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STOVE TOP Classic One-Dish Chicken Bake with Vegetables

STOVE TOP Classic One-Dish Chicken Bake with Vegetables recipe
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A simple prep and bake makes a moist and tasty chicken dish that everyone will love!
10 min
40 min
6 servings, about 1-1/3 cups each
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This is the new family favorite! I caught a little flack in the few min I was preparing it (I have one that doesn't like dressing and one that doesn't like carrots), but by the end of the meal my family was practically licking their plates. I will be making this again. It's a great way to get picky eaters to eat all their vegetables!
I cooked chicken pieces in some balsamic ving. dressing and microwaved veggies for 2 mins. This dish turned out great, nice comfort food. So easy to make
Great meal to bring in to others!
Very quick and easy. To make sure the chicken was done, and to avoid having to precook it. I cut my pieces very small. The chicken was done and it was very tasty.
I have made a recipe very similar to this. Instead of chicken, I use turkey, but I use cooked turkey. The family raves how great it is.
This was great. I did things a little differently. To make sure the chicken would be thorougly cooked, I cut up the chicken breast and fryed it with a little olive oil, pepper, and garlic salt. After adding the soup/cheese/veggie/sour cream stuff, I added yet another layer of just shredded cheese (about a cup and a half, this is in addition to the cheese in the soup mixture stuff). I didn't use "low-moisture" mozzarella cheese, just regular mozzarella cheese. I also used only a 10 oz bag of frozen veggies (thawed and drained), and I used a little more sour cream than it calls for. I baked this in a 13 by 9 glass pan for 20 minutes. It came out wonderfully! Very cheesy, and the stuffing on the top was perfectly crispy.
As a single mom all I know is go go go. I love this recipe! It is fast, simple, good for my kiddos and they love it! To make it an even faster meal, I use canned chicken (add season) and veggies. This way I know my chicken is done-I am funny bout chicken. GOtta know it is done DONE. Very good.
This is taking WAY longer to cook than 30 minutes! I covered it and at 30 minutes, the chicken was raw. I uncovered it, turned the oven up to 415 and baked it 10 more. Still raw. It is now back at 400 for 15 more minutes. This might have gone faster if I had cooked the chicken beforehand. I haven't tasted it yet, so if it is really good, I might do it again. The prep was easy, but I do hate cutting raw chicken. Maybe if I cooked the breasts whole and then cut them and threw them in the pot, or did the whole thing in a dutch oven so I didn't have to use multiple pots...
Very easy to make. Will make it again very soon. People who ate it rated it a 15 on a scale of 1 to 10. Very Good!
Good, quick, easy...exaclty what I was looking for! I left out the sour cream and the cheese and found it to be delicious. The only thing was that the chicken was a little bland. I might toy with spices next time around
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