In Purrsuit of Flavors: May Edition

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Mom never ever makes bread. Or anything else like that. Not from scratch. Daddy is gluten-intolerant, so she says it just isn’t worth it. So today, we’re going to cheat a little bit and give you a recipe that involves something bread-y. Mom says it’s yummy. We wouldn’t know. Neither would Dad. None of us ever get any of it. It’s called Chicken and Biscuit Casserole and it’s easy-peasy. Be sure to check out Mom’s notes after the recipe.

This is a stock photo and the closest we could find for this recipe.

You can use a couple of teaspoons of sugar if you don’t have Stevia. And you can buy those jars of chicken gravy, or make some from scratch if you boiled your chicken. Mom said to be sure to let you know that the 350 degrees is Fahrenheit. If you’re using Centigrade, just use the most common temp that you bake casseroles or cakes on.

18 thoughts on “In Purrsuit of Flavors: May Edition

  1. Mama was brought up on a similar recipe(Grandma was from Alabama) and can vouch that it is DELISH!!

    We wouldn’t know, cause she has NEVER made it for us…cause she is mean

    xoxo,
    Rosy, Jakey & Arty

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  2. this is like how i fix out chicken pot pie, except i buy the two frozen pie crust and put the misture in that. this with the biscuits is even easier and would be delish. this is the kind of food i was raised on, thus the large size of me.

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      1. It doesn’t follow a recipe so much as make use of leftover chicken, whatever vegetables are on hand (carrots, peas, potatoes), a bechamel sauce and homemade biscuit dough tossed together.

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