Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"The down-home flavors of tender chicken and Pepperidge Farm® Stuffing are paired with a perfect sauce made with Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup and Cheddar cheese."
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butter or margarine
skinless, boneless chicken breasts
1 (6 ounce) box
Pepperidge Farm® One Step Stuffing Chicken Mix
1 (10.75 ounce) can
Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup or Campbell's® Condensed 98% Fat Free Cream of Mushroom Soup
shredded Cheddar cheese
this recipe is easy and tastes wonderful. use stove top dressing and cream of chicken instead of mushroom due to a mushroom allergy in my family.
Eh, nothing spectacular, but it's good and came together pretty easy. I left off the cheese though. It just seemed like a really weird addition to this recipie.
I use cream of chicken soup instead of mushroom. I also use chicken flavored stove top stuffing. Instead of leaving the breasts whole, I cut them up in cubes. I then season with lemon pepper, salt, and pepper to taste. While I am browning the chicken, at the end I add some chopped onion, and a bit of green, red, yellow, and orange peppers. I cook till my onions start to turn clear. My whole family loves it, including the kids. Not to runny for us at all.
Saved this recipe so my DH would have something quick and easy to make for dinner. He did sub sour cream for the milk and the gravy had a nice texture I think milk would have made the gravy to runny which is why I rated it 4 stars. The only issue here is that is so "package" (but that is really to be expected given the ingredients) tasting but other than that it was a nice hot dinner and he didn't spend a ton of time in the kitchen.
This was delicious, and very easy! I had leftover turkey so I used about 2 cups of cooked turkey instead, along with Stovetop stuffing and cream of celery soup. It's very filling and got rave reviews around the dinner table!
My family LOVES this recipe. It's so easy and very tasty.
i made a few modifications: i chopped up some portabella slices and added them to the butter before adding the chicken; i cut up the chicken into pieces to try to cut down on cooking time, but i don't think it made a difference; i used heavy cream and cream of chicken soup; and i omitted cheese. the result was creamy (not too liquidy), flavorful dish! not sure how often i'll make it since my kids don't trust anything that resembles a casserole, but i thought it was tasty!
This is excellent! My only variation was I used stoveTop stuffuing. My husband really enjoyed it. And its easy to make.
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