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I am all about the easy to make recipes, especially during the busy school year when I am running one child to basketball practice and another 4H club. Sometimes, I just w ant to order pizza and be done with it, but we are a family who likes home cooked meals and pizza in a cardboard box just doesn’t cut it. When I first came across this 5-ingredient green chili casserole it was at a church potluck. It was simple, savory, and very filling. You can enjoy this dish as either an entree or a side.
The best part about this green chili and rice casserole is that it only contains 5 ingredients. You most likely have all of these ingredients stocked in your pantry. The only thing i had to go out and buy at the grocery store were the green chilis. However, i now keep a few cans in my kitchen cupboard at all times just in case I feel like making this casserole.
Recipe courtesy of Farm Flavor.
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Quick Tip: You can get creative with this recipe by personalizing it to meet your needs. Forget the breadcrumbs and just add a layer of cheese on top if you want. I find that both ways are super tasty.