Casseroles are one of my favorite dishes to prepare, particularly during the chilly winter months. This cheesy chicken dish includes sautéed shrimp, red skin potatoes, broccoli, and a cheese mix that the whole family will appreciate. It is made with simple ingredients and can be put together quickly with only a little prep time.

This casserole may be prepared in practically any oven-safe dish that is 1 1/2 to 2 quarts in size. A bigger (9×13-inch) baking dish would also work; just keep an eye on the time and be careful not to overcook it.
My favorite way to serve this is with pre-cut veggies and ranch dressing. However, if you’re in the mood for something a little nicer, this delicious Casserole would be fantastic with just about any salad!!! However, it may also be served as a main meal without any additional side dishes! since it already has all of the elements necessary for a complete and nutritious meal
This dish may be made using rotisserie chicken, leftover roasted chicken, or any other kind of pre-cooked chicken. If you like, you may use Monterey Jack, Cheddar, this is exactly why I love making casseroles!! you can add whatever you have, but the dish in the oven, and Serve!!

For this amazing blend, you’ll need the following ingredients:

Skinless Chicken Breasts; we will need 2 to 3 pounds.

Raw Extra Large; 2 bags.

Peeled and deveined Shrimp.

A bag.Of red skin potatoes, use a 5-ounces bag.

2 bag.Of Broccoli Florets.

8-Ounces.Of Cheddar Cheese Monterey Jack Cheese.

11/2 cups.Of butter, the equal of 3 sticks.

To season, I used:

Old Bay seasoning.

Parsley Flakes.

Minced Garlic.


Step 1 – Using some oil, brown the chicken breasts on both sides until they are well-done. Season with seasoned salt freshly ground black pepper, and garlic powder to taste. After it’s done cooking, cut it into cubes.

Step 2 – To chop it up, I’ll need to let it sit for a few minutes. Make cubes out of your potatoes and boil them in water until they are still hard to the touch but soft enough to pass through with a fork.

Step 3 – Unthaw your shrimp before cooking. Season with old bay and parsley after thoroughly rinsing. Add shrimp to a hot skillet with a stick of butter and a spoonful of chopped garlic. Cook until the shrimp are cooked through.

Step 4 – In most cases, it just takes a few minutes on each side. While the shrimp is cooking, add a few flakes of parsley to the pan. In certain cases, extra butter may be necessary, but that is entirely up to you.

Step 5 – I like mine with a lot of butter. If you choose, you may also add more minced garlic to the shrimp throughout the cooking process… In a roasting pan with a couple of sticks of butter, I sprinkle the potatoes while the Shrimp cooks. Add some bay seasoning to the potatoes, if desired.

Step 6 – Once everything is done cooking, I combine the chicken, shrimp, potatoes, and broccoli in a large skillet over medium heat. Sprinkle the cheeses over top.

Step 7 – Bake for 10-15 minutes at 350 degrees in a preheated oven until the cheese is lovely and melted. Garnish with parsley and serve immediately.

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