Rhonda's StoryA friend of mine calls this her "go to funeral casserole" to take to a family that has lost a loved one. I also think it's a great casserole just to throw together for any family gathering or just a fun family night when you don't want to be in the kitchen all night.
condensed cream of chicken soup
dried parsley flakes
11. Line a 9x13-inch baking pan with the bacon. 2. Pour the uncooked rice over the bacon, then lay the chicken breasts on top of the rice. 3. Whisk together the remaining ingredients-- using a pinch of nutmeg and a few shakes of garlic salt/powder. 4. Pour the whisked mixture over the rice, then cover the dish with heavy duty foil. 5. Bake at 300 for 2 hours. You could top this with either a handful of shredded cheddar cheese or some crushed Ritz crackers before baking to make a different variation.