CHICKEN WITH SHRIMP, POTATOES, BROCCOLI AND CHEESE BLEND! AN ABSOLUTE DELIGHT!!
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.
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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