Then, I set to work cutting up all my veggies. Allow me to introduce you to my little friend. This is my new Santoku knife that I received for my bday last month. If I wasn't afraid of a mortal wound, I would let it sleep on my pillow at night. Anyway, my knife made very quick work of cutting up all the veggies and garlic.Next, we melt some butter and saute the lovely veggies.
Next, you take the gravy veggies and put them on top of the chicken in the dish. Spread it all over the chicken so that everything is covered. Meanwhile, I melt the rest of the butter and saute my minced garlic. We'll use this mixture in a moment. Then, you mix up your Bisquick, milk and shredded cheese and make a wonderful topping for our casserole. Drop them in tablespoons on top of your mixture. Now, take your garlic butter mix and brush your biscuit drops. There will be a lot left over that you can use to brush the biscuits as they cook. Now, it's ready to go into the oven.After baking for 25 minutes, it comes out of the oven and voila! Please ignore the section that's missing. See, I told you that food photography isn't my thing. Looks like we're ready to eat! And here's our meal ready to enjoy. Hubby cut up some tomatoes and cucumbers that are fresh from our garden and here's a great Fall meal sure to satisfy even picky eaters, like me. Yep, the cat's out of the bag. Enjoy!
Rachael Ray's Chicken, Biscuits & Gravy Casserole recipe can be found by clicking here.