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Crock Pot Chicken Swiss Bake

This recipe was gotten "somewhere" off the internet and tweaked by me :). I've made this many times and it's one of those I always have the ingredients on hand, it's simple and everyone I've ever served it to loves it. Make a salad or some green beans in the microwave and dinner is SERVED!

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4hrs 5mins
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  • Place chicken breasts in crock pot and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  • Cover with swiss cheese.
  • Empty soups into bowl, but keep one of the soup cans.
  • Fill the empty soup can 3/4 full with the port wine and add milk for the last 1/4 to make one full can and add this to your soup mixture in the bowl. Mix well and pour on top of swiss cheese.
  • Top with DRY stuffing.
  • Slice butter into pats and place on top of stuffing.
  • Cover and let cook on LOW 4-6 hours.
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"This recipe was gotten "somewhere" off the internet and tweaked by me :). I've made this many times and it's one of those I always have the ingredients on hand, it's simple and everyone I've ever served it to loves it. Make a salad or some green beans in the microwave and dinner is SERVED!"
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  1. AustinCFos
    Use sherry wine and a little sour cream instead of milk
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  2. Bliss
    I have been making this for centuries, but in a regular oven. I tried this recipe in the crockpot, and the only change I made is that I used some wine I had (dry white). The chicken was done and the top was soft. I think from now on, this is the way I will be doing this recipe. Excellent, and I would guess if you were fixing this for children, maybe just using chicken brother rather than the wine would be just as good.
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  3. cookCol
    When I put my boneless breast in the crockpot they still had some ice crystals on them and I was afraid it would skew the cooking time, but 6 hours was perfect. The chicken cut with a fork easily. I would make this again in a heartbeat. I've already passed it along to a couple friends.
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  4. Jrunsalot
    I just had this during a luncheon It's the best... Thanks for posting.
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  5. Melanie Adrienne
    ABSOLUTELY AWESOME! My hubbie and I agreed this is one of the BEST recipes that ever came out of our crockpot :-) Would rate this 150 stars if we were able to!!
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