Salsa Verde chicken casserole is delicious!
Casseroles are the best, aren’t they? Not only are they a more straightforward way to enjoy the flavors you love the most, but they can be the ultimate comfort food. If you’re in the mood for a delicious casserole, then look no further than this salsa verde chicken recipe!
Salsa verde is a traditional Mexican dish that is known for its spice and flavor. Typically, it’s served over white rice, but if you’re following a keto diet, then you know a few minor adjustments should be made. You’ll still get all the deliciousness you know and love, but cauliflower comes to the rescue, so you are consuming far fewer carbs. Plus, a casserole version of your favorite meal is likely faster and easier!
While you can certainly enjoy this meal anytime, you’ll especially appreciate it during a busy work week. This meal only requires about 15 minutes of prep and then 30 minutes in the oven. It’s definitely a huge time saver!
You can rest assured there are fewer carbs, you’ll be happy to learn that this dinner is packed full of valuable protein. Add this to your list of must-try recipes. Trust us when we say, you will not be disappointed!
This particular recipe makes four servings which are perfect for a family or for dinner and leftovers for two people. If meal planning is something you want to work on, this recipe could be the solution! Simply whip up this delicious salsa verde chicken casserole and then have the leftovers for lunch. It’s really that simple!
If you’re in the mood for a meal that will satisfy your hunger while blowing away your taste buds, you’ve got it right here! Try this meal ASAP and let us know how much you love it.
If you enjoyed this recipe, check out this Keto Alfredo Chicken Casserole from My Montana Kitchen! This creamy, cheesy casserole is not only low carb and gluten-free but is also filled with all the flavors of your favorite Alfredo dish.
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