Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 35 min.
I did not care for this recipe, I had had Chicken Divan years ago and wanted to make it. Others may like it but it was not one I will repeat.
Disclaimer - I haven't actually made this yet, but it sounds wonderful and am looking forward to it! I wanted to respond to Deb, who stated in her review that the rice never cooked. You're supposed to cook the rice BEFORE adding to the recipe.
The flavor was good, but no matter how long I cooked it the rice never cooked. So sad.
Haven't made this yet but why use cooking sherry? If you can't drink it; don't cook with it. That being said I'll use sherry wine and when I don't, I have substituted dry vermouth which you can drink.
Really good, but no need for two cans of soup! One was perfect!
I made this recipe and my family really enjoyed it. I used a half cup of sherry and I thought it was too much. I will use 1/4 cup next time. I did add some fresh tarragon and chives from my garden and it was delicious. This a rich and comforting casserole. I will make it again. I like the idea of adding the fried onions on top. Will try that next time.
With all due respect, if you don't add broccoli, it's not chicken divan. I've made something like this for many years. I've got this on my menu for the next time I cook a roast chicken. This is the recipe I will use.
Everyone loved this and a definite keeper! Made as is but did put some almonds on top,, took some to neighbors and they loved it too. Will be serving this to my bridge group when we start meeting again. Great find!
Delicious!! I used broccoli cheese and creamy cauliflower soups. I also didn’t have sherry, so I omitted it. I was afraid it would be too much, but it was absolutely my favorite version of chicken divan. I miss a crunch, so next time I’ll add some slivered almonds.
Everyone in my family loves this recipe. From adults to small children. I wouldn’t change a thing about it.