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Make Our Crunchy Nacho Chicken Casserole With RO*TEL On Rollback At Walmart!

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Momma Told Me: The best kind of deal is a delicious one!

Let's talk pantry staples real quick. You know, those cans or boxes of ingredients your Momma always kept on hand to whip up a last minute snack, spice up the perfect dish, or transform leftovers into something entirely new. In our house, growing up, Kraft Macaroni and Cheese and RO*TEL were must haves for our pantry. Whenever Momma caught a good sale, or coupon, she'd buy these items by the bulk because she knew her creativity could transform them into a number of simple and delicious meals to satisfy her family. So, when I heard RO*TEL was on rollback at Walmart for just $.98 a can now through April 6th I knew I had to re-stock my pantry.
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With March Madness in full swing and the Big Tournament nearing everyone will be hunting down tried and true recipes to keep their guest happy and snacking through the dribbles, rebounds, and slam dunks. Few things pair as well with a can of Original RO*TEL like cheese, and our family's favorite Crunchy Chicken Casserole makes the perfect tournament dip when paired with your favorite tortilla chips. Best of all, it can be whipped up in advance, or simmer in the Crock-Pot until ready to be served!
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Catch your great savings on RO*TEL at Walmat today-

Are you creating a big snacking spread for the Big Tournament? Looking for ways to spice up game day and save money at the same time? #JustAddRotel is the perfect way to spice up your favorite recipes. From guacamole to pot roast sliders, adding a can of RO*TEL makes a traditional game day recipe into something extraordinary. Click this link http://cbi.as/4wqx  to print a Walmart coupon where you buy 3 cans of RO*TEL, you will get 1 can free and try our Crunchy Chicken Nacho Casserole recipe below, your guests are sure to love it! Be sure to look for RO*TEL in either the Pasta or Hispanic aisle in Walmart! What recipe would you kick up with RO*TEL?

Hurry, this coupon expires on April 6th and is only while supplies last!

What Daughter Says: Stock up on RO*TEL at Walmart now through April 6th, before it leaves Rollback!


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Crunchy Nacho Chicken Casserole
***click here for printable recipe
Ingredients:
2lbs Boneless, Skinless, Chicken Breasts
1 (11.5 oz) Bag of Doritos Nacho Chips
1 (10.5oz) Can of Cream of Mushroom Condensed Soup
1 (10-12oz) Can of RO*TEL Mild or Medium
1 (8-10 oz) Can of Corn Kernels
1 (8-10) oz Can of Cooked Pinto Beans
1 (16oz) Velveeta Cheese Package, or 2lb Loaf
1/2 White Onion
1 Bellpepper, Red/Green (Optional)
1 Stick of Butter
Directions:
Preheat Oven to 350F
1.  Boil or crock pot chicken breasts until fully cooked. I prefer to crock pot a large amount of chicken at once and portion the breast meat for meals like this. Either way, ensure you have about 2 mounding cups of shredded chicken.
2.  Saute your onion and bell pepper with your block of butter. Adjust butter to met the quantity of veggies you are sauteing. If you are forgoing the bell pepper, use about 1/2 a stick of butter.
3. When your veggies are soft add in your can of cream of mushroom (don't forget to add water for condensed), cook for about 10 minutes.
4.  Next, add the can of corn, pinto beans (drained well) and RO*TEL. Cook on low for 10-15 minutes.
5. While the mixture is simmering slice the Velveeta into cubes, then slowly add them to your mixture. Be sure to stir constantly, while adding, and after, to ensure even melting.
6.  Once all of the Velveeta has melted into the mixture combine with shredded chicken.
7. I use a large 4 qt Pyrex bowl, but a Lasagna Pan will do as well- Coat with a non-stick spray such as PAM.
8. Cover the bottom of your cooking vessel with a light layer (1.5-2") of the cooked mixture.
9. Crumble a handful of Doritos across the bottom layer. Repeat the layering process, ending with a generous coating of Doritos, until the pan is full or product is gone.
10. Cover with foil and cook 25 minutes, removing foil for the last 10 to ensure a nice crisp to the top layer.

27 comments:

  1. That's game day food if I ever saw it! That looks absolutely amazing. Thanks for sharing this great recipe!

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  2. This sounds so amazing! I used to make a similar recipe, but I lost the recipe in our last move. We called it "Dorito chicken" though but it looks like this is just about it. I'm bookmarking this for sure. Thanks!

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  3. That looks like a perfect March Madness bowl o'fun. I know the hubby would love Rotel - he loves anything with peppers in it. Peppers don't like me though. In fact, they hate me. They try and kill me. I can't breathe around jalapenos and serranos.

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  4. What a tasty looking dinner idea! Thanks for the idea and the coupon!

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  5. It has been a long while since I last had Rotel. We love TexMex food, so I need to pick some up for a good dinner!

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  6. My kids would love this for dinner!! I don't think we have ever used Ro*Tel before! Thanks for the coupon!

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  7. Rotel is great in so many dishes. We always keep a few cans in the pantry - you never know when you'll get a chance to use it! The coupon is great, too - thanks for sharing!

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  8. So funny, my kid does not usually like spicy food but anything with salsa and he's all about it. This looks delicious.

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  9. I love Rotel and Velveeta. It makes for an awesome dip!!

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  10. That's my favorite dip for two reasons. It's easy, and it's delicious. You can't beat that combo.

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  11. I'm definitely stocking up on Rotel now that it's on roll back. I use it all kinds of recipes. It's awesome.

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  12. YUM! That looks so good! I'm bookmarking this so I can make this later. I love using Rotel products too!

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  13. We always have a stocked shelf of Rotel! It really is perfect for soup, dips, pastas, tacos, ect ect ect! Stuff is amazing!

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  14. WOW! This sounds like a warm comfort food for sure. And it looks delish. My family totally loves RO*TEL and I am totally going to steal your recipe! #client

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  15. My husband would be all over this recipe! If there is one thing he loves most in this world, it would be Doritos!

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  16. This recipe looks so darn good! I am glad I got to take advantage of this tasty deal!

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  17. What an awesome dinner! I know hubby would love if I made more TexMex!

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  18. That sounds delicious. We use RO*TEL almost on a nightly basis so we are always looking for reasons to stock up. This price is great. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. This looks easy enough to make. I bet it would be a hit at a party.

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  20. That recipe sounds great. I love using Rotel. I always buy the spiciest variety!

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  21. This recipe sounds amazing!! I love making dips for the big games!!

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  22. Chicken Nacho Casserole sounds really good. I might have to make that one night this week.

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  23. That looks so yummy! I always have a can of Rotel in my kitchen and love using it.

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  24. that looks really good. i'll have to try this!!! i know my husband would love it for sure

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  25. That looks super yummy!! Dips are a huge hit in my household.

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  26. This looks like a great recipe. I will have to try making it this weekend. I love trying new recipes.

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  27. I love Rotel, i just added it in my taco mix the other night to make tacos.

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