14 Reviews

I made something similar to this for supper tonight before I found this recipe. I baked 5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts. For the sauce, I mixed 1 can cream of chicken soup, 1 can sour cream (I spooned sour cream into the can for measuring), salt, pepper, paprika, lemon & herb seasoning, and chives. I warmed the sauce on the stove and spooned some on top of the chicken when I fixed the plates. Served with mashed potatoes, corn, and carrots sweetened with molasses, it was a big hit. I wish I had thought about the bacon. But I will definitely use bacon next time. I'm thinking this sauce will also work well for chicken breasts stuffed with ham and swiss cheese.

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leslieclay March 13, 2013

Made as written. Found sour cream taste over powered the dish. Just personal taste. Sorrry!

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catmaniacs November 06, 2012

This was really good and I loved how easy it was! I took some of the other reviewers info and changed the cooking just a little. I used b/s chicken thighs (that's what I had) and wrapped the bacon around and then sauteed a little before putting them in the oven with the cream sauce. I should have sauteed a little more but was afraid of over cooking the chicken. Was still very good served with mashed poatoes. Made for Football Pool win Wildcard week.

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AZPARZYCH January 16, 2011

love this ! easy to make, added some white wine and crushed pepper on top made it very good

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kav0506 April 26, 2010

A long time favorite of mine. Great for company, too. The recipe I use calls for a layer of dried beef in the bottom of the casserole dish. This adds even more flavor. I have to find anyone who doesn't love this. Thanks so much for posting this great recipe.

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jmerc801 May 06, 2009

Total comfort food! This was easy to make and we really enjoyed it.

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Dreamgoddess June 18, 2008

This was very easy to fix.... I prepared it with rice, Brussels sprouts, and a fresh garden salad... I love the flavors of the sauce and the chicken.... The bacon was good, but I couldn't get it to brown.... Like Caroline said, I will pre-cook the bacon next time.... Thanks...

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gertc96 July 30, 2007

Very good and easy! Next time I will pre-cook the bacon some to advance crispness and reduce the grease and thicken the sauce before serving. Great flavors!

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Caroline Cooks July 25, 2007

DH and I really liked this dish, the sauce was rich and tasty. I used turkey bacon, light sour cream and fat free chicken soup, and i dont think it comprimised the taste. We both agreed that the only thing we would change is to cook the chicken in bacon first, then add the sauce, or cook the sauce separately. We like our bacon crispy! xx

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lady_heather July 08, 2007

Wow!!! What a easy and great meal to fix!!! My son had seconds and thirds now!!! I love the bacon flavor with the chicken!! I made it with cream of chicken with herbs, was out of plain cream of chicken soup. I served this over noodles, which my son loved!!! Great easy meal, thanks lazyme for another great recipe!!!!

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diner524 June 27, 2007
Bacon Wrapped Chicken With Sour Cream Sauce