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I made this for dinner tonight (to feed 4 adults). I poached the B/S breast in chicken broth, rather than water. It was tasty, but I had a few issues with the recipe. I had to use 8 TBLS melted butter (4 would not have softened the stuffing cubes enough). Secondly, it did not specify the dish size. I ended up using a 9x13 baking dish. It worked well enough. The flavor could use something to give it a boost (not sure what). I may try this again and add my own personal touches. Thanks for posting. (Made for PAC 2014)
When I first tasted this before putting in the oven it was very bland. I used 3 chicken breasts and boiled them in chicken broth and garlic. I added cheddar cheese and pepper to the mix and then added some 2% milk to thin it out some. I only used 2 cups of the herb stuffing mix (had an 8x8 in casserole dish that I used) and the 4 tsp of butter and cooked that until the stuffing was soft. All in all a nice recipe. Thanks Made for PAC Spring 2014
I liked the idea of this, but I wanted to lower the calories/fat and I used Fat Free Sour cream, and a teaspoon of Dijon mustard for more taste. I also cheated with the 5 or less ingredients by adding, onions, celery, yellow peppers, Frozen veggie mix, and frozen Cauliflower and Broccoli. The recipe is almost like a blank slate there are so many possibilities with this this, I think I will use this base for many meals to come.
I just made it tonight and it is delicious. The only thing I would probably do different is cook the stuffing first. I like it either way though. Thank you so much for sharing! It was very easy to make. I used chicken thighs instead of chicken breasts...about 5 of them. It was enough for me and my husband with leftovers!! Thanks Again!
very good. used low fat sour cream and next time will try Healthy Request soup. My family enjoyed this