Stuffing Chicken

So I'm surprised I've never posted this recipe before, since it is Jeremy's most favorite meal that his mom made growing up, and it has also become one of my faves too! And it's a great meal for when you have company over or need to bring a meal to someone. We usually serve it with Cashew-Rice Pilaf, which I've already posted the recipe to here.

4 boneless chicken breasts halves
4-6 slices of swiss cheese
1 can cream of chicken-mushroom soup
1/4 cup chicken stock
1 cup (or more!) of Stove Top stuffing mix
3-4 Tablespoons melted butter

1) Place chicken in 13x9" pan.
2) Top each breast with a slice of Swiss cheese.
3) Mix together the soup and chicken stock. Pour over chicken.
4) Then Sprinkle Stove Top stuffing Mix and drizzle with melted butter.
5) Bake, uncovered, for 50 minutes in a 350 degrees oven.

Served with Cashew-Rice Pilaf. And in a perfect world, I would have served with a veggie like grilled or steamed asparagus or something like that.

I'm guessing the reason I haven't posted this recipe yet, is because it's hard to get a pretty picture, because its very monochromatic. I debated whether to put up a picture, because it's not the best, but i hate recipes without pictures. so i'm putting it up anyways. :)


Shannon said...

I LOVE stuffing chicken!! Now you've inspired me to make it! And I LOVE cashew-rice pilaf. I know what's on this week's menu! :)

I love pictures with recipes too. Looks delish!!

The "O" Clan said...

Monochromatic? Ems, you're using such fancy words! Reminds me of Jessica...smarty pants!

Sarah said...

That looks gooo-oood. I usually hate making anything chicken because I hate having to cook it/touch it, but I like that you just put them in the dish and throw stuff on top and cook. Gonna put this on my menu!

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