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Thursday, December 3, 2009

Chicken & Vegetable Stuffing Bake

This dish is great for a meal at home and is also perfect for potlucks. This holiday season you can make it the main course or serve it along side your ham and turkey. This is comfort food at it's best, and it's so delicious!

In addition to the weekly events I participate in, I'm sharing this recipe over at the Bloggy Progressive Dinner. Today Cooking During Stolen Moments is hosting main dishes. And I'm sharing it for Main Dish week over at Holiday Food Fest at Gluten-Free Easily. If you're visiting from there please let me know that you were here, so I can come and visit with you!


Recipe for Chicken & Vegetable Stuffing Bake:
Ingredients:

2 cans of chicken breast, drained (or 3 chicken breasts, shredded)
2 cans mixed vegetables, drained (you could also use frozen or fresh)
2 cans cream of chicken soup
1 6 oz. package of stuffing mix
1/2 stick butter
1/2-3/4 cup chicken broth or water (I use the broth drained from the canned chicken)


Directions: Pour soups into a 9x13 casserole dish. Drain the water from your vegetables. Then add vegetables to this dish with the soups. Drain broth from chicken. Set broth aside. Add chicken to the casserole dish. Mix the vegetables, chicken, and soups together, spreading the mixture evenly throughout the casserole dish. In separate bowl mix together the stuffing mix, melted butter, and chicken broth. Spread stuffing mix on top of soup mixture. Cover and bake at 350 for about 20-25 minutes.

Tips & Suggestions:

-When I make this at home, I usually cut the recipe in half, and I bake it in an 8X8 dish. So if you have a small family, or if you just need a little something to take to an event, you may want to use half the recipe.

-Last time I made this, I also added rice to the soup mixture, just to make it a little more filling. If you choose to add rice, you'll need about 1 cup for the full recipe and 1/2 for the half recipe. Also, adjust your cooking time to about an hour OR cook your rice on the stove top before making the casserole.





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-Jerri







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