Party Chicken

This recipe was given to me by a coworker years ago. I just remembered I had it and wanted to share it with everyone. It's very good and easy to make.

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  • Separate beef and place in a layer on the bottom of a greased 8 inch square pan.
  • Wrap bacon around chicken and lay on beef slices.
  • Pour soup and sour cream mixture over chicken.
  • Refrigerate overnight.
  • Bake at 350 for 2 hours.
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"This recipe was given to me by a coworker years ago. I just remembered I had it and wanted to share it with everyone. It's very good and easy to make."
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  1. HOOSIER D.
    We make ours in the Crock-Pot. We line the Crock-Pot with bacon then put the dried beef over bacon. Add chicken breasts and mushroom condensed soup over the top. Let cook for 3 or 4 hours. I add the sour cream at the end after cooling down a bit and then we serve it over rice. Easy meal!
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  2. Lady Eowyn
    I had high hopes for this recipe, having eaten a similar dish in the past. It wasn't bad, but I was disappointed. There was a layer of grease over the top of the dish from the bacon. The bacon on the bottom had a strange mushy texture. The dish as a whole was very salty.
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  3. jpknight22
    I know what you're thinking - this is totally the most bizarre combination of ingredients... Just force yourself to try it. My mom made this for years when I was growing up, and even as my tastes have expanded to new horizons, I still really enjoy this recipe. You don't have to refrigerate overnight, and as long as you have 2 hours to cook this meal, the prep is a piece of cake. Boneless/skinless breasts actually work great for this and don't dry out. After making this the first time, you're going to want to make it with more sauce (it's that good) - don't get crazy here, just make sure you add the appropriate ratios of dried beef, sour cream, and mushroom soup. Appropriately perfect for a crowd.
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  4. Dr Voodoo
    This is very close to a recipe that my mother frequently cooked. After she passed away, the recipe was lost. I believe the only difference is that she doubled the sour cream and soup (probably at my request) , it makes the best gravy! One of my favorites. Thanks for posting!
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  5. beccaskane
    It was a hit. I made it for a large party, tripled teh recipe and used chicken tenders instead of breasts (so everyone would be able to get a little). Not a bite was left and everyone asked me for the recipe, it was gobbled up. That is a hit if you ask me. Next time I'll use less bacon though, it was a bit greasy.
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