Creamy Chicken and Stove-Top Stuffing Casserole

"This recipe is the ultimate comfort food when paired with buttery mashed potatoes, corn or green beans, and hot rolls. Wash it all down with a tall icy cold glass of milk!"
 
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Ready In:
1hr
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
5
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ingredients

  • 5 -6 boneless chicken breasts
  • 1 (10 3/4 ounce) can cream of chicken soup
  • 1 (10 3/4 ounce) can cream of celery soup
  • 2 (12 ounce) boxes of stove top chicken flavor stuffing mix
  • 1 cup milk
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directions

  • Oven@ 350.
  • Cook chicken and cut into bite sized pieces.
  • Place into a casserole dish.
  • Prepare Stove Top according to directions.
  • Heat both cans of soup with the milk in a saucepan until hot.
  • Pour over chicken.
  • Spoon stuffing over top of chicken and soup.
  • Bake for 30-45 minutes or until bubbly.

Questions & Replies

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  1.  Brandi t.
    Should i cover or uncover while baking? I went ahead and covered for 20 minutes and removed for remaining time. Just looking for the best suggestion
     
  2. Jig_Of_Life
    What are the dimensions of the dish used to bake this in?
     
  3. Ameesa W.
    It says to cook chicken. What do you season with?
     
  4. kreynolds0647
    How can long grain wild rice or white rice be incorporated into the recipe?
     
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Reviews

  1. ericaj
    This is a family favorite and comfort food at our house. The only difference between this and my grandmother's recipe is that we sprinkle some poultry seasoning in with the soups and reduce the milk to only a cup. We cook the chicken in chicken broth and use that same water to cook the Stove Top. My kids (5 and 2) don't usually try casseroles...they prefer all food seperated but they both ask for this.
     
  2. EmmyLynn
    I don't know what went wrong here, but the stuffing came out hard and didn't cover the entire surface. Overall I thought it was kind of blah, but my kids liked it. Super easy recipe though.
     
  3. Ivansocal
    this casserole couldnt have been easier to make and so delicious! it tastes like thanksgiving dinner with the stuffing on top. Im adding this to our weeknight dinner rotation.
     
  4. Deborah B.
    I have been making this recipe for many years. I now substitute chicken broth for the milk. Saving a lot of calories. For a little extra flavor and texture I saute celery and onion about 1/2 cup of each. My family likes it served with cranberry sauce on the side. Great dish !
     
  5. Justin F.
    I made this recipe exactly as directed. However I replaced the cream of mushroom with Campbell's cheddar cheese. Also, I melted kerrygolds herb & garlic butter and put it all over the stove top stuffing before I put it in. Omg my husband was so happy with it he put the hot pan on my naked body and ate it off me today was a good day.
     
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Tweaks

  1.  Brandi t.
    I substituted one third cup of sour cream for milk. As well as adding peas or green beans at times. Having the veegies mixed in as opposed to the side ensures my picky eaters get their veggies.
     
  2. Joann Y.
    This was delicious. I switched out the milk with chicken broth. I also saute onions and celery and a little of pork sausage and added it to my stuffing. It really added flavor. Makes a lot so if it is for 4 or less i would make only half.
     
  3. Birdy Boyz C.
    My mom would always find a recipe like this on the back of the Stove Top stuffing box. She would cook up a whole chicken, then take the meat off and put it in this recipe. My Dad and brother take the left over Turkey from Thanksgiving, and use Turkey Stuffing instead. I added my personal tweak by adding a Tablespoon-1/4 cup of Cream cheese. I thought it'd be a cool touch if it's turkey. The family loved it.
     
  4. Deborah B.
    I have been making this recipe for many years. I now substitute chicken broth for the milk. Saving a lot of calories. For a little extra flavor and texture I saute celery and onion about 1/2 cup of each. My family likes it served with cranberry sauce on the side. Great dish !
     
  5. Justin F.
    I made this recipe exactly as directed. However I replaced the cream of mushroom with Campbell's cheddar cheese. Also, I melted kerrygolds herb and garlic butter and put it all over the stove top stuffing before I put it in. Omg my husband was so happy with it he put the hot pan on my naked body and ate it off me today was a good day.
     

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I am a newlywed living in beautiful Virginia with my husband and 3 doggies. I'm a little on the hyper side and I am happiest playing hostess and cooking for a crowd! My kitchen is my domain and I find cooking to be very therapeutic. On a day off you might find me brewing a fresh pot of iced tea and hanging out in the kitchen either cleaning and organizing or tinkering with recipes! I rarely follow favorite recipes to a "T", preferring instead to allow my creative side to take over. I especially love the holidays because it gives me even more of an excuse to bake! In the summertime I love visiting my mom and stepdad in the VA Beach area. I love the ocean and I love to go shopping with my mom!
 
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