Recipe by Carolyn A. Burdette
"A delicious combination of chicken with Swiss cheese, seasoning and creamy goodness in one easy baked dish! Who could ask for more?!"
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skinless, boneless chicken breasts
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed cream of chicken soup
herb-seasoned stuffing mix
Quick and easy dinner...even easier when you use the crock pot. I spray the inside of the crock pot with PAM and layer the chicken breasts on the bottom, then layer the cheese on top of chicken, top with milk and soup mixture and then top with dry stuffing and pour melted butter over stuffing, cover and cook 3-4 hours, longer if using frozen chicken breasts. It seems as if the stuffing will be dry, but it is not...I had a friend who did not believe me and topped stuffing with more milk and soup mixture...very soupy...then she made it again without and very surprised...it was perfect.
Without reading everyone's reviews I made this exactly as written. I found many things that could be changed to make this a better dish; I would pound my breasts to make them a bit thinner, I would remove the breasts from the pan after cooking and wisk the juices and the soup together, and I would DEFINITELY add enough stuffing mix so that the ENTIRE top of the pan/chicken would be covered with chicken. These simply was not enough stuffing. Also perhaps adding some veggies (broccoli comes to mind) . All in all I don't think I'll make this again, and certainly not as written.
Good, easy and basic chicken casserole recipe. Per other reviews, I added half a bag of frozen chopped broccoli and used white wine instead of milk. There are similar recipes out there like this but this one is by far the easiest...and with ingrediants you always have around!
Unbelievably good. Per other reviewers suggestions, only made two changes. Used two cans of condensed cream of chicken WITH HERBS mixed with milk (not wine) for more flavor and one whole box of Stove Top (6 ounce) chicken flavor stuffing. Had sauteed mushrooms and shallots in the fridge from a previous meal and threw those in as well. Absolutely wonderful! Thanks Carolyn for a GREAT recipe. Definitely a keeper in my rotation!!!
My family and I loved this casserole. I added chopped broccoli to it and and chopped the chicken breasts into 1" chunks and it was delicious. My only complaint is everyone enjoyed so much of it that there were hardly any leftovers for another meal!
I love this recipe for fast and easy.Lots of ways to change it up.To fancy it up for company,my version is chicken tenders,sprinkled with granulated garlic and fresh cracked pepper,topped with provolone and I use the cream of chicken with herbs(this adds plenty of flavor)and top with chicken stove top.Yummy...taste just like something you would get at an amish restaurant.
This was very very good! I did make a few changes. 1st, I seasoned the chicken breasts with lemon pepper and garlic salt. I used shredded cheddar cheese and covered the chicken breast well. Regarding wine versus milk, I used both, half milk and half red cooking wine. I mixed 1 cup of hot water with the stuffing mix and the butter. Even my picky husband thought it was very good. Thanks for this keeper of a recipe :)
This dish is so simple and very good! I use the ingredients as listed but I find it simpler to melt the butter in a large bowl in the microwave, then toss together before adding to casserole. I have yet to meet anyone who does not enjoy this dish. Everyone will want the recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Swiss Chicken Casserole II
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 187
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