OMG Darlene! This was fabulous!! I followed the recipe exactly and served it over extra wide egg noodles with a side of green beans. It was like eating Sunday roasted chicken with stuffing but in a fraction of the time. This is a new addition to my list of comfort foods. Heck, I even ate the left-overs, something I RARELY do! Thanks sooo much for a great recipe!
Super! Have made twice in fact. I used more dressing-can't have too much dressing. Second time I made ahead through the dressing and then melted butter before putting in oven.
This was a good recipe. I baked this in a 2 1/2 quart rectangular baking dish for 35 minutes, but first I sprayed the baking dish with a vegetable spray. Next, I added the (not crushed) boxed stuffing mix, which I already mixed with the melted butter. I then mixed both the cream of celery and cream of chicken soup together, with the apple juice. I spread most of this over the stuffing, but saved enough of the soup to top each piece of chicken with at least 2 Tablespoons. I placed the chicken ontop, and spooned the 2 Tbsp. of the soup mixture on top of each piece. I layed 2 slices of the swiss cheese over each piece of chicken before baking, but the next time, I'm going to add it near the end of the baking time, so it won't brown too much. Note: The brand of swiss cheese I used was, the Crystal Farms (it's kind of like the Kraft cheese slices). The next time I'm going to try slices of smoked swiss cheese instead. Our Walmart store has some good smoked swiss cheese in their deli. I think the cream of broccoli soup, and the cheddar cheese soup mixed together for this recipe, sounds good too. This recipe reminds me of either the Betty Crocker Oven Bakes, or the Campbell's Classic Dinner Bakes you'll find at the grocery store. Thanks for the recipe Darlene.
i put this together in less than 5 minutes, popped it in the fridge and headed to work. dh drizzled with butter and baked it when he got home - there was not much left for me when i got home because they liked it SO much! - i can't wait to try this when i can be here to enjoy it, but he and dd give it 2 thumbs up!
Wow! This was great...and easy to make. I lighted the recipe up by spraying the pan with butter flavored spray, using 98% fat free soup and skipping the butter topping. It passed the "Should I make it again?" test. Thanks for sharring this recipe with us.
Not only is this easy to make but it is to die for. I made 5 chicken breasts and had no leftovers at all, infact they were still asking for more. I only used 1 piece of swiss cheese per breast. I served this with your Noodles & Herbs. Great combination of flavors. Thank you for posting.
I used the proportions as given, but in good conscience I can't give my family anything with oleo in it. Pure transfat is so incredibly bad for you. It's also possible to duplicate the canned soup with healthier ingredients. <br/>As I made this with substitutions, I can't speak to the taste of the recipe as given, but I can say that it was really, really good with the substitutions.
Fabulous! We all really loved this dish. And it was super simple to prepare, I think in the oven in less than 5 minutes. What more can you ask for? The swiss cheese was a wonderful touch, and the stuffing mix on top gave it a nice contrasting texture. I will definitely make this often. Made for the Best of 2012 tag game.
Awesome! Made as posted. Easy. Made ahead as others suggested, and then drizzled with butter. Thanks for sharing.
Very easy weeknight meal. My picky six year old liked it! I added the 1/2 cup apple juice too - gave it more flavor and sauce. I wouldn't serve this to company, but it was fine for a quick meal.