21 Reviews

This recipe was made on 2/19/11 for the "Comfort Food Event" in the Food Photo Forum.I made a few changes to the recipe, four chicken breast halves were and I used the full amount of stuffing mix.Instead of the 10 1/2 ounce can of gravy a 12 ounce jar of Heinz Roasted Chicken Gravy was used( I like extra gravy ).I also substituted 1 cup of chicken broth for 1 cup of the water.Cooking time was pretty much as the recipe stated,but I did cook a bit longer to get some color added to the chicken.This recipe was fast,easy, and comforting.Thanks for posting and, " Keep Smiling :) "

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Chef shapeweaver � February 20, 2011

This was a really good dish and super simple to make. I used a 12 oz. jar of Heinz chicken gravy. Instead of using all the water called for, I mixed about 1/3 of my gravy into the stuffing to make it moist and give it more flavor. I made some candied sweet potatoes as a side, and it felt like it was Thanksgiving. This is a great dish to make when you are short on time, but would still like a hearty meal. I will definitely make it again.

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michelles3boys November 03, 2009

I enjoyed this dish and so did my husband (he likes gravy) but surprisingly enough, my six year old step son didn't. Granted, he is a semi-picky eater, but I think it's the texture and look that turned him off.

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anacolls September 25, 2009

This was good. We mixed in some frozen corn so that it included some vegetables. I might even mix in some celery next time. Thanks for the recipe!

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Chef Schellies March 19, 2009

This is a great way to make a quick dinner that I discovered on my own a few years ago, so I make it a slightly different way. I cook the chicken with some garlic and onion then cube it up. Then I cook the stuffing, with the chicken added in. I serve it with gravy drizzled over the chicken and stuffing mix rather than mixed in. Very tasty.

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MMorgan March 07, 2009

Great easy recipe. The chicken turned out very tender and the dish had good flavor. Perfect for a work night meal. Will make again.

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sksgrad February 15, 2009

This was sooooo good. My 5 year old asked me if it was Thanksgiving. I used legs and thighs because we are dark meat kind of people. They took alot longer to pan fry but it was well worth it. I kept spraying them with olive oil cooking spray until the skin was nice and crispy, then I added 2 cans of gravy and cooked as listed. YUMMMMMMMY!!!

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Lisa Lou Who June 12, 2008

This is definately a quick dinner. I followed the recipe as written other then my gravy was 12 ounces and I used turkey gravy as that is all I had. I also cut my chicken up into bite size pieces and seasoned with salt and pepper. I cooked it about five minutes, then added the gravy, covered and cooked another ten minutes. Then I added the stuffing. It was a good quick dinner that everyone enjoyed.

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bmcnichol May 20, 2008

What a quick delicious week night meal. I couldn't believe I had this yummy dinner on the table in less than 45 minutes. I used 2 10 1'/2 ozCampbells canned chicken gravy with a tsp of poltry seasoning added and the gravy was super. Served with buttered noodles and carrots. Thank you Sandy, I know I will make this many more times.

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MOUNTAIN MARTHA February 25, 2008

Excellent! A definite keeper and will fix again and again. I added a dash of salt and pepper to the chicken before placing in the pan. This is standard procedure for me. Wonderful taste, tender and moist.

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Luther H. November 13, 2015
Skillet Chicken, Stuffing and Gravy