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If you’re looking for a hearty meal that’s simple to assemble and easy to freeze, look no further than this layered casserole. It can be thrown together easily with convenience foods, including frozen broccoli, canned soup, and precooked chicken. Feel free to substitute leftover or precooked brown rice for the white rice to up the fiber and nutrients even more.

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  1. Is there a way to make this rice bake lower in sodium. If so could you give me that recipe with nutritional facts also?
    Thanks so much!!

    Posted by snsgoldring |
  2. Hi snsgoldring,

    To decrease sodium in this recipe, you could try substituting Campbell’s Low Sodium Cream of Mushroom soup for the Healthy Request Cream of Chicken soup called for in this recipe. This change would result in the recipe having about 115 mg sodium per serving.

    Make sure to use the “Low Sodium” soup rather than the “25% Less Sodium” soup (which actually still has quite a lot of sodium).

    Posted by Tara Dairman, Web Editor |

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