How to Make the BEST Southern Baked Chicken Casserole – Family Meal All in One Pan!

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Southern Baked Chicken Casserole ALL in one skillet! Simple, creamy, delicious and super easy clean up! This is a delicious recipe, but can also be used with leftover chicken and turkey.

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35 replies
  1. Wendy Schroeder
    Wendy Schroeder says:

    I was born and raised in Detroit but my parents were from the deep south. And they were older than most parents with kids in the sixties and seventies. My mom made big fluffy biscuits and tasty gravy without milk. I wish you would show more videos like this. Money is going to be tight for families in the future and old 'fashion recipes' like this will help them survive the bad time. Love you and and your family!

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  2. Ann B
    Ann B says:

    Wow Larry! This looks delicious and I'm making it! I'll be adding carrots and peas, and serving it either, over rice, egg noodles or, mashed potatos! Omg I can't wait to try this! Thanks for sharing.
    I've subscribed! I love your recipes!

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  3. Arianna Nicole
    Arianna Nicole says:

    Could I still do this in a casserole dish if I wanted to? For my family I’ll need to double or triple the recipe and I don’t have a cast iron skillet big enough for that. Would I need to adjust the time/temperature to do so?

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  4. shawnbixby1
    shawnbixby1 says:

    You’re website is the best. If you google a receipt you’re likely to get a site where you have to read about the person’s life story before you get to the receipt. You’re site is no bs receptive right there and free! You the man!

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  5. Marsha Fischer
    Marsha Fischer says:

    I made this tonight and it was fantastic!!!! If anyone comes across this and is just thinking about making it… you must! It was difficult to make at all… beats anything I've ever made with a can of mushroom soup. Thank you so much for posting. Oh ya, I also took his suggestion and went to his website to print out the recipe. I will be visiting more of your recipes. If they are even half as good as this one I will be happy. I am sure they will exceed my expectations. I used my 12 inch cast iron skillet but you could make this easy in a 9 x 13 pan. Good show!!!

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  6. marshafisch
    marshafisch says:

    Looking good! Plus I get to use my cast iron skillet! I think I might add some frozen peas. Kinda like tuna casserole. And there you are at the end… saying exactly that! LOL ADD SOME VEGETABLES FOR A TWIST. Check back with you when I make it.

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  7. Sara Ream
    Sara Ream says:

    This looks delish!  I am doing a low carb diet and was thinking I might top it with cheese (instead of crackers.) Do you think I could use cream instead of milk and omit the flour, or would that be too watery?

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  8. W. F.
    W. F. says:

    Hey TheWolfePit, started watching your videos a couple weeks ago or so and I love them! I'm in college right now so food is an interesting subject to say the least. Cooking on a budget is very much needed. I'm moving into an apartment soon that will have a kitchen (currently in a dorm) and I'll finally be able to cook and not eat out or eat microwave food every day! I plan on using some of these recipes if I can make time to prepare food. Though it may be a bit boring for your taste (totally not a pun), have you thought about making some good crock-pot recipes? Crock pots seem like a good way to start your cooking before classes and having them ready by the time you get back. I'm trying to eat healthy but at the same time be cost efficient as well as time efficient. Just throwing it out there.

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  9. matt fluorr
    matt fluorr says:

    you do so well explaining the label on other food items, like spam, that if you have not done so yet the opportunity is there for you to review the nutrition ""facts""" on those store cooked chickens.and if you have seen the boxes and handling practices at any wal-fraud-mart I wonder what you would post. merry christmas dude !!

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