Cranberry Chicken

"My Mom found this recipe online. It sounds gross but tastes AMAZING and only a few ingredients!!"
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Ready In:
8hrs 45mins




  • Place chicken breasts in a glass or other non-reactive casserole dish.
  • In a mixing bowl, combine the soup mix, cranberry sauce, and dressing.
  • Pour over the chicken breasts. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 8 hours.
  • Cover loosely with foil. Bake at 350 F and bake for 45 min, or until done.

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  1. My friend made this for me last night so I searched for the recipe on the net. This sounds a lot like the one that she made but she did it a little differently. She said you could use Catalina or French dressing. My son loves Catalina so she used that one. She also put in a splash of white zinfandel to the sauce. It was so yummy! All three of my kids loved it and that is a hard thing to do. I can usually only please two out of three of them! It was such a pretty dish, she served it with mashed potatoes and the sauce was so good on the potatoes. I would serve this for company any time.
  2. I cut this in half since there's just 2 of us so we had alot of sauce to use up. Which was a good thing because it was delicious! I served it with brown rice that I had baked and it turned out great! Made for PAC Spring 2011.


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