If you’re not sure what to do with the extra 12 oz. can of artichoke hearts sitting in your fridge and you really don’t want to make another spinach artichoke dip, then why not try making casseroles?
This delicious meal is made with chicken, artichokes, spinach, and rice. A serving can give you 6 grams of fiber, which is more or less half your daily dietary fiber needs. It can potentially become the new family favorite and it’s so easy to make you can make it for casual dinner with family.
Despite being easy to make, however, this casserole is decadent enough that you can even serve it at gatherings, office lunches, or even during holidays. To learn how to make this chicken spinach and artichoke rice casserole recipe, read more below.
In this recipe, spinach, artichoke, and rice are all readily available ingredients you can find at your local grocery store. The cheese used in this main dish worthy cuisine, (namely mozzarella cheese, cream cheese and parmesan cheese) contribute to the overall texture of the dish.
Prep time:15 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Bake time: 20 minutes
Yield: 6-7 servings
Casserole recipes are the go-to whenever there are occasions where you need to show off some culinary skill. While it may look hard due to the long cooking time and the multitude of ingredients, this casserole is possibly one of the easiest recipes you can make.
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This casserole is already a meal on its own, so there’s no need to pair it with other dishes. However, if you prefer to have some side dishes to go with your main course, you can pair it with mashed potatoes and other mild recipes. Because it’s so filling and the flavors are already strong, serving this recipe with other strong-flavored recipes might not be a good idea.
While rice, chicken, and most brands of cheese are gluten-free, there are no guarantees that all the ingredients used above are. You will have to ensure that the brands you use are certified gluten-free.
For this recipe, a 9″ x 13″ baking dish is highly ideal, but you can use any baking dish available in your cupboards.
Definitely, as long as the chicken is deboned and shredded before you add it to the casserole. You can also add in chopped chickens if you prefer larger meats in your servings.