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