Monday, 23 January 2012

Carrie's Crunchy Chicken

For supper last night, I tried out a chicken recipe Carrie posted earlier this month.
It's incredibly straight forward:
Carrie's photo ~ I forgot to photograph it! ~

  • 1 lb. boneless skinless chicken breast
  • 6 slices of Swiss cheese
  • 1 can of cream of chicken soup (I used Heinz Cream of Chicken, but will try Campbell's next time)
  • 1 box of Stove-Top chicken stuffing (I used Paxo)
  • 1/2 cube butter (melted)
Method: 
  • Preheat oven to 350* F (180* C)
  • Cut chicken breasts into small pieces and spread evenly across the bottom of a large glass baking dish (I fried the chicken lightly first) 
  • On top of chicken, evenly spread out Swiss cheese slices so that the chicken is covered completely (may take more or less than 6 slices depending on the size pan you use).
  • On top of that, spread out a can of cream of chicken soup.
  • On top of that, evenly spread out the box of stuffing.
  • Drizzle melted butter on top of the stuffing.
  • Bake for about 30 minutes, until brown on top and chicken is cooked all the way through.
I served it with green salad.  The Brainy One enjoyed it, but suggested more seasoning and a stronger flavoured cheese.

3 comments:

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

Hey, that's fun that you tried out Carrie's recipe! :o) I wonder if the seasoning issue comes from using ingredients different from those we have in the US. The stuffing mix Carrie uses is always well seasoned without adding anything to the recipe. Hm... Anyway, I'm glad you tried it, and Carrie will be excited too. :o)

♥♥ Liz ♥♥ said...

That looks interesting. Did H eat it? If yes you may get it when you come to stay in April :0)

Carrie Rosalind said...

Aww yay! I'm glad you tried it!! That is strange that it wasn't seasoned right - I agree that maybe it's different overseas! And so easy to make, right?! ;)

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