5 Reviews

This was a really nice alternative to shake n bake. I used celery soup, and i thought it kept the chicken nice and moist. It took about 20 mins to cook. I definately agree with you that it would probably be easier to coat chicken if crumbs were is a dish rather than a zip lock bag, i'll be doing that next time. A definate keeper! thanks xxx

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lady_heather May 16, 2007

This makes for a excellent chicken dish.I went exactly by the recipe,it turned out perfectly.The only thing I would recommend would be to use just half a tin of soup.I poured all mine into a bowl to coat the chicken.I only needed about 10% of that but since the raw chicken was in it I had to dispose of the rest.Anyway,this recipe is great.The coating stays nice and crispy.Thanks for posting.

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LuuvBunny March 26, 2007

I've made this a couple times now and it couldn't be easier. I triple this for 6 servings for my family of 5. I also put the stuffing mix in the food processor for crushing, just whirl it through. I have use both cream of chicken and cream of celery soup and both are equally delcious. I also use breasts and legs. Easy main dish for any night of the week.

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R.Lynn February 25, 2007

Fast and easy!! My favorite kind of recipe. I used 2 big chicken breasts and it took about 40 minutes to bake them. Very tasty!

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*Z* September 25, 2006

We loved this chicken recipe. Even took the leftovers and made a great chicken salad. Thanks for a great recipe that works for my daughter who is hypoglycemic and can't have the fried chicken.

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Jellyqueen September 25, 2006
Stuffing-Coated Baked Chicken