One-Pan Cheesy Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice

One-Pan Cheesy Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice is a cheesy, easy dinner loaded with simple ingredients like chicken, rice, and broccoli.

This One-Pan Cheesy Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice dish is perfect for a busy weeknight when things are hectic. Only one dish to clean for this satisfying dinner. One-Pan Cheesy Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice in a pan

This One-Pan Cheesy Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice was originally posted in 2014 but I wanted to share it again since we make it for our family at least once every two weeks!


I’m a little late to the one-pot, one-pan party. I don’t know why I’ve been resistant but with food trends, I’m either really early or really late to try them.

I think I was the last person in the world to eat quinoa.

And cookie butter…, just had my first taste ever yesterday.

I think I was purposely trying to avoid it because it’s one of those things that I knew I would find myself elbow deep in before realizing the whole jar was gone.

Move over Nutella, cookie butter is the hot ticket in town now (thanks Heather for buying me a jar).

Anywhoooo, back to one-pan dishes. I feel no reason to ever make anything in more than one pan now.

Which is why I made this One-Pan Mexican Rice Chicken yesterday. I loathe dishes. This is a trend I plan on hanging on to for a while.

One-Pan Cheesy Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice in a skillet


I wasn’t planning on sharing this dish, which is why there aren’t any step-by-step shots. But I have your back y’all. Easy dinners are hard to come by so I had to share.

I made it purely out of necessity. I was trying to keep my house clean for 12 hours before I had to host Bunko and looked up one-pan dishes so that I could keep my kitchen clean and still feed my family.

After I made it, it looked so pretty so I snapped a couple of pictures just in case. I found this recipe over at No. 2 Pencil. She has a ton of one-pot recipes that you guys should check out.

One-Pan Cheesy Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice in a black skillet

Broccoli is one of the few vegetables my whole family loves so I knew it would be a hit and it was.

This is the kind of recipe that sits in your back pocket when it’s 5 pm and you don’t know what you’re making for dinner.


  1. First, start by cooking your onions in a little olive oil. Once they’re soft you can add your seasoned chicken breast. If you’re using a rotisserie chicken you can add it later when you add the cheese.
  2. Next, you’ll saute your rice in a little olive oil. This gives the rice extra flavor by toasting it. Have your liquid on had because you’ll want it as soon as it’s done toasting.
  3. Add your chicken broth. I really like Better than Bouillon Chicken base in a can (you add water) which can be found right next to regular chicken broth.
  4. After the rice has been cooking for a while add your broccoli and let it steam.
  5. Finally, when all the liquid has been absorbed by the rice you’re ready to add the cheddar cheese. Stir 1/2 a cup in and sprinkle the rest on top to melt.

If you’re looking for more One-Pan Dinners, you’ll love these recipes:

One-Pan Mexican Chicken and Rice

One-Pan Chicken Tortilla Bake

One-Pan Chicken Fajita Rice

One-Pot Sausage Broccoli Pasta

4.34 from 3 votes
One-Pan Cheesy Broccoli and Rice Skillet - my go-to for an easy dinner.
One-Pan Cheesy Chicken, Broccoli, and Rice
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
25 mins
Total Time
30 mins
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Chicken, One-pan
  • 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 medium yellow onion , diced finely
  • 1 pound boneless skinless chicken breasts , cut into bite sized pieces
  • 2 cloves of garlic , minced
  • 1 teaspoon of kosher salt and freshly ground pepper to taste
  • 1 cup uncooked extra long grain white rice
  • 2 1/2 cups of low-sodium chicken broth (I like to use Better than Buillion Chicken base)
  • 2 1/2 cups broccoli florets , cut into bite sized pieces
  • 2 cups shredded extra sharp cheddar cheese
  1. In a large skillet or pan, sauté onions in two tablespoons of olive oil over medium heat. Season chicken with salt and pepper.
  2. Once onions soften, increase the heat to medium high and add chicken to the pan.
  3. Brown the chicken pieces and add the garlic. Cook for about 1 more minute.
  4. Push chicken to one side of the pan and add additional tablespoon of olive oil to other side.
  5. Add the uncooked rice in the olive oil and saute it for a couple of minutes.
  6. Add the chicken broth to the pan and bring the mixture to a boil. Lower the heat to a simmer and cover the pan with a lid.
  7. Cook chicken and rice mixture covered for about 12 minutes.
  8. Sprinkle the broccoli evenly over the chicken and rice mixture and stir to combine.
  9. Continue to cook covered another 8 minutes on low, or until broccoli and rice are both tender.
  10. Remove from heat and stir in half a cup of cheese.
  11. Sprinkle remaining cheese on top and cover with a lid, letting it sit for 1-2 minutes or until cheese has melted.
Recipe Notes

If you're using rotisserie chicken add the chicken at the end with the cheese just to heat it through.

You need a large skillet or pan with a higher edge for this dish to hold everything. I used a 12-inch skillet that had a slightly raised edge and it worked great.
Source: Number 2 Pencil

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One-Pan Cheesy Chicken Broccoli and Rice Skillet - my go-to for an easy dinner.

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  1. I like one dish meals. I live alone and work an intense job. Kitchen mess should be minimal during the week. Plus I love leftovers for lunches. This works for me!!!

  2. Amy Winningham says:

    Did you use fresh brocolli? Would frozen broccoli work?

  3. I love your recipes and would like to email some of them to my computer, where I have a recipe folder. How do I do that, as I see no email icon on your website.

  4. For some reason I thought a cup of chicken noodle soup would be good with this.
    I love cheese on everything

  5. I love broccoli and easy dishes so this is perfect ♡ looks super yummy

  6. I totally pinned this & plan on making it. YUM!

  7. Sounds and looks like a delicious trend 🙂 I would to try it too.

  8. This looks really good! And if it makes you feel any better, I have yet to try quinoa or cookie butter. Some day!

  9. This looks so delicious and I love easy, one-dish meals!

  10. Have you ever made this omitting the chicken? Sounds like it would make a nice side dish.. Wondered if it would work!

  11. I only have boil in a bag brown rice. Can I remove it fron the bag and use that?

  12. Super good. I used marble Jack cheese instead of sharp cheddar because that’s what I have (and that’s what I prefer), and it was great. I had to use closer to 4 1/2 cups of broth, but that may because I use short grain rice and it was crunchy, still, or maybe it’s just a preference… Anyway, great recipe! Love one dish meals!

  13. This sounds delish but my husband is diabetic do you think I could just omit the rice?

  14. Made this tonight and it was a huge success! So yummy. Thanks for the recipe! 🙂

  15. Made this tonight – super yum. I made it with two cups of chicken broth and one cup of white wine. Big cheers all around 🙂

  16. I’m making the recipe now, and it smells delicious. The only question I have is, Why do you sauté the rice before adding the broth?

  17. I’m making this tonight but I want to use brown rice. No difference in cooking right?

    • Christy {The Girl Who Ate Everything} says:

      Brown rice usually takes twice as long to cook…

      • Thanks Christy. It did take a little longer but it turned out great. Simple dish but easy and tasty. I could see this becoming a regular in the rotation.

        • I used brown rice and it never cooked. I cooked it for at least twice as long. If one is going to use brown rice, you should pre cook it about 3/4s of the way then add it to the dish to finish cooking while the broccoli cooks and the cheese melts afterward. Mine ended up being a disaster. It looks like it would be a great dish otherwise.

          • I’m reading this review while waiting for my brown rice to cook per the instructions. And I’m already at twice as long…and then read your post..and half laughed half cried. Crunchy rice here we come! LOL

          • Oh no. Yeah, I haven’t used brown rice. The recipe is a quick one so you need a quick rice like long grain.

          • I buy brown rice especially for this recipe because it’s the only rice that needs 15 minutes to cook. White rice only takes 8 and I don’t want severely overcooked rice. Lol

  18. Such an easy and lovely recipe, I love it! I eat broccoli frequently, but I have to admit: it’s not my biggest favorite. Can you recommend me another vegetable which is good for this meal? If not, no problem, I was just curious. 🙂

    • Asparagus, brussel sprouts or cauliflower would all work well in this recipe….I would also attempt to use cooked carrots as an alternative.

  19. Such an easy and lovely recipe, I love it! I eat broccoli frequently, but I have to admit: it’s not my biggest favorite. Can you recommend me another vegetable which is good for this meal? If not, no problem, I was just curious. 🙂

    • Christy {The Girl Who Ate Everything} says:

      I think you could throw any veggie you like in there that cooks fairly quickly. It’s very versatile.

  20. Just made this tonight for the first time and it was so good! will be making it again along with trying different recipes

  21. I made this with cooked quinoa instead of rice…..

  22. On this chilly day i found your recipe while searching for a Chicken and Broccoli Recipe. I only had enough ingredients to make a half batch. The meal was perfect for 2 and so delicious. I will definitely make again. So glad to find a Chicken Broccoli that doesn’t call for cream soups.

  23. What Happened…. I gave this recipe 5 stars and it appeared as 2 stars. Definitely a 5 star meal.

  24. Do you think that this meal lends itself to freezing?

    • Christy {The Girl Who Ate Everything} says:

      It’s made in a skillet so I guess you could kind of scoop it out into a container and freeze it. Haven’t tried it though.

  25. I was wondering if it came out stringy from the cheese or if the cheese completely melts and it becomes like a cheese sauce. The reason I ask is because I can’t stand when cheese gets all stringy, I won’t eat it at all.

    • Christy {The Girl Who Ate Everything} says:

      It doesn’t become cheese sauce. It’s melted though. If you use low fat cheese it can get stringy.

  26. I’m with Nancy, I thought a can of chicken noodle soup might be good instead of the broth or split with the broth. With a small tossed salad, maybe some garlic toast; a superb dinner. I love simple recipes like this.

  27. My husband didn’t think this dish would be good without the cream of something can. He was amazed how wonderful this old traditional recipe he grew up with tasted without the cream of chicken. This is now a staple in our house! We all love it!

  28. This is indeed tasty, quick, and easy. I’m a vegetarian so I used Quorn chicken tenders, and vegetable broth.. Also after I added the cheese I topped it with a mix of panko, olive oil, and parmesean, and put it in the oven until the panko was browned. I think the crunch of the topping added a lot to the dish. (I cooked it all in my cast iron skillet so it still only took one pan) Thanks for sharing!

  29. I made this tonight, thank you for a quick and yummy meal idea! I was seriously short on time, so I used frozen chicken bites from Schwan’s. It turned out delicious, but I wish I wouldn’t have been out of shredded cheese! Everyone devoured it, even my three picky little girls.

    • Also, I used brown rice… I just cooked it in a pot next to the skillet, then added it into the chicken mixture once it was finished. Made for two dishes instead of one, but I wanted to make sure it was done. 🙂

    • Christy {The Girl Who Ate Everything} says:

      WoW! They ate it without cheese. Definitely good with cheese. Glad you liked it!

  30. I’m thinking of making this, but can you just use already cooked rice instead?

  31. Hi this recipe sounds great. I plan on making it tomorrow, but my hubby doesn’t like rice so he asked if I can make it with orzo pasta. What would I do differently by using orzo pasta? Thanks

  32. I fixed this fir supper tonight and served with a small salad and cheesy, garlic toast….yum!

  33. Making this tonight and wondering if I could use frozen broccoli florets?

  34. Can I use cream of chicken soup instead of the broth, or is it too thick for the rice? That’s all I have on hand tonight..

  35. Found on Pintrest and made tonight here in in England with brown rice, very nice! I added parsley to mine too!

  36. have you ever tried this with brown rice? Just wondering if cook time or amount of chicken broth would be the same!

  37. We loved this recipe! I shared it (in Dutch) in my website. Dutch people also need to know about this lovely recipe. Of course I added a link to your blog + copyright info.

    Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  38. This was super yummy! I made it for dinner tonight, and my teenage son and his friend have not left a speck of it in the pan. Net time I’ll try adding some garlic powder for a bit more flavor.

  39. Barbara Seaman says:

    It doesn’t tell how much salt is in it that tells me if I can have it. It looks so good

  40. Just made this for myself and my daughter. We’re in love! Good work!

  41. What a fantastic meal! Can’t wait to have it again tomorrow at work and freeze the rest for next week.

  42. It is very delicious. Do you happen to know the calorie count on this

  43. I made this for dinner tonight and I must say, it was delicious. I have a picky eater who loves rice and she said she “would eat this a lot”! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  44. I made this recipe a couple days ago, and it was great! The only things I changed is that I used 1/2 quinoa, 1/2 rice, switched out the onion for a little onion powder and celery, and added 1 cup plain greek yogurt at the end with the cheese to make it more creamy. It was so good!

    Even leftovers were delicious =)

  45. Any idea on calorie count?

  46. We Love this easy and delicious meal!!!! I have a pretty dumb question……do you cook the chicken all the way through when you first put it in the pan or do you literally just brown the outside for a couple of minutes then let it finish cooking with the rice and broccoli??

  47. I made this tonight, but added some cream of chicken soup to it. I LOVED only using one pan!! Thanks so much for this recipe!

  48. Made this for dinner tonight not very flavourful but easy and quick I’ll make it again just maybe add more seasoning

  49. Would this recipe work with brown rice? if so, How can I adjust.

  50. Thank you! One of my go-to meals now 🙂

  51. Made this tonight! Followed recipe exactly except I used brown rice instead (I just doubled cooking time) it was SO good!! I love your recipes and this one will now be a regular!

  52. I made this a couple days ago (was rushing and didn’t have time to measure out anything!) my boyfriend refuses to eat anything after he’s ate it twice in one week, well he asked me to make it again tonight! It was so delicious the first time and I know it will be great again tonight! Thanks for this great recipe!

  53. This was delicious, and so simple to make. I love that you wrote the recipe with grated cheese instead of using canned cream-of-soup. It was creamy and nomlicious! My husband devoured it. Thanks for the great recipe.

  54. This looks so yummy. Would it work with 10 min brown rice instead?

  55. This sounds really good. I’ve made dishes like this before but without the cheese. I thought I would make this one and add some bacon or prosciutto to it to give it a bit more zing. These types of dishes are so convenient. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  56. Tried this with brown rice and it turned out terrible. It took forever for the rice to cook and I ended up with under-cooked, slightly burnt rice and over-cooked broccoli. If I make this again I’m going to use instant rice.

  57. Excellent. Made it just like the recipe and entire family loved it and ate the leftovers for lunch the next day. Definite keeper and will be making again.

  58. I LOVE this recipe!!! Its got everything, it’s fast, delicious, totally comfort food! I make it all the time now! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

  59. I’d love to make this but with egg noodles! would I just make the recipe as called for?

  60. This was a big hit with my family! It was easy to make and the kids loved it! I’ve made it a few times now!

  61. A recipe I got off of pinterest that I actually made and make regularly! One of my favorites. Not the quickest thing but worth it if you have the time. I use brown rice and it tastes just as good while being healthier. Would definitely recommend!

  62. I made this last night and we loved it. There are only 2 of us at home now so I halved it, left out the chicken and used it as a side dish. Next time I will use a bit more than half of the broccoli but that’s a personal preference. It is delicious and easy. Thanks for sharing it.

  63. One of the best recipies I’ve found on Pinterest. My daughter loves it!!

  64. I made this step by step and it came out great. My two year old said mmmmmmmmmm!

  65. Made it. Ate it. Loved it.

    We made it almost exactly as written and it was delicious. My picky six year old asked for seconds which was a first. Adding it to the recipe box. The only change is we didn’t use as much cheese, added extra broccoli, and next time might add a can of cream of mushroom soup to make it a tad creamier.

  66. I made this for supper tonight and it was very good! I love one pot meals so I have less to clean up. I made it just as the recipe says and it was great! I used frozen broccoli and it was good. I would cook the broccoli first a little bit as it was a little crunchy. Thanks for the recipe!

  67. I made your One-Pan Cheesy Chicken today but I used romanesco instead of broccoli and it was AMAZING <3
    I really loved it. I needed to add a little more water but I think that's the rice I used. Thank you for sharing this recipe. I will defenitely make it again 🙂

  68. I just made but with two cups of orzo because I’m out of rice, and I added a cup of frozen peas. It’s great! A keeper for sure!

  69. This was so good! I used chicken breast tenders *what I had on hand* and frozen broccoli. Came out perfectly! We love cheesy chicken broccoli casseroles in my house. I was looking for a new recipe to change things up a bit and stumbled across this one. It tastes just like the casseroles i’ve made in the past….Actually even better I think! Must make recipe!

  70. Very good casserole – type meal. I really wanted to use brown rice, so I subbed brown Minute Rice. I used one cup of rice and one cup of chicken broth, and added it at the same time as the broccoli. Both the broccoli and the rice ended up needing 3 or 4 extra minutes to cook but everything came out very tender and delicious in the end. Hubby liked it too and I plan to make this again.

  71. This dish was wonderful! My son and daughter loved it. This is definitely in our rotation:)

  72. I loved this recipe! It was something delicious, yet simple to prepare after work. The only thing I would do different next time is brown the chicken first, then add the onions in. I found that my onions burned because it was taking longer for the chicken to brown.

  73. Made this a few nights ago and it was amazing!!! DH doesn’t like broccoli “in” things (this comes from the same man who doesn’t like casseroles so I name them something different. Additionally our casserole dish is now a “baking dish”) usually but he absolutely loved this. Not many recipes are winners on the first try but this one was!

  74. This is really good! I’ve been trying broccoli chicken rice recipes for years but was never pleased with any of them. They always call for cream of chicken soup. This was was delicious! I added quite a bit of pepper, salt and garlic powder and topped with a 4 cheese shredded pizzeria blend 🙂 Will absolutely make again thank you!

  75. I made this for my adult son and daughter in law for a week night meal. Everyone really liked it and there was some for left overs for the next day for their lunches. I will repeat making this as it was easy to put together and was a big hit. Thanks for sharing this dish.

  76. This was a quick, hearty side dish.
    My family loved it.

  77. I’ve made this 4 times now in the last few months. I’ve made it with white and brown rice, instant and regular. Last night I had pre-steamed broccoli and rice already made so I threw it all together very quickly. It’s a great healthy recipe that my family loves. Thanks!

  78. Made this tonight, and it was sooo good! My husband has Celiac so it’s hard to find casserole type dishes that are gluten free. This was a definite hit with my entire family!

  79. This looks wonderful! I’m wondering if the long grain white rice it calls for is the same as Minute Rice (which also says it is long grain white rice)? Thank you!

  80. I love all the recipes you post! Especially this one! It is delicious!!

  81. I had a problem with the broccoli not cooking all the way. My rice turned to mush because I was trying to let the broccoli cook. Next time I think I will add broccoli in a little earlier and leave it all on top for five mi Utes to let it steam through before stirring in. Hope this helps those who had the same problem I did.

  82. I tried this recipe as I needed to use up some old roast chicken and broccoli. Also, I used used shallots instead of onion and 1.5 cups of Parmesan (didn’t have any cheddar). My broccoli was a little crunchy. Overall though, it turned out nicely, albeit not as cheesy looking as in the picture. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  83. Love love love this dish… so easy and doesn’t make a mess! I’m on my second batch of the day… first one went to my parents and I didn’t leave any for myself! I don’t have any more sharp cheddar so I’m trying mozzarella.

  84. Vanessa Kowalski says:

    I made this tonight, and it smells and tastes delicious! Waiting for the official verdict from the hubby and teen, but I’m expecting them to love it, too. I made it with Kielbasa because that is what I had defrosted, added thyme, and some cayenne, then and added a tablespoon of sour cream when I mixed in the cheese to make it creamier, and offset a bit of the spice, went overboard with the cayenne. Oops! I didn’t add any salt, but did add the black pepper, because Kielbasa is really salty already. I tasted it and am in love! Next time I will make it with chicken, but now I know that the Kielbasa works, too!

  85. Theresa Cheracles says:

    The family loved this! I had to make more for my hearty eaters so I increased all of the ingredients and added a large diced carrot for color. I seasoned the chicken with seasoned salt, pepper and paprika. We like our veggies very tender so I sautéed all of the veggies together first, until they softened. Then, I added the chicken. I had to cook the rice separately because I did not have enough room in the pan otherwise. I decreased the broth to 1 cup since the rice was cooked separately. I also reduced the cheese because I did not have 2 cups on hand. It was still superb! Even my 4 year old liked it! I will probably make this recipe every week. I was interested in this recipe because I love one-pan recipes. It makes clean-up so easy. Next time, I may have to pull out my large dutch oven so that all of the ingredients will fit. Or, hmmmmm, maybe I will try it in a crock pot – veggies on the bottom, cooked on high for 4 hours and add the cheese before serving. That’s even easier.

  86. Delicious! My daughter decided it was cheese-TASTIC! I only had frozen broccoli, but I threw it in while the chicken and rice cooked an it was great!!! Next time when usin frozen tho, I will reduce the broth by just a little. Thanks!

  87. This was so good. I have the worlds pickiest eater, I made this and he ate the whole damn plate. Definitely making this again!

  88. Currently making this and my house smells fantastic from the onion and garlic! I can’t wait for it to be done and we can eat! Thank you so much for the recipe!

  89. Samantha C. Cunningham says:

    LOVED this! My husband did too! Thank you for sharing!

  90. Will be a go to for me. I’ve pinned a couple of one pan broccoli rice snd chicken recipes. I like this one because you don’t have the added flour and sour cream (more calorie and more steps).

  91. It was fine, but i probably wont make it again.

  92. Has anyone calculated the calories for this dish? Which, btw, is amazing!

  93. Could i use rotisserie chicken instead?

  94. Just made this tonight! Ohmylanta! Everyone loved it! I have a picky 3 year old with Cystic Fibrosis. This dish was such a hit with her! I love how easy this recipe is!
    Will definitely be sharing with friends!

  95. Made this tonight and its wonderful! Toasted some Townhouse crackers on the top and it added a fantastic crunch and color to the dish!


  96. Hi, can you make this without the onion?

  97. I am going to use rice that you microwave in a pouch.. should I omit chicken broth all together?

  98. So I only had one cup of cheddar in my fridge, I added one cup of mozzarella along with it and OMG killer!!!! Sooo delicious!!!

  99. I’ve made this a few times and my family loves it! I made it tonight again but too late in the cooking process realized I didn’t have broccoli- it was spinach I had🤦🏻‍♀️ It came out delicious!!!

  100. This recipe popped up on Pinterest and it fit exactly what I needed. This was AMAZING! I was even able to get my picky eater to nearly clean the plate! This will replace a version of a recipe like this that uses a prepackaged mix. Not fond of the sodium intake with those things. Thank you so much for this recipe!

  101. Would an electric skillet work? I have an electric skillet but not a large one for the stovetop. I’m asking because I don’t know if there’s a cook temperature difference.

  102. Very Good! Boyfriend looked up at me and said “good recipe”! Thanks for sharing!

  103. A solid simple recipe. Started by making the recipe as is; but I needed a few extra table spoons of broth to carry it through the 3 extra minutes the broccoli needed (maybe my pieces were larger). A bit bland, but after we topped it with Frank’s red hot sauce we couldn’t stop eating it!

  104. The ratio of rice to chicken broth did not work well for me, I used 1 cup of long grain white rice and 2 1/2 cups of chicken broth and I ended up with a soggy mix. Any recommendations would be appreciated! 🙂

  105. I want to make this, but if I boil the rice separate will it still taste as good without the broth?

    I only have Minute Maid white rice and I don’t want it to get soggy

  106. Don't worry about it says:

    Salt and pepper are all you use to season chicken? Lol are you white?

  107. Disgusting. At first I thought I could eat it, and the more I ate, the less I liked it. I followed almost every direction perfectly and it was gross. There was wayyy too much broth. It looked like a soup. I had to pour out almost all of the broth at the end because it clearly was too much. The mixture of these flavors were just gross and I would never make this again.

  108. Honestly I tried making this my way I followed the same steps but did some things differently as I progressed and it came out so amazing!!!!

  109. Hello Christy,
    I just love you, your recipes, your cute comments….so consider me a fan as I love making your recipes.
    However, today I want to make the Cheesy broccoli and chicken one pan meal.
    I just discovered that I do not have enough chicken broth., do you think Cream of mushroom soup with a bit of milk would suffice? I have seen Campbell’s chicken and broccoli that are similar but do not look as easy or good.

  110. I made this for the first time last night, and it turned out really good. I used frozen broccoli (shhh…don’t tell my husband 😉 and mild cheddar cheese, instead of sharp, because that’s all I could find at Sprouts. It was a great meal for a rainy day, and very easy to warm up when my husband got off work.

  111. How should I adjust the recipe if I want to make it with brown rice?

  112. I made this tonight. It was delish! I used some cooked chicken I already had. I also used basmati rice. Thanks for the recipe!

  113. I liked it but the chicken got so tough being cooked for that long…does most of the world just accept tough chewy chicken as normal? Or am I doing something wrong? I was certain it would be chewy after reading the directions but I thought maybe there was some magic. Bite size chicken is already cooked through once you brown it… boiling it for 20 more minutes just makes it gross- no matter how much cheese you put on it. I would make this again, but do the chicken first; remove it after browning and toss it back in at the end.

  114. I loved this meal! My 2 year old ate it up! My slightly more opinionated 8 & 9 year old just wished the chicken was made separate. Next time to appease them I will have to use a second dish to finish cooking the chicken, but all in all great kid friendly dish!

  115. Love one pan recipes and this was really good and easy to make. I used 2 breasts from a pre-cooked rotisserie chicken. I added the chicken along with the broccoli. I left out the garlic (dislike garlic). But the dish still came out delicious. Thank you!

  116. 21 hours and 29 minutes! What? Burnt to a crisp and nearly burnt the house down.recipe sucks! Looks nothing like the picture.

  117. YUM!! Great flavor…I sprinkled bacon bits on top of the cheese and it was really good.

  118. Just moved this to the Keepers board. We like it with the addition of a healthy sprinkle of paprika and 1/2 cup sour cream. I may also add mushrooms the next time we have this dish for dinner. Thank you for the original recipe.