Poppy Seed Chicken casserole is at the top of the comfort food list with only six ingredients! It's creamy, savory, and packed with stick-to-your-ribs flavor.
Why You'll Love This Recipe
Here's a comfort food that screams for you to curl up with a good book and dig in. I don't know where Poppy Seed Chicken came from, but it's been around a long time. And sometimes, nothing else will do but a good old classic recipe.
If you've ever eaten Poppy Seed Chicken casserole, you've probably fixed it over and over again. If you've never tasted it, you're in for a real treat!
Poppy Seed Chicken Tips
I use cream of chicken soup in this recipe since the old school version is still the best in my book. There are different ways to make it, but I finally gave in and stuck with what works best.
I did change one big ingredient...the chicken. Well, I didn't really change the chicken, I just changed the TYPE of chicken.
I'm a big fan of using rotisserie chicken whenever possible. It cuts the cooking in half, and it also produces tender bites every single time. You can boil chicken breasts if you like, but it won't be as amazing....I promise.
- sour cream
- cream of chicken soup
- poppy seeds
- rotisserie chicken meat
- buttery round crackers
How to Make It
Mix sour cream and soup together in a large bowl. Add poppy seeds and chicken. Stir well and pour into a 13 X 9 inch casserole dish.
Crush the crackers in a plastic bag or blender and combine with melted butter. Sprinkle crackers over chicken mixture.
Bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees until crust is golden brown and casserole is bubbly.
There are only 6 ingredients in this dish, which makes it my number one go-to whenever I'm needing comfort food in a hurry. It also fits the criteria to make it one of my top 10 favorites...it's southern...it's sassy...and it's delicious.
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