King Ranch Chicken

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A yummy Texas favorite turned slow cookin’! I (Nicole) remember my mom making this for us often and thought “Why not try it out in the crock?”. We thought we would give you 2 different options this week tweaking the recipe in ways that may be more convenient, healthier, or simply better suit your taste! For the other version see Queen Ranch Chicken.

Used 6-quart slow cooker

Ingredients

  • 1 Package Tortilla Chips
  • 1 Half Whole Chicken, cooked and de-boned
  • OR 3-4 Boneless skinless Chicken Breasts, cooked
  • 1 Can Diced Tomatoes with Green Chiles
  • 1 Can Cream of Chicken Soup
  • 1 Can Cream of Mushroom Soup
  • 1 Small Onion, chopped
  • 2 Cups Shredded Cheese
  • 1 Cup Chicken broth

Directions

  1. Step One

    Place a single layer of corn chips on bottom of the slow-cooker.

  2. Step Two

    In a bowl, combine chicken, diced tomatoes with green chilies, both soups, chicken broth, onion and mix until combined.

  3. Step Three

    Place half of the mixture on top of the chips. Then top with half of cheese. Repeat layers ending with cheese.

  4. Step Four

    Cover and cook on LOW for about 6 hours. This dish can cook faster on HIGH for 4 hours.

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  1. MaryLou

    Can’t wait to start using your recipes. Especially now that temps have reached to 105 degrees in our area and prefer not to turn on stove or oven but still want to have a great meal for my family. Will have to pass the word out on your website to my friends and family. Thank you and so looking forward to your new cookbook as I transition over to a plant base diet.

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  2. Sandi

    A freind gave me the link to your site, as I am looking for some simple, tastey recipes and make better use of my new crockpot. I chose to try this recipe as I had many of the ingredients.
    I added Black Beans, rinsed & drained. The Family Loved it Raved about it and I can’t wait to fix it again. So simple, Thanks.

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  3. debi

    In the crock now, just slipped out one little spoon full to test it before dinner-time and its YUMMY! I put “regular” Rotel tomatoes in.. if I had small children I’d put “mild” for sure. Also used the cut up corn tortillas instead of chips… and I think for my family its going to be a winner! Thanks you two!! xoxoxo

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  4. Regina

    Sounds yummy! Looking forward to putting this together and feeding my board of directors. I will let you know how it goes over!

  5. Audra

    If I could give this recipe more than a five I would! This recipe is Yumm-O to say the least. I only made a couple slight modifications; I used the family size can of the Cream of Mushroom soup, added a second layer of chips (chips, mixture, cheese, chips, mixture, cheese). Everything else was as listed. I served it over a bed of whole grain rice, and can’t wait for my husband to get home and try! Thank you girls for sharing your recipes, and changing the way that my family eats!

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  6. Laura

    This is one of my family’s favorites! I use corn tortillas, and Pacific cream soups as my daughter is gluten sensitive. I do have to watch it because my slow cooker tends to cook a little on the hotter side.

    Thank you for your D-Lish recipes,
    Laura C

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  7. Danielle

    My family and I enjoyed the chicken mixture part of the dish, but thought the corn chips were a very odd choice for this dish. The consistency of chips is quite soggy and unappetizing. Will probablly make this recipe again sans chips and just serve over mexican rice.

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  8. Ashly

    Love it! Added some garlic salt and a little picante sauce to the mixture. Thanks for a great meal : )

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  9. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    That’s right, Suzanne! It just really depends on how hearty your eaters are!
    Glad y’all loved it, Steve! Apple Crisp and Tortilla Soup are two of my faves!

  10. Steve

    we cooked this dish over the weekend & it turned out very good. We cooked on high & chips on bottom burned, but we liked them also….lol! We really like the crock method of cooking & will be tryin more stuff soon! Can’t wait to do the chicken tortilla soup & the apple crisp. Thanks so much & love the website!
    Steve

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  11. Suzanne

    How many does this recipe typically feed? I’d guess 6-8?

  12. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    That’s such a great gift, Jan! My mom did that for me when I moved out and I’ve treasured it for years! – Nicole

  13. Jan

    Jan

    This was a keeper. My family loved it. It was super easy. I served it with a salad and seasoned string beans. I am making a collection of recipes for my daughter and future daughter in law and this recipe made the cut.

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  14. Joni

    Instead of regular corn chips I used chili cheese flavored Fritos. Also added a little garlic and a small amount of crushed red pepper to spice it up. Very tasty!

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  15. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Y’all cROCK! SO glad to hear it was a winner for your families :)

  16. CrockinLover4Ever

    Very good! We love Mexican food, and this was so easy too.

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  17. Melissa

    This was fantastic! My whole family, ages 7 to adult, loved it, and EVERYONE had seconds!!

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    Kimberly

    Very yummy! My crock-pot cooks hot, so it was ready sooner. My family says it’s a keeper; we’ll definitely have it again.

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  19. Nancy

    I found this recipe on the back of something I got from my insurance company. It sounded good so I made it last night. It was awesome! I am not the greatest cook and love doing things in a crock pot that can be ready when we get home. I gave the recipe and y’alls website to all the girls I work with. You can bet I’ll be making more yummy dishes. It’s just my husband and I so having leftovers works great for either lunch or another meal that week. Glad I found you :)

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  20. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Isn’t it crazy how different some crocks cook? If the burnt cheese was an issue you can add it about 30 minutes before serving or until it’s melted. Glad it was yummy!

  21. Kelley

    Kelley

    Cooked this on high about 3.5 hours and the cheese got brown on the sides but that’s probably just because my crock cooks hot. I loved the flavor of this recipe! I served it with sour cream and fresh avocado on top.

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  22. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Some crocks do cook A LOt hotter than others. Glad you found a way to work around it, JackieO! Happy Crockin’, girl :)

  23. JackieO

    JackieO

    My family asked me to make it often. My crockpot is overheating so I cooked on low for about four hours.

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  24. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Your hubby, cROCKs Lisa!! Hoping he can find some work very soon, girl!

  25. Lisa

    Had this last night. Had hubby prepare it since he is currently unemployed. He forgot to put in the chicken broth but it turned out just fine. We loved this recipe!! My daughter and I are finishing it up for our lunches today…Can’t wait to dive it! Thanks girls…can’t wait to try the next one!!

  26. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    @ Nicole if you make this on low for 6 hours you can use raw chicken. I would just cut it up into smaller bite size pieces though.

    And Yes Paul, written instructions should say high for 4 hours. Thanks!

  27. Nicole

    Can you do this with raw chicken or is it best to add it already cooked chicken

  28. Paul

    I made this tonight and it was AMAZING!

    As I cooked mine on high, I was a little worried it would come out mushy as others have commented below, but I found there was a disconnect between the video and the written cooking instructions below the ingredients. In the video, they suggest cooking it for 4 hours, but the written instructions they state only 3 hours of cooking time.

    I followed the instruction in the video and used the 4 hour timeframe and well, the first line of my review tell you how it turned out.

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  29. Lisa W

    I see Jenna used the corn tortillas. I’m wondering if I could use the flour tortillas instead? It sounds yummy and I’ll be making it this weekend. Tomorrow I’m making the Chicken and Dumplings!! Yummy!

  30. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Lol…sorry about the Blue King Ranch. We always suggest to add more seasoning because slow cooking needs the flavor to bump up a bit. If you need more spice, try the Hot Rotel. Also, make sure your chicken is good and seasoned. You can even use a Rotisserie.

  31. SoccerMom0603

    SoccerMom0603

    Didn’t have much flavor–seemed to be missing something. We served it on rice but that didn’t seem to do it–luckily we had Fritos. My BIGGEST mistake was using colored tortilla chips–ACK the dish was BLUE!! See my profile for pictures. (kinda funny reall).

    PS thank you for the tip of crock pot liners.

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  32. Diana

    Hands down my favorite dish on this site!!! I modified it by just adding a little bit of Velveeta cheese. For the tortilla layers I used crunchy corn tortillas that were flat so they were perfect for layering. The Mexican flavors in this meal are so authentic. I will be making this one again very soon :)

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  33. Jennifer

    I have very picky eaters in my house but this recipe was a complete hit!!! Very easy to make if you aren’t much of a cook. I had all of the ingredients already so no running to the supermarket! I served this on top of tortilla chips and then topped it with homemade salsa and sour cream! The boys even enjoyed leftovers!

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  34. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    GREAT idea, Fagan!! Those little broken pieces of chips at the end of the bag don’t have to be just a waste anymore! <3 it!

    And Kimberly, you know you have a winner dinner when they tell you it’s a keeper :) Glad to hear it girl! Keep a rockin’ your crocks! LOL

  35. FAGAN

    You know all those bags of corn chip “remnants” that stack up in the pantry? The broken bits that end up in the bottom of the bag, none too fresh? I put all these (Doritos, Fritos, corn chips) in a big bowl with any left over stale or broken tortillas, taco shells, etc. I use this mixture as to layer in this recipe and it turns out great. I love that it prevents the wasting of food that otherwise would be thrown out!

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  36. Kimberly

    Kimberly

    Tuesday I was reading your facebook post and saw the King Ranch Chicken video; after checking the pantry and finding everything I needed decided that was going to be dinner.
    My family LOVED it! They told me to put it on the “crock-pot keepers” list.
    Thank you for sharing!!

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  37. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Andrea,
    You can use raw chicken. Just increase the cooking time by about an hour. I (Nicole) have done this when I’m going to be out running errands and need it to cook longer.

  38. Andrea

    Since this cooks for an estimated 6 hours time, Do you actually have to cook the chicken first ? Wouldn’t it be ok to just put it all in and cook ? I have made a chicken dish where you put 3 to four frozen chicken breast in, top with cup of salsa, and 8 ounces of cream cheese, and can of pinto or black beans and let it cook for about 4 hours that of course is in my Rival crock pot on high. This one is a yummy recipe put it in some tortillas or just serve with chips. The preparing time was one less step and chicken wasn’t dry at all.

  39. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Great crockin’ tip, Shanna! Thanks girl!

  40. shanna

    I love this recipe but i have to admit ive never tried it in the crock-pot..so yey cant wait to try it.
    I wanted to comment on the chicken broth. I do the same thing, when i make a chicken i save the broth, however instead of using a large bowel i freeze in ice cube treys then transfer into sandwich baggies.
    I use chicken broth for almost everything and i dont always need an entire bowel. Also baggies take up less room in the freezer and you dont have to defrost the portions you dont use :)

  41. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Amy, sorry it wasn’t a hit for you. The consistency is supposed to be pretty soft…kind of like a mexican lasagna. If it’s too soft for you then you can always adjust the crockin’ time.

  42. Amy

    I’ve made this twice, once with chips and once with tortilla. It came out a mushy mess both times.

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  43. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Andrea,
    To do a freezer version of this, do not add the corn chips to your freezer bags. Add the broth to the mixture. You will probably want to do 2 freezer bags of the mixture so you can do the layers. So you will do corn chips, freezer mixture, corn chips and freezer mixture. You will want to cook a little longer since it is frozen.

  44. Andrea

    I have not made this yet and wanted to make a freezer meal of it. I want to put it all in a bag freeze and cook later. Should I wait to add the broth when i pull it out and cook it from frozen or go ahead and mix it all in. I will be cooking it from frozen.

  45. Rebecca

    I thought this was okay…I am not sure if i would make it again.

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  46. Emily

    Loved this recipe! Made more than enough for leftovers! I tried chips and didnt have a mushy issue it was just soft which I think thats how it was supposed to be. i made it with mexican rice! soo yummy!

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  47. Laura

    Oh my gosh, this was so easy and good. I didn’t have any real ‘mushy’ issues with the doritos corn chips. I even sampled it right before it was ready. My husband ate two servings, so that told me that it was good. Keep it up!

  48. Dawn

    This was one of the best things I have made in a while! :-) I used torn corn tortillas instead of the chips. It was slightly salty, so next time I will try to find a couple low sodium products and maybe use low fat cream of soups. I made mexican rice and black beans to go with.

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  49. Meghan H.

    Love. This. Recipe.

    I simmered boneless skinless breasts in some water with garlic powder/bay leaf/oregano/salt and used that “broth” for the chicken broth called for in the recipe. Served it with some corn … oh my HEAVENS I’m making this again! It’s like a combination of nachos and enchiladas (yes, please). I topped with sour cream and black olives and it will be a family favorite for YEARS. Thank you!!!!

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  50. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Great explanation, Ann! Also, love your suggestions (bell peppers and jalapenos!). Thanks!

  51. Lisa

    You can substitute flour or corn tortillas for the chips and then crumble chips on at the end

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  52. Ruth R.

    a couple of ideas – if you don’t want the mushy tortillas IN the mix, then leave them out. Just cook the mixture, crush some tortilla’s on your plate, sprinkle some shredded cheese over it (and maybe some salsa), then spread some hot mixture over the top of it all. Chips usually stay crunchy enough while you nosh. #2 – for the lady who suggested replacing Soy milk in a recipe – I respectfully submit that you may not want to do that. There is a lot of added corn syrup or sweeteners added to Soy milk. Try Lactaid or another lactose-free milk instead. I have not cooked with the lactose-free milks, but I’ve heard good things about them. I may experiment one day when I actually have extra money to blow… =]

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  53. Anne

    Haven’t made this particular version yet, though I’ve made traditional King Ranch for years and it’s a favorite. For those concerned with the “mushy” outcome, it might help to know that traditional King Ranch is basically a kind of Mexican lasagna with layers of tortillas or fried tortillas (hence chips), a cream chicken mixture with chilies and such–I always add either bell peppers or jalapenos, and cheese. The texture isn’t supposed to be crunchy at all, but more like lasagna. I would definitely not make this with Fritos. King Ranch definitely demands either tortillas (preferably corn) or tortilla chips. I’m currently in the process of looking for alternatives to those cream soups, so I liked the Queen Ranch alternative.

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  54. Kathy

    Loved it! The entire family ate it up and asked my son asked when we would be having it again!

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  55. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Absolutely, Nicole! Here’s a link for our Crockin’ Chicken. If you are a planner, you can make this at the beginning of the week, and use the meat for several recipes….including for King Ranch Chicken. Thanks for your service!!!! http://crockingirls.com/recipes/crockin-chicken/

  56. nicole

    could you use a rotisarre chicken from the store? any shorts cuts i can use. busy mom of 5 kids and a solider

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  57. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Kelly,
    Yes. You can use Rice flour instead of regular. I have tried it and it works great.
    If you need a dairy free option, you might try soy milk. I have not tried this but it should work.

  58. Kelly

    Sounds great, any thoughts on gluten free switch ups for the cream soup? I make food for work a lot, but try to do gluten free so all can eat.

  59. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Great idea to combine the queen and king ranch recipes, Colette! YUMMO!

  60. Colette M.

    We love this! I’ve made it at least 5 times. We kind of mix and match between this and the Queen Ranch. I use the corn tortillas and the spinach in this. It’s awesome!

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  61. Ang

    We didn’t really like this dish. Taste wasn’t bad, but didn’t like the texture. Would not be good reheated.

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  62. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Ooooh, I bet the the jalapenos were yummy. As far as the chips go, you can use whichever you want…it is really up to you.

  63. Vicky

    Made this for dinner tonight & it was a huge hit. I added diced jalapeños for some added kick. The recipe called for corn chips – did you mean corn chips like Fritos or the tortilla corn chips you did in salsa?? Great recipe – would highly recommend it!!!!!

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  64. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    The other option is our Queen Ranch Chicken:
    http://crockingirls.com/recipes/queen-ranch-chicken/
    It is a lighter version of the King Ranch but equally as good.

  65. Kim

    I see that it says two options… I’m obviously a little slow today and don’t see the option #2… :(

  66. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Shannon,
    You can use vegetable broth. The thing with the chicken broth is it gives you a depth of flavor. You can maybe make your own broth with water, salt, pepper, garlic, celery seed or salt and parsley. Put this in a pan and heat it up for a while…strain if you need. This should give you enough flavor. Oh and a little butter never hurt anyone. :)

  67. Shannon C.

    what else could you use if you don’t have chicken stock or broth?

    Thanks,
    Shannon Caneup

  68. Perry Huntley

    I made this for my daughter and sister and it was a big hit. The chips did break down but we just served it over some fresh ones!

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  69. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Cheryl, Sorry you did not like it. The crust portion of the casserole should have the consistency of a tamale. I can see how this could be disappointing when you are expecting a crunch.

  70. Cheryl

    I wanted to love this recipe since the ingredients are all great, but it ended up VERY mushy. I used Doritos as was recommended by someone and I expected a nice crunch, but the Doritos were completely unrecognizable when it was done. I had never heard of this recipe before, so maybe that’s just how King Ranch Chicken is supposed to be. I have loved every other recipe of yours that I’ve tried!

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  71. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    It is up to you if want it shredded or cubed. If you cube it, make sure it is small. Hope it is yummy for you.

  72. Katrina

    Cube the chicken or shred it???

  73. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    You are going to want to use 2 cups of chicken broth. Sorry bout that and thanks for pointing it out.

  74. Kristen Miller

    Looks yummy, I was also wondering about the chicken broth. It’s not listed in the ingredients, but is in the directions. Can someone help me with this?

    Thanks!!

  75. Theresa S.

    Hey there girls,

    Where is the broth listed in the recipe ingredients???????????????????????

    Thanks!!!

  76. Mandy P.

    I don’t see where the amount of chicken broth comes in..

  77. Crystal Y.

    Crystal Y.

    At my house, we always use COOL RANCH DORITOES, instead of corn chips gives it a nice zing or flavor! We love it down here in southeast texas..LOL

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  78. Sarah L.

    Another Favorite!!!

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  79. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    If you try it again, try it with corn tortillas. This is the traditional way of making it. The texture will be like a tamale…that’s the best way I can describe it. Firm…not mushy. We love this Texas dish!

  80. Eva R.

    The spice wasn’t the problem, that part was just right; it was the texture that was unappealing. Maybe I cooked it too long, or maybe I should try it with the tortillas next time instead of the chips, but it was just too mushy. Is it supposed to be that way, or should it still have some crunch to it?
    And just for the record, this is only the second CG recipe we’ve tried and haven’t liked, and I use them all the time. Still a pretty good record, I think. :-)

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  81. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Sorry to hear you didn’t like it, Eva. Our families really did, but we don’t eat really spicy foods with the little ones. Maybe you could spice it up a bit. Sorry :/

  82. Eva R.

    Sorry, ladies, I wasn’t happy with this recipe AT ALL. Everything but the chicken turned to mush, it was just bland, bland, bland.

  83. Landi F.

    I made this one night last week, everyone loved it. I tried corn chips with a Hint of Lime and it gave it a taste. Will make again in the future!

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  84. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    I don’t think that would be a great idea. Everything is already cooked for this recipe so it is timed and prepared in that manner. Maybe boil the chicken before putting it in the the slow cooker. You can also use a rotisserie chicken. That would be yummy.

  85. PAULA M.

    Can I use frozen chicken breasts in this? Maybe mix everything else and place chicken on top? Then in the last hour of cooking, shred the chicken and mix it then? Not sure if this method will work for this recipe….
    Thanks!

  86. Wendy M.

    I made this tonight for dinner. It was excellent. I loved how the green chilis gave it a little kick but not too much.

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  87. Tiffany M.

    I made this last night, and it was a huge hit. In fact, my 14yo asked if he could have some leftovers for breakfast (the only reason there were leftovers is because my husband was working!). I combined the two recipes. I mostly followed the first recipe but I used corn tortillas, and Healthy Request cream of chicken soup. Yum! Thanks Crockin’ Girls!

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  88. Shannon W.

    I made it the first way but added the spinach and used 1 1/4 cups of broth and mine turned out GREAT!

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  89. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Way to go, Shannon. Love it when we can sneak those veggies in.

  90. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Sorry about that Vickie. I wonder why it turned out soupy. It should be a nice firm but moist casserole. If you want to try it again, maybe cut back on the broth a bit…maybe that would help you out.

  91. Vickie J.

    Well I made the #2 and it turned out pretty soupy! We didn’t care for it much! :( I was really looking forward to this too. Oh well! Thanks anyway!

  92. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Hey Carrie…we’re working on adding that option to the website. For now, you can copy/paste the recipe to a word document and print from there.

  93. carrie a.

    how do I get a printer friendly copy, please

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