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STOVE TOP One-Dish Chicken Bake

STOVE TOP One-Dish Chicken Bake recipe
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Comfort food gets even cozier when stuffing is involved. Add chicken and sour cream and you've got a piping-hot reason to run, not walk, to the table.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
9/6/2008
Myself and my family thought this recipe was very tasty. I am happy to say that I used pre-cooked canned chicken. I don't know why I would want to spend time cutting up uncooked chicken. Next time I would use 3 1 lb. cans although the recipe only calls for 1-1.5 lbs of chicken. I used 2 lbs. this time and it barely covered the bottom of the pan. Overall a very good, easy to make recipe and the ingredients aren't prohibitively costly.
posted:
8/13/2008
Used cream of celery and store brand sour cream and dish was excellent! Chicken was very moist and delicious!!
posted:
8/7/2008
We liked this recipe, it is not something that we would eat all the time, but it was good.
posted:
8/5/2008
My family loves stuffing and chicken and its always a big hit at my house.. I also put some extra flavors in it like garlic, onion flakes and dill and the good part no one knows but I do.. thanks Kraft
posted:
7/10/2008
I make this often cuz it contains things I often have in the house. I double it though cuz i have 4 kids and myself and husband. The one thing I did differently is that I cut the chicken into pretty small pieces, someone said it doesnt cook and I have NEVER had that problem! And I spoon about half the cream of mushroom and sour cream mixture over the chicken, enough to cover it and then I mix half the stuffing mix in with the leftover half of sauce, I then layer that on top of the chicken and then I lay the leftover dry stuffing mix over it (well not dry but the stuff not mixed in with the sauce) That makes it even more moist for me and not so crunchy but you still get some crunch. Hmm hope that makes sense! I will continue to make this! Very easy!
posted:
5/25/2008
It was fast and easy and my husband loved it. It has great flavor. I just made some frozen peas while it baked in the oven and dinner was ready in no time. Great receipe for full-time working women.
posted:
5/23/2008
I've made a version of this before on the stove top and thought I would try it in the oven. 1 HOUR LATER at 400 degrees and the chicken is still RAW! And no there is nothing wrong with my oven. Would strongly recommend cooking the chicken before mixing. My kids fell asleep waiting for it to finish cooking and therefore did not get to eat.
posted:
5/16/2008
GREAT!! My husband loved it and my 2 year old had two servings. It was very easy to make and we will be making it again. It was even good the next day reheated for lunch.
posted:
4/24/2008
This recipe was excellent and my family loooved it! To give it a little extra crunch I added some fried onions and green beans to it. I figured that the fried onions and green beans would be great with it since there is the cream of mushroom soup in the recipe just like in a green bean cassarole. And I was right!! So try these ideas I am sure you will looove it too!
posted:
3/29/2008
This was so yummy, even my 3 kids ate it all! I added a layer of thinly sliced swiss cheese on top of the chicken, before the soup mixture. Delicious!
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