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STOVE TOP Easy Cheesy Chicken Bake

STOVE TOP Easy Cheesy Chicken Bake recipe
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Creamy and cheesy comfort food: This is just about the yummiest thing you can look forward to making in just 40 minutes after a hard day.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
6 servings, about 1-1/3 cups each
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posted:
5/8/2007
it was great, just make sure you cut every piece of chicken small like directed and it will cook properly. My husband and i liked it the kids were ok with it.
posted:
5/5/2007
I agree with tmoff, chicken should be pre cooked. I have boiled chicken before combining it with other ingredients.
posted:
5/3/2007
I think alot of people are missing the fact that you have to place COOKED chicken into this recipie. This is an easy, yet good recipie. I'd make it again. <<< Response from Kraft Kitchens Expert, Wendy ~ The chicken should be used raw; not precooked. >>>
posted:
5/2/2007
It was delicious. Excellent. Having fun trying out all these new recipes. So easy.
posted:
4/28/2007
this tasted very good. my family enjoyed it. i didn't pre cook the chicken but it did need an extra 5-10 to completely cook through. for my particular taste i would add just a touch of seasoning or at least salt and pepper to the chicken before adding to the dish. The chicken was very juicy and every thing did taste good.
posted:
4/28/2007
This recipe was fast and easy to make. I wasn't sure whether the chicken should be cooked or not when mixing it in, so I made sure the chunks of raw chicken were small and would cook in the time given since it was 400 and for 40 min. But I decided to jazz it up with french fried onions (the kind in the can) and the recipe was great! The onions add extra crunch and flavor and work perfectly with the stuffing!
posted:
4/27/2007
This was pretty tasty, and very easy. With regards to the chicken: If the recipe intended you to use *cooked* chicken, it would have specifically stated that. I used raw boneless chicken breasts cut up into very small bite-size pieces. I cooked at 400 degrees for 30 minutes uncovered, and the chicken was perfectly white and cooked through all the way, and the stuffing was nicely toasted but not overdone. Make sure you are cutting the chicken up into very small pieces! Also, it helps to make sure you are using only the amount called for (1.5 lbs) and/or are using a large enough baking dish so the chicken pieces aren't all bunched up together.
posted:
4/24/2007
It tasted great. My kids really enjoyed it as well. I will definetly make it again.
posted:
4/24/2007
It was just ok. Didn't have a lot of flavor I thought and we had to cook it an extra 15 minutes to get the chicken to cook all of the way through. I didn't get any flavor from the cheese or cream of soup.
posted:
4/23/2007
This was great!! To save time I used leftover cut up chicken breast from KFC and for extra flavor added a little djion mustard and garlic powder to the soup/cheese mixture! Fast and fabulous!!
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