Chicken divan

Chicken divan

Chicken Divan is 1 of the scrumptious and effortless dinner possibilities for your household where Chicken and Broccoli are mixed with a creamy sauce then baked till bubbly.

What is Chicken Divan?

Chicken Divan is generally a chicken casserole normally served with broccoli (chicken broccoli divan), Mornay sauce, and almonds. This dish was named divan chicken after the location of its invention, the Divan Parisienne Restaurant in the New York City Chatham Hotel in the early twentieth century in which it was initial served as the signature dish.

In French, the word divan means a great hall or a meeting area, and as a result the identify was picked to imply a sort of continental elegance.

This dish is now prepared with standard Parmesan cheese and its nonetheless a single of the most traditional American casserole dishes today.

A fast and simple model of chicken divan casserole can be made with precooked chicken breasts, canned soup, and ready mayonnaise. Some versions are normally topped with potato chips, in a method similar to that of funeral potatoes. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days.

Both you use fresh broccoli, cauliflower or asparagus to make this dish super wonderful, every thing goes properly into this, which tends to make so versatile.

For the meat, we are making use of pre-cooked chicken breasts but you can also use leftover turkey, or you can use one particular rotisserie chicken which typically yields about 3 cups of meat.

What to serve with Chicken Divan?

I personally adore this chicken broccoli divan with rice or contact it chicken divan with rice, but it also tastes incredible when served in excess of garlic butter rice, buttery mashed potatoes or even noodles.

Chicken Divan is one of the delightful and easy dinner options for your family where Chicken and Broccoli are mixed with a creamy sauce then baked until finally bubbly.

ten min Prep Time

40 min Cook Time

50 min Total Time

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