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I won't rate this, because I had cooked chicken that I was using for another recipe, and ended up using this recipe instead (and used the cooked chicken). The taste was pretty good, but in following the instructions, I can't figure out what to do with the butter and water, since the recipe says follow package directions for the stuffing. For my tastes, I think doubling the sauce would make it better.
This ranks among the best of the many chicken casserole recipes I have made. The chicken bakes up moist and tender, but the best part is the crisp stuffing on top! The sauce with the vegetables and stuffing would make a good dish without the chicken! I used 5 breasts weighing about 1 3/4 lbs, and it did not cover the bottom of the 13X9 pan so I will use smaller pan next time. I also had to bake @ 45 minutes! I used cream of mushroom soup, sour cream, and the Stove Top for Chicken. Thanks Dorel for such a great recipe!
While DH and I liked this, the rest of the family did not. The chicken stays nice and moist but the stuffing on top got a little too dried out and crunchy.
I didn't like it. Wanted to because it's all in one pan, but didn't like it at all.
I've made a pork chop casserole basically the same way. They were awesome! Thought I had saved the recipe from that but couldn't find it tonight so I came online looking for something similar to use my chicken tonight. Great site! I did not have any cream of chicken, celery or mushroom so I used a can of cream of onion that I had. Turned out great!
Made this tonight... My husband is so picky if he doesn't like how food looks he will not eat it...
He came back for seconds!!! Easy to make, cost effective and YUMMY!!! A
This was really tasty and easy. People immediately started giving me thumbs up and "MMMs".
I used chicken tenders, replaced the sour cream with skim milk, and used about 1/3 bag of frozen stir fry vegetables. Next time I'll use a full 16 ounces of frozen brocolli or str fry veggies.
ALL I CAN SAY IS "yum"
i made this with leftover chicken instead of the chicken breast. easy and good. Thanks for posting
Delicious! DH LOVED it! I did change this slightly. I cut my chicken into chunks and sauteed with chopped onion and minced garlic just until the chicken was browned. I used broccoli as the vegetable. I put the chicken and broccoli in the bottom of the dish and mixed the onions and garlic in with the soup. I also only used about 1 pound of chicken since it was just for the 2 of us and I baked in an 8x8 casserole dish at 375 for 35 minutes. Thank you for sharing, I will make this again!