Bistro Chicken

Simple but elegant cheesy and creamy chicken.

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  • Preheat oven to 350°F and coat an oblong baking dish with Pam.
  • Place the chicken in the baking dish and put a slice of cheese over each piece of chicken.
  • Mix the soup and wine together and then pour over chicken evenly.
  • Sprinkle the stuffing mix over top and then drizzle the melted butter on top of that!
  • Bake about 45-50 minutes till topping is golden and chicken is no longer pink!
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  1. pheasant farmer
    Didn't realize I hadn't rated this recipe yet- I have made this dish 6 or 7 times. It has become my husband's favorite - and it is easy to put together, yet results in a special dinner. I use a bit less butter and I also use cream of celery soup - just personal preference. This is a terrific recipe - thank you so very much for sharing.
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  2. Tucsonbrat
    I made this for dinner tonight and we both loved it. It was so easy to prepare and it was really tasty. Will definitely make it a "keeper"! I may substitute the mushroom soup for a Cream of Chicken next time.......
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  3. Tucsonbrat
    I made this for dinner tonight and we both loved it. It was so easy to prepare and it was really tasty. Will definitely make it a "keeper"! I may substitute the mushroom soup for a Cream of Chicken next time.......
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  4. brandywine1974
    I really liked the flavors of the sauce (rich and yummy) and how the stuffing came out (crunchy on top). I used stove top herb. My only problem (and it is completely a personal taste) is that I don't like thick chicken. Creeps me out for some reason. I plan on definitly making again but I will pound the chicken thinner. Hubby says it would be good made with pork chops too. Hmmmm. May try that. Thanks!!!
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  5. Chickadeecj
    AWESOME Chicken dish! My husband is in the military and he was just drooling as I took it out of the oven! I used chicken broth instead of wine as well and it turned out wonderful! My husband doesnt like stuffing, but he loved this! Great recipe, I will use it again and again!
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