Dutch Baked Chicken
- Ready In:
- 2hrs 10mins
- 16 pieces lightly salted boneless skinless chicken breasts
- 8 ounces swiss cheese, sliced
- 1 (10 3/4 ounce) can cream of celery soup
- 1 (10 3/4 ounce) can cream of chicken soup (both 98% fat free)
- 1⁄2 cup milk
- 1 cup crushed stove top chicken flavor stuffing mix
- In 9"x13" pyrex pan place chicken pieces and top with slices of cheese.
- Pour mixed soups and milk ingredients over the cheese.
- Sprinkle top with crushed stuffing mixture.
- Dot with butter.
- Bake@ 325 degrees F for 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
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I put this meal together and put my feet up. A great meal to do when the summer dog days are making you feel lazy. I did not use the fat-free soup as directed because I don't care for the texture of those soups. It was delicious. Not as healthy probably, but delicious. Thanks for sharing this keeper.
I thought this was very tasty.. My hubby initially objected to cooking chicken in soup, but afterwards he was commenting on how good it tasted. I didn't have the stuffing mix, so I used Panko breadcrumbs, which I seasoned up a little.. I also didn't get it to brown enough initially, so I had to crank up the heat towards the end for about 10 minutes.. I prepard this with the 2 serving version, and cooked it for 1 hour in a 9x9" Pyrex dish...
This recipe is so great because preparation time is less than 10 minutes and the entire family will love how it tastes! If you don't have the stuffing mix, try the 10 minute parboiled rice--a couple of bags, any flavors. Just increase the liquid 1/2 cup or so. Think creatively and don't worry about what creamed soups you have on hand--any that you like can be made to work. When you make it with the Stove Top stuffing mix it is a little salty for my tastes, but you can substitute herbed stuffing in a bag to get around this. Really a winning recipe that gets you out of the kitchen in 10 minutes--promise!
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I'm a Midwesterner, turned Northwesterner for 30 years and finally a Southwesterner. I retired in 1995 and have had time to enjoy, even more, the things I love, like cooking and entertaining special people in our home--family and good friends. Fortunately, my husband enjoys cooking too (one pot meals), so he relieves me a few times a month.