shred the chicken prior to adding the corn, rice, and cheese.  I just use two forks because the chicken is so soft.  Once the other ingredients are added, it takes only another 15 minutes or so for that all to get warm again.

    I do find the casserole lacks a little texture.  I usually make sure to have some tortilla chips, cornbread, or cashews to add for that reason.  I sprinkle the cashews over the serving, as they tend to soften quickly once on the hot food.
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