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Buckeye Casserole

This is Allen's recipe that we always make for Buckeyes games and it's usually a big hit, so we call it Buckeye Casserole.

Mix in a large bowl:
- 1 can cream of mushroom soup (or homemade)
- 1 can cream of chicken soup (or homemade)
- 2 large chicken breasts cooked/diced (or homemade!)
- 1 can refried beans (or homemade)
- 1 small jar salsa
In a casserole dish, place a thin layer of crunched tortilla chips.
Pour half of the above mixture over chips.
Cover with 1-2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese.
Layer chips again, then rest of the mixture, then cheese.
Layer a few more chips (crushed or in rows), then cheese on top.
Bake @400 for 15-20 minutes. Enjoy and GO BUCKS!

Sometimes we get fancy for a big game.
Rarely though, because it gets eaten so fast it's hardly worth the time. :) 

Comments

Becky Greenhaw said…
Sounds tasty! Go Bucks!
Becky Greenhaw said…
What do you think about rice instead of beans? Probably not as healthy, but not a bean eater!

Buckeye Casserole

This is Allen's recipe that we always make for Buckeyes games and it's usually a big hit, so we call it Buckeye Casserole.

Mix in a large bowl:
- 1 can cream of mushroom soup (or homemade)
- 1 can cream of chicken soup (or homemade)
- 2 large chicken breasts cooked/diced (or homemade!)
- 1 can refried beans (or homemade)
- 1 small jar salsa
In a casserole dish, place a thin layer of crunched tortilla chips.
Pour half of the above mixture over chips.
Cover with 1-2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese.
Layer chips again, then rest of the mixture, then cheese.
Layer a few more chips (crushed or in rows), then cheese on top.
Bake @400 for 15-20 minutes. Enjoy and GO BUCKS!

Sometimes we get fancy for a big game.
Rarely though, because it gets eaten so fast it's hardly worth the time. :) 

Comments

Becky Greenhaw said…
Sounds tasty! Go Bucks!
Becky Greenhaw said…
What do you think about rice instead of beans? Probably not as healthy, but not a bean eater!