Chicken Stuffing Bake

Chicken Stuffing Bake created by Bobtail

This is a wonderful 1-dish meal that my kids just LOVE! It's so easy that I can make it as soon as I get home from work, and when it's done in the oven, the kids think they've had a wonderful home-cooked meal! Yum! (Oh, by the way, I PREFER to use the Campbell's Cream of Chicken Dijon soup, but I can't find it anymore in Indiana...)

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  • Mix contents of stuffing mix pouch and the 1-2/3 cups water. Set aside.
  • Place washed and dried chicken in a 2-quart casserole (or 13 x 9 inch baking dish). Sprinkle chicken with poultry seasoning, paprika, garlic powder, salt & pepper (for seasoning).
  • Mix soup, sour cream and milk. Pour mixture evenly over chicken.
  • Spoon stuffing mixture over the top, evenly.
  • Dot the top with little pieces of butter.
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes, or until the chicken is cooked through and the juices run clear.
  • YUM! :).
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"This is a wonderful 1-dish meal that my kids just LOVE! It's so easy that I can make it as soon as I get home from work, and when it's done in the oven, the kids think they've had a wonderful home-cooked meal! Yum! (Oh, by the way, I PREFER to use the Campbell's Cream of Chicken Dijon soup, but I can't find it anymore in Indiana...)"

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  1. Fblowenstein
    I saw this as an immediate must spruce up recipe as written. With pantry staples, and as much ease, it was a WINNER! I took this to a let's combine chicken and dressing with string bean casserole. Added my seasoning to both chicken and stuffing and soup. I prefer strong spices, think Cumin, crushed black pepper and a lot of toasted garlic. I only used 1 TBP butter (in the stuffing) Cooked in an 8x8 with only 4 thighs (boneless/skinless) Toasted onion rings between the cream of mushroom soup and stuffing layer. Sprayed Pam stuff over stuffing, uncovered. 375 for 45. I added string beans between the thighs of the chicken before loading sauce and stuffing. I look forward to the leftovers!
  2. cudles41
    I made this tonight and it was terrible! It was the goopiest messiest looking glop we have seen in a long while! Followed the recipe and had to cook for an hour but it went to the trash! My wife took one bite and told me to never make it again,she had a bowl of cereal for supper.
  3. Catbird
    Nice comfort food.
  4. Margaret Y.
    Can you use chicken thighs instead of breasts for this recipe and is the cooking time the same??
  5. dstone1221
    This tastes just like it's supposed to taste. Seasoned chicken in a sauce/gravy with bits of stuffing around it. It's not haute cuisine, and it really isn't a recipe. There's nothing to cook at all actually. Just mix some convenience foods into a pan and bake it. It reminds me of childhood and I make it maybe twice a year. It's more nostalgia than anything, but it does taste good when you have the craving for some basic comfort food. But don't let it fool you -- homemade stuffing and roast chicken is still way better.
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