Saturday, January 7, 2012

Chicken and Dressing Casserole Recipe

This recipe is one of my daughter's favorite foods and I think she could eat it 3 times a week without a complaint. Of course I don't make it that often. I don't even use the stove 3 times a week. I don't want my stove to get the grand idea that it is an important factor in my life and if I start spending too much time with it, would think I have more affection for it than I really do!

Oh back to the recipe...I have had several requests, okay actually whiny azz folks on Facebook *okie rolls her eyes about her whiny azz friends* asking for the recipe when I said I making this, so thought I would just post the recipe here.

Chicken and Dressing Casserole
1 chicken, boiled and boned
Chicken broth from boiled chicken
1 lb sausage, cooked and crumbled
1 c. chopped celery
1 c. chopped onion
Cornbread, baked and broken up
White Sauce Gravy

To make the white sauce gravy mix flour and water to thin paste and add to chicken broth, cook until slightly thickened. Combine all ingredients, place in casserole and bake at 350 degrees until heated thoroughly and browned.

Chicken and Dressing Casserole - fresh out of the oven.
I use 3 boxes of Jiffy Cornbread mix because we like the sweet taste. I always keep two pieces back so my daughter can have cornbread and milk later on.

Also, I sautee the celery and onion in the sausage grease and then drain before mixing with everything else. I don't like to debone chicken much so most of the time I use boneless chicken breasts instead of the whole chicken.


  1. Thank You...this looks so yummy and I don't have a recipe close to this one.

  2. I was thinking if asking for the recipe too .. Lol..thanks for sharing.

  3. Now that sounds good. Will have to try it. Only problem is how many does it feed? What size pan did you put this in?

  4. I read the recipe in my recipe book from the Christmas party. How much flour and water do you use to make the white sauce gravy? And how much chicken broth do you add to it?

    Your stove is probably still in shock from your using it while being off work for Christmas vacation! If you'd DVR Rachel Ray's shows you'd be cooking all the time! LOL!

    i do plan to make this when DH gets home from his great prairie dog hunting trip!

  5. Sounds really good.
    But I don't cook anymore.
    But I may try this come Thanksgiving time.
    I has to LOL with the several request and then the " whiny azz folks"