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In the world of leftovers, there’s a hidden treasure waiting to be discovered—leftover roast chicken and rice casserole. View the recipe below!
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While cheddar cheese adds a classic flavor, you can get creative with variations like Gruyere or Monterey Jack for a different taste.
Yes, you can use chicken broth or apple juice as a white wine substitute.
Absolutely! Assemble the casserole and refrigerate it overnight, then bake it when ready.
Add a splash of chicken broth or milk to moisten it before baking.
Yes, brown rice can be used, but it may require a slightly longer cooking time. Ensure it’s cooked before adding it to the casserole.
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