King Ranch Casserole Recipe



I found this recipe for King Ranch Casserole online and cooked it today. It was printed from Cooks.com, and submitted by Carol Marie Brown. 

Kicked Up King Ranch Casserole

3-4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
1 tbsp. of oil for browning chicken pieces
Season salt, garlic powder, or Mrs. Dash
1 pkg. tortilla chips
1 can cream of mushroom soup
2 cans cream of chicken soup
1 can of Rotel Chili Fixins tomatoes
2 cups of Colby Jack or Mexican style shredded cheese

Cut chicken into one inch cubes.

Season chicken with your favorite seasoned salt, garlic powder, cumin, and/or Mrs. Dash.

Heat oil in a skillet and add the chicken. Stir fry until done. Transfer to a large mixing bowl.

Add soups and Rotel to the chicken. Stir well. (I only had 1 can of cream of chicken, so added about 3/4 cup milk, a little at a time, and mixed it in. )

Gently stir in about half the bag of tortilla chips. (I only used close to half a bag on the whole dish, but you can add as much as you'd like.)

Transfer chicken mixture to a 13 x 9 inch casserole dish.

Top with one more cup of tortilla chips. (I just scrunched up some in my hands and added how much I wanted. Doubt it was a whole cup.)

Sprinkle with shredded cheese. (I didn't use near as much cheese as it called for.)

Cook in 350 degrees oven for 30 minutes. 

That's it!


After I made this I made some fudge. It's setting up in the refrigerator right now. I guess I'll go see if it's ready to taste!

See you in the morning for my part in the Tis The Season Christmas Tour.

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16 comments

  1. Yum-o Brenda--Thanks for the recipe! ♥

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  2. That sounds like a really good recipe, Brenda...and the fudge is the perfect finishing touch- xo Diana

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  3. That sounds delicious! I love King Ranch Chicken but my husband doesn't eat anything with "wet" chicken. I make recipes like that when he's out of town. :)

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  4. Looks yummy, Brenda! Gonna have to give this a try. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Yum! I want to just stick my fork into the monitor and grab a bite! I love King Ranch casserole, I love the little bite that the Rotel gives it. I'll be making this after Christmas when I have leftover turkey.

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  6. My two favorite things in one meal - cheese and chocolate! Yum!

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  7. This looks awesome Brenda. Hope I can post it on Pinterest. I made fudge the other day too. Stay warm!

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  8. Have not made fudge yet but now I want to : ) Used to do it every year when the boys were little at Christmas...

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  9. Now that looks and sounds pure yummy!! I look forward to trying it soon! The fudge would really be nice!

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  10. So was it yummy? The casserole that is, I already know fudge is!

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  11. Brenda, this looks like something my whole family would love, I'm going to try it. Thanks for sharing. P.S. I'm on my way over to have some fudge, don't you eat it all!

    Mary

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  12. did you like it? I've had it pinned forever to try and haven't made it yet - sure looks and sounds good - comfort food indeed! xo

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  13. I just made King Ranch casserole last Sunday. I absolutely love it. HEB makes in house tortillas and when I am in the store and I am enjoying the aroma of freshly baked corn tortillas, King Ranch casserole is all I can think of. Thanks for posting this so that those who have never enjoyed this yummy casserole can now enjoy it too!

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  14. This sounds great! I never heard of it, I have to give it a shot. Thanks!

    XO,
    Jane

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  15. I've had this before and it's pretty darn good. Oh fudge...now I'm craving some!

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