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Chicken & Stuffing Florentine

Chicken & Stuffing Florentine recipe
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A yummy answer to the age-old how-to-make-chicken-breasts-exciting question: Bake them in a Florentine-style dish with stuffing, spinach and creamy soup.
10 min
40 min
4 servings
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I substituted pre-cooked cut up chicken breasts and added two cans of soup; one mushroom and one cream of chicken. It went over well with everyone, except my husband, who thought the spinach was over powering. Using 2 cans of soup worked great for me, otherwise I might cut the spinach so it's not such a strong flavor.
This is a good recipe. The only problem is that there is no wow factor in this recipe, it is just too simple. I would make it again though.
My son loved this recipe - good way to get the greens in. My family loves mashed potatoes and gravy so I had added an extra can of soup - I wouldn't recommend that. The stuffing was overtaken by the soup. They still enjoyed it - it just didn't serve as well. Would make this again.
I adapted it for the crock pot- added a bit more liquid & layered the ingredients: suace & spinach mix, 2 chicken breasts, more spinach sauce mix, 2 more chicken breats, rest of sauce, top with stuffing & cook on high for 2-3 hours (check chicken after 2 hours) I also sprinkled stuffing with a little garlic powder for a little more kick- ROOMMATES LOVED IT!!
I'm a spinach lover so was anxious to try this recipe. It was very good and easy. I'll definitely make it again and share the recipe with friends.
very good! easy to make. i also added a little sourcream and motzerella cheese, just like the other chicken bake i make quite often.
This recipe is definitely worth making. It takes no time at all and is delicious. I made it with fresh spinach instead of frozen, and I also used fresh grated parmesan cheese. I pounded the chicken out so it cooked in the time given of 30 min. Hope you decide to make this and enjoy.
I substituted Cream of Mushroom soup and drained French Green Beans for the Cream of Chicken and frozen spinach. I also dusted the chicken breasts with garlic salt. My husband loved it! In the future, I'll probably try fresh spinach as the vegetable ingredient.
Very yummy and very husband and I loved it! It did take longer than 30 minutes to cook, but smelled wonderful while cooking. In the future I think I would brown the chicken a little before baking to speed cooking time and perhaps add a can of Italian style diced tomatoes (drained) to the spinach/soup mix. Highly suggest this recipe!
Very easy to make and was pretty tasty! I used 98% fat free cream of chicken and it was really good.
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