Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole
By Kathie Bordelon Kathie
This recipe comes from our church cookbook. These ladies can cook! This casserole is easy, looks pretty and is rich-tasting. It can be lightened by using fat free soups and sour cream.
This recipe was a real hit with everyone in the Test Kitchen. It is so very filling and we made a meal out of it by pairing it with a nice green salad.
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About this Recipe
Anne Shapiro anne5 - May 23, 2010
Hi Kathie, I made this casserole tonight and we loved it. I will definately make again. Thank You!!!
Kathie Bordelon Kathie - May 24, 2010
I'm glad you liked it. Just a word of warning in case you don't know. If anyone in your family works where random drug testing is done you should know that poppy seeds can give a false positive reading in tests like this. We had a friend who had eaten poppy seed cake the day before and tested positive. He had no idea why but further testing showed what had happened and he was exonerated. But he won't eat poppy seeds anymore!
Tracy Hooper Cheesey - Sep 13, 2010
Love this recipe. I fix rice and serve the chicken on top. Makes it go further. It also gives it a little different texture and flavor.
Sheila Phillips marmie - Oct 22, 2010
I first ate this chicken casserole 24 years ago at a church potluck and it is still my favorite chicken recipe.
Cheri Hillier CheriH - Jan 8, 2011
Made this recipe at the request of one of our dinner guests. . . new family favorite! We served it with a side of stuffing. Yum!